We've published over 100 American History Books since 1990, all
based upon Unpublished First-Person Accounts of Significant
Events in America's history -- There's a Hero in every book
These all come from letters, diaries, journals, memoirs, and
interviews; which are received from the men, women, and children
who were there -- experiencing our history -- long before we
were alive. If you don't read our American History Books, you
won't be able read their accounts.
Each of these people are truly a national treasure, and each
book provides a unique look at our history from their point of
view. Every book has 150 to 250 photographs, one-third of which
have never been published. Yet if you don't read our American
History Books, you can't see these anywhere else.
Books That Change American History, present unread accounts of
mysteries, disasters, and significant events. Imagine postcards
from a survivor of the 1906 earthquake who wrote for
Two Weeks in San Francisco,
the diary of a Japanese soldier written while the Marines are
or Letters From the
Field by a US
Lieutenant at the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
These events include American migrations, social issues, and
stories from our wars. Think of a journal by a man during the
Occupation of West Virginia,
a memoir of a First Radio Officer during the
Legends of the Flying
Clippers, or the
story of an airman who was instrumental of the
Discovery of Flight 19
in the Bermuda triangle.
Then there are thousands of photographs taken by our American
heroes: a Nurse in
the Aftermath of
World War I, a Jazz band manager during
30 Days With Nat King Cole,
or a nature photographer during
A Century in Yellowstone.
We Americans need to know that George Armstrong Custer was a
pawn, that Amelia Earhart was a decoy, and that the American
Civil War was fought over money. This is the material found
within the pages of our American History Books.
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