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
Revolutionary summer: the birth of American independence / llis, Joseph J.
E208 .E48 2013
America's public lands: from Yellowstone to Smokey Bear and beyond / Wilson, Randall K.
HD216 .W48 2014
A people's history of the French Revolution / Hazan, Éric
DC148 .H2913 2014
Boston and the dawn of American independence / Deming, Brian
F73.4 .D46 2013
Trail sisters: freedwomen in Indian Territory, 1850-1890 / Reese, Linda Williams
E98 .R28 R44 2013
On a great battlefield: the making, management, and memory of Gettysburg National
Military Park, 1933-2013
E475.56 .M87 2014
How Paris became Paris: the invention of the modern city / DeJean, Joan E.
DC729 .D39 2014
Hallowed ground: a walk at Gettysburg / McPherson, James M.
E475.56 .M43 2003
Citizen explorer: the life of Zebulon Pike / Orsi, Jared,
F592 .P653 O77 2014
American carnage: Wounded Knee, 1890 / Greene, Jerome A.
E83.89 .G74 2014
North American odyssey: historical geographies for the twenty-first century / Colten, Craig E.
E40.5 .N726 2014
Merchants of Independence: international trade on the Santa Fe Trail, 1827-1860 /
O'Brien, William Patrick
HF3163 .I39 O27 2014
Writing local history today: a guide to researching, publishing, and marketing your book /
Mason, Thomas A.
D13 .M326 2013
Railroad radicals in Cold War Mexico: gender, class, and memory / Alegre, Robert F.
HD6534 .R1 A44 2013
Royal cities of the ancient Maya / Coe, Michael D.
F1435.3 .A6 C64 2012