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Bloody history of America : revolution, race and war / Kieron Connolly.

Connolly, Kieron, (author.).

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Ligonier PL - Ligonier 973 C (Text) 73571200141648 Main Floor Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781782744979
  • Physical Description: 224 pages : color illustrations, maps ; 25 cm.
  • Publisher: London : Amber Books 2017.
Subject: History > United States.

  • Casemate Publishing
    America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.' – Abraham Lincoln Is the story of the United States that of George Washington, John Adams and Barack Obama? Or of slave rebel Nat Turner, of Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King? Or Sitting Bull and Al Capone? Or Marilyn Monroe, James Dean and OJ Simpson? Of course, it is the story of all these, of both civil war and world war, of gold rush and dust bowl, of the Pilgrim Fathers and religious cults, of Prohibition and the Mafia, of the Salem Witch Trials and the McCarthy-era witch-hunts. From the Iroquois and early European settlers to the Revolutionary War and Civil War, from slavery to segregation, from the frontier to the Reservations, "Bloody History of America" is a chronological examination of the United States through politics, labor, big business, crime and culture. Featuring such varied characters as Thomas Jefferson and John Brown, Bugsy Siegel and J P Morgan, Calamity Jane, Chuck Berry and Bonnie & Clyde, it tells the story of the first ‘new nation’, the first major colony to revolt successfully against colonial rule, and how it became the world’s most powerful country. Extensively researched and illustrated with 180 color and black-&-white artworks and illustrations, Bloody History of America is a lively and fascinating account of the darker side of the story of the United States.

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