By Randal Gravelle
By Ronald P. Verdicchio
By S. E. Schlosser,Paul Hoffman
New Jersey folklore traditions are saved alive in those professional retellings through grasp storyteller S. E. Schlosser and in artist Paul Hoffman's evocative illustrations. you will meet ghosts and witches, pay attention issues that cross bump within the evening, and consider an icy wind at the again of your neck on a hot summer season night. no matter if learn round the campfire on a depressing and stormy evening or from the backseat of the kin van with the intention to grandma's, this can be a assortment to treasure.
By Elizabeth Schroeder Schlabach
By Davenport,Frances Gardiner
By Chris Epting,Richard Reinbolt,Dean O. Torrence
By A. J. BROWN
I by no means forgot that have. We subsequent went to Sunday university and church and that i take into accout the entire adults have been chatting with one another in low tones with surprised seems on their faces.
By James Robert Allison
James Allison makes a huge contribution to ethnic, environmental, and effort reports with this special exploration of the effect of America’s indigenous peoples on power coverage and improvement. Allison’s attention-grabbing background records how yes federally supported, frequently environmentally harmful, power tasks have been perceived by means of American Indians as possibly disruptive to indigenous lifeways. those perceived threats sparked a pan-tribal resistance flow that finally elevated local American autonomy over reservation lands and enabled an extraordinary increase in tribal entrepreneurship. while, the writer demonstrates how this flow generated nice controversy inside local American groups, inspiring severe debates over culturally actual types of indigenous governance and the right kind administration of tribal lands.
By Harry L. Watson,Marcie Cohen Ferris
For these people who have debated mayonnaise model, hushpuppy condiment, or barbeque style—including, in a few quarters, no matter if the latter is a noun or a verb (bless your heart)—we current the following a set equivalent to our passions.
Culled from our greatest meals writing, 2008–2014, this specified quantity serves up tomatoes, turtles, molasses, mom Corn and the Dixie Pig, bourbon, gravy, tarts, jams, jellies, pickles, and chocolate pie. Dig in! And remain tuned for extra "best of" collections to come.
By Bert J. Hubinger
Sailors’ rights? Hah! US nationwide catastrophe LOOMS AND desire DIMS:
August 24, 1814: Nathan Jeffries, Joshua Barney, and different patriots get mauled on the conflict of Bladensburg. They name it “the Bladensburg races.”
Washington City--Most citizens flee prior to the British improve. yet a Quaker farm woman who grew to become America’s first “First Lady,” Dolley Madison, is still at the back of to avoid wasting Gilbert Stuart’s portrait of George Washington and different treasures from the President’s Mansion. An hour later, the British ransack and raze the Mansion and the remainder of the united states capital.
September eleven, 1814: separate and overwhelming British attack forces arrange to attack!
Fort McHenry, Maryland—not a lot probability Nathan can live on this time, after one other struggle to the demise, on Chesapeake Bay.
Plattsburg Bay, New York--Thomas Macdonough’s small US Naval squadron, with Peter Hughes, Catherine Charles, and Taima, are all that stand within the means of a war-winning British victory, on Lake Champlain.
September 14, 1814: The destiny of the U.S. has been decided.
The Bicentennial Trilogy: 1812: Rights of Passage, 1813: Reprisal, 1814: Raze of Glory