Rivers, Lost Cities and Caves

The River of DoubtCandice MillardAfter his U.S. Presidential defeat in 1912, Theodore Roosevelt wasn’t about to sit still.  For his next phase in his life, he opted to travel down a tributary The Amazon River; one that was uncharted.  Facing danger and imminent death at every turn, Roosevelt accomplished a goal that many thought was […]

Last of the President’s Men

Last of the President’s MenBob Woodward History is one of my favorite non fiction genres, especially recent history. History that happened in my lifetime. Because I read it and can recall that it occurred. One of my favorite times to read about is President Nixon’s time in office.All the President’s Men And now to come […]

History Hodgepodge

The first two books today were recommendations while I attended Southern Connecticut State University. I minored in History while attending SCSU.  Admiral… was recommended by my World History professor because as we developed a friendship outside of school he began to understand how interested I really was in history My Connecticut History Professor,  Dr Jon […]

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