Going Up the Country is part oral history, part nostalgia-tinged narrative, and part clear-eyed analysis of the multifaceted phenomena collectively referred to as the counterculture movement in Vermont.
Co-published by The Vermont Fish & Widlife Department, The Nature Conservancy, and Vermont Land Trust--a revised and updated 2nd edition
Nina Sankovitch’s American Rebels explores, for the first time, the intertwined lives of the Hancock, Quincy, and Adams families, and the role each person played in sparking the American Revolution.
A dramatic untold ‘people’s history’ of the storied event that helped trigger the American Revolution
The story of the Boston Massacre—when on a late winter evening in 1770, British soldiers shot five local men to death—is familiar to generations.$32.00ISBN: 9781632869241Availability: Click Title for IN STOCK LocationPublished: Bloomsbury Publishing - November 5th, 2019
Ahead of the 400th anniversary of the first Thanksgiving, a new look at the Plymouth colony's founding events, told for the first time with Wampanoag people at the heart of the story.$30.00ISBN: 9781541672666Availability: Coming Soon - Available for Pre-Order NowPublished: Basic Books - March 24th, 2020A "richly detailed" portrait of the three men whose lives were forever changed by WWI-era Boston (Michael S. Neiberg): baseball star Babe Ruth, symphony conductor Karl Muck, and Harvard Law student Charles Whittlesey.$24.95ISBN: 9781493043484Availability: Click Title for IN STOCK LocationPublished: Globe Pequot Press - December 17th, 2019
At the 400th anniversary of the pilgrims' arrival (1620-2020), it's time to look back, commemorate, and reflect on what New England has meant to its people, and to the world. New England at 400: From Plymouth Rock to Present Day describes how every generation of immigrants and natives, Puritans and patriots, has defined this land anew.$30.00ISBN: 9780300230109Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 DaysPublished: Yale University Press - November 26th, 2019A new look at Thomas Morton, his controversial colonial philosophy, and his lengthy feud with the Puritans
Adding new depth to our understanding of early New England society, this riveting account of Thomas Morton explores the tensions that arose from competing colonial visions.$22.99ISBN: 9781634991988Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 DaysPublished: America Through Time - December 9th, 2019
Follow the author as he explores the once bustling stagecoach routes and turnpikes that crisscrossed communities throughout New England.$19.95ISBN: 9781608936847Availability: Coming Soon - Available for Pre-Order NowPublished: Down East Books - February 1st, 2020
In 1964 three cousins tapped three thousand sugar maples deep in the Maine woods. They called themselves Jackson Mountain Maple Farm. Boiling Off is the story of making Maine maple syrup commercially in Temple, Maine, for fifty-some years, and how a thirty-year technology revolution beginning in the 1980s changed the face of Maine sugaring forever.$28.00ISBN: 9781493046379Availability: Coming Soon - Available for Pre-Order NowPublished: Lyons Press - March 1st, 2020
Boston writer Michael Connolly captures the magic of American's return to normalcy after World War II in this intimate portrait of a city and the baseball team it loves. Fenway 1946 celebrates the city and the team and the spirit of that wonderful 1946 season in Boston--a season, as usual the broke fans' hearts--as America returned to return to peacetime pastimes.