American Memory Project
The American Memory Project provides free and open access to a digital record of American history and creativity through spoken words, sound recordings, still and moving images, prints, maps, and sheet music to chronicle historical events, people, places, and ideas that continue to shape America
New Material In History
Women in the military orders of the crusades / Bom, Myra M.
CR4725 .B66 2012
Historiography: An Introductory Guide / Cheng, Eileen K.
D13.5 .U6 C48 2012
Histories of nations: how their identities were forged / Furtado, Peter
D20 .H578 2012
The birth of the West: Rome, Germany, France, and the creation of Europe in the tenth
century / Collins, Paul
D123 .C65 2013
Furies: war in Europe, 1450-1700 / Martines, Lauro
D214 .M37 2013
Unfinished empire: the global expansion of Britain / Darwin, John
DA16 .D34 2013
William: king and conqueror / Hagger, Mark S.
DA197 .H34 2012
Spartacus / Schiavone, Aldo
DG258.5 .S3513 2013
From Rome to Byzantium AD 363 to 565: the transformation of ancient Rome / Lee, A. D.
DG311 .L44 2013
The glorious cause: the American Revolution, 1763-1789 / Middlekauff, Robert
E208 .M49 2005
American Zion : the Old Testament as a political text from the Revolution to the Civil War /
E302.1 .S525 2013
The republic in crisis, 1848-1861 / Ashworth, John
E415.7 .A75 2012
Mapping Virginia: from the age of exploration to the Civil War / Wooldridge, William C
GA455 .W55 2012
Geography and memory: explorations in identity, place and becoming / Jones, Owain
GF3 .G44 2012
Intellectuals and the American presidency: philosophers, jesters, or technicians? / Troy, Tevi
JK521 .T76 2002
Writing medieval women's lives / Goldy, Charlotte Newman
PN682 .W6 W75 2012
The Oxford handbook of warfare in the classical world / Campbell, J. B.
U29 .O93 2013