The Culper Ring: The Revolutionary Spies Who Helped Win the War

    George Washington relied on the secretive spy ring to win the American Revolution.

    by Robert Walsh

    10 Revealing Revolutionary War Books 

    These riveting reads offer fresh insight into America's fight for independence.

    by Matthew Thompson

    That Time the Royal Navy Burned an American City to the Ground

    The fiery attack nearly burned the town to the ground—and stoked the flames of American rebellion.

    by Logan Nye, We Are the Mighty

    Portraits in History: The Best David McCullough Books

    Rediscover America through McCullough's most beloved works.

    by Dave Adams

    9 Remarkable Books About the Great Depression

    Fascinating stories of courage, corruption, and change emerged from the darkest period of the 20th century.

    by Olivia Mason

    James Wilkinson: The Man Who Double-Crossed the Founders of America

    The notorious statesman's ability to get out of tight pinches while benefitting himself is beyond compare.

    by Robert Walsh

    Lysander Spooner: The Man Who Took on the U.S. Postal Service—and Won

    The American Mail Company successfully forced the U.S. Post to bring down its postal rates.

    by Carla Charter

    Ulysses S. Grant: The Man Who Secured the Union’s Victory in the Civil War

    Grant Moves South explores the legendary general’s pivotal successes and military strategies.

    by Allison Wild

    10 Dramatic Battles in American History

    From the Battle of Gettysburg to the Second Battle of Fallujah, these conflicts will never be forgotten. 

    by Shannon Corbeil, We Are the Mighty

    7 of the Best American History Books

    Celebrate the red, white, and blue by remembering the history of those who came before us. 

    by Stephen Lovely

    Discover Emma Goldman's Life of Anarchy in To the Barricades

    Goldman was a revolutionary from the start – but her life ended in exile.

    by Shannon Raphael

    The Dawn's Early Light: Francis Scott Key and the Birth of “The Star-Spangled Banner”

    As the Battle of Baltimore drew to a close, an American flag was raised—and the national anthem was born.

    by Allison Wild

    George Washington Was Nearly Impossible to Kill

    Diseases, brutal weather, and enemy fire all failed to take him down.

    by Blake Stilwell, We Are the Mighty

    An Essential Voice from the Sixties: Remembering Richard N. Goodwin

    The speechwriter and top presidential adviser was a driving political force during one of America's most turbulent eras. 

    by Matthew Thompson

    10 Books About the Kennedys

    Get an inside look at the family America will never stop talking about.

    by Olivia Mason

    12 Baseball Books to Ring in the New Season

    Step up to the plate, and learn the history of America's favorite pastime.

    by Stephen Lovely

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