Non-Fiction - Historical

Harlem Bible

In The Beginning
By Grant Harper Reid

In the spirit of James Baldwin’s The Fire Next Time, Grant Harper Reid’s Harlem Bible: In the Beginning is a memorable offering that helps readers rediscover the soul and spirit of black culture in Harlem. In this spellbinding autobiography, the author relives wonderful and touching...

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Hitch Your Wagon to a Star

By Terri W. Majors

Hitch Your Wagon to a Star by Terri W. Majors is a beautiful and compelling biography, set against the backdrop of the turbulent years of the 1920s, a period that witnessed the rising oil market, the Great Depression, the aftermath of the First World War,...

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Hidden History

An Exposé of Modern Crimes, Conspiracies, and Cover-Ups in American Politics
By Donald Jeffries

Hidden History by Donald Jeffries is an in-depth analysis of the major events that have shaped the course of the United States for the last fifty years. Beginning with the JFK assassination, Donald has critically analyzed every US event of national significance. Included are analyses...

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Hello, Wigwam

By L. John Lawrence

Hello, Wigwam by L. John Lawrence is a wonderfully told story about Bert Costas, a biracial American teen who gets sent to Vietnam on a writing assignment, amidst war, and experiences much more than he bargained for. Written through the innocent eyes of Bert,...

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Hazelet's Journal

A Riveting Alaska Gold Rush Saga
By J. H. Clark

Hazelet's Journal: A Riveting Alaska Gold Rush Saga is more than the adventure of one man; it is the adventure of a nation seeking something bigger and more than themselves, of people who were willing and able to try to make a new path. The...

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Home Sweet Hardwood

A Title IX Trailblazer Breaks Barriers Through Basketball
By Pat McKinzie-Lechault

Battling to make women’s basketball what it has become today was not an easy journey and Pat McKinzie’s story, Home Sweet Hardwood: A Title IX Trailblazer Breaks Barriers Through Basketball, shows exactly how difficult it was. From early in life, Pat was more comfortable running,...

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Hidden in Plain Sight

The Other People in Norman Rockwell's America
By Jane Allen Petrick

In Hidden in Plain Sight: The Other People in Norman Rockwell's America, author Jane Allen Petrick tells the story of the Rockwell models who were people of color. She also brings to life a Norman Rockwell that the vast majority of people never knew --...

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How Did Tea and Taxes Spark a Revolution?

And Other Questions about the Boston Tea Party
By Linda Gondosch

This book appealed to me because sadly we weren’t taught much about history in school. Either that, or I am so old now that I have already forgotten it all. This book was a wonderful, fun, informative source for children (and adults) to learn more...

Hatteras Island

Keeper of the Outer Banks
By Ray McAllister

I may not have been born and raised in North Carolina; but I have lived in this state for almost four years, and I love everything about it. In Hatteras Island, Keeper of the Outer Banks, Ray McAllister gives the reader an interesting and thorough...

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