“The British Are Coming is history written in a grand style and manner. It leaves one anxiously awaiting the next two volumes.”
“McCullough tells the story of these pioneer heroes in his characteristic narrative manner, which, as in his other books, combines eloquence, erudition, vividness, and remarkable insight.
“a cautionary tale of ambition, service, and the passing down of the mantel of public service from father to son . . .”
“One fascinating aspect of Ronald’s text is that it is written from the British perspective, rarely the case in literature about the American Revolutionary War.”
"Frontier Rebels makes for a good read, a lost bit of American history in a greater colonial epic in need of telling."
Some of the names of the 56 signers—our Founding Fathers—of the Declaration of Independence are well known.
It is unfortunate and even tragic in today's society that our history is so largely unknown, mostly untaught and unlearned.
“For anyone who enjoys reading about American history, this book is most enjoyable, informative, and belongs on the library shelf.”
Biographer James Thomas Flexner has called George Washington the “indispensable man” of the American Revolution.
It is always gratifying to learn history you don’t know.
John Avlon calls George Washington’s Farewell Address “the most famous American speech you’ve never read.” His new book, Washington’s Farewell, explores the history, intellectual formation
The history of the American Revolution has been told many times in many places.
The Remarkable Rise of Eliza Jumel: A Story of Marriage and Money in the Early Republic by Margaret A.
“makes a definite contribution to understanding religious liberty . . . and the thinking of our Founding Fathers on the role of religion and politics . . .”
“Reading An Empire on the Edge is a reminder that there is more to a story than what the media publishes.”
“Mr. Morgan has produced a volume that is a must for any Civil War buff visiting or living in New York City.”