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Unwanted
A Murder Mystery of the Gilded Age
Andrew Young

In 1896, near Cincinnati, Ohio, a young woman’s headless body was found in a field. The discovery became a national sensation as detectives scrambled to identify the woman and find her killer. The result is a riveting true-crime story that touches upon the “unwanted” elements of American society.

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Now in Paperback, the Best Historical Guide to America’s First World Heritage City
Independence
A Guide to Historic Philadelphia
George W. Boudreau
“If you want to get acquainted with Colonial Philadelphia, Boudreau has arranged an introduction . . . . Copiously illustrated and fascinating.” —Philadelphia Inquirer

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Ohio
A Military History
Michael Mangus

Part of the Westholme State Military History Series, a reference to the Buckeye State, from colonial times to the War on Terror.

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The Confederacy at Flood Tide
The Political and Military Ascension, June to December 1862
Philip Leigh

“A must read for anyone looking for a deeper understanding of when the South could, for just a moment, see the possibility of victory.” —Clay Risen, New York Times

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A Journal of the American Revolution Book
Grand Forage 1778
The Battleground Around New York City
Todd W. Braisted

The complete story of the British surprise attack to support their invasion of the South.

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A Journal of the American Revolution Book
The Road to Concord
How Four Stolen Cannon Ignited the Revolutionary War
J. L. Bell

“In this well-researched narrative, an interesting twist on the usual account of the British march to Concord.” —Patrick M. Leehey, Research Director, Paul Revere House

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