Founding Father Jefferson and his slave James Hemings go to France and bring back new culinary delights.
A riveting memoir of more than six decades as a news reporter.
The country woke up to a shock on October 16, 1901 upon the news that President Theodore Roosevelt had invited Booker T. Washington to have dinner with the First Family.
Aaron Burr's correspondence serves as primary source of portrait of enigmatic historical figure.
Nadja Baer's adaptation of the United States Constitution features the complete original text of the supreme law of these United States, and is packed with full-color illustrations.
Can the Hunger Games fight global hunger like the Rose Bowl films did?
Goodheart cogently chronicles the political machinations leading to the election of Lincoln, the secession of the Southern states, and the start of the Civil War.
Losing the 1912 elections, the humiliated Theodore Roosevelt sets his sites on a punishing physical excursion.
Cruel Curse is a haunting tale about a wrongly accused Civil War soldier.
An outstanding account of the 1962 Seattle World's Fair, and the legacy it left behind.