From the earliest colonial days to the American revolution and on through the civil war and war for civil rights, we offer a selection of the finest collectible books on American history.
Since it's founding, the United States of America has occupied a space in both the physical world and the imagination.
We can trace our own histories to these beginnings. The Ancient Greeks and Romans, Biblical History, civilizations both East and West.
As distinctly British as Spotted Dick. These works will amuse the fanciers of all things English.
The period before the U.S. Civil War is perhaps the last hurrah of southern aristocratic culture, and material from this time period is highly sought after and often rather scarce.
Unearth some of the finest antiquarian and old books on archaeology here, from Ancient Egypt to the Mayan ruins to the Holy Land, we excavate the finest copies here ...
From Japan to China, India to Russia, North and South Korea, and beyond: the largest continent has a legacy and history reaching back to some of our earliest civilizations.
From the mysteries of the Orient of long ago traveler's tales to the depictions of the modern definer of global tastes and trends.
The unique history, idioms, flora and fauna that comprise Australia. This country is a continent onto itself and these books seek to describe that space.
From the Venerable Bede to Churchill's History of the English Speaking People. The history of Britain holds special meaning to much of the world.
The French most famously colonized Canada, but the Spanish also laid claim to this part of the New World. Canada's history is a rich and varied tapestry of tradition.
Canada is the world's second largest nation by area. The history and culture of Canada are as varied as the provinces that stretch from the American border to the Arctic Circle.
The repercussions of the American Civil War have resounded in our culture and our imaginations, in the United States, and around the world.
Greek and Latin cultural history has shaped much of the modern world. Get your toga-clad, laurel-topped wisdom herein.
European history is as broad and deep as the cultures it describes and this offers a catch-all category for those works that defy categorization.
Accounts of conflicts and armament involving the nations of Europe both current and historic.
Collectible books by and about the history of France from the early days of Gaul and Roman occupation through the revolution and Napoleonic period to modern day.
History is a broad topic encompassing countless individual disciplines, too many for us to categorize completely, so here's what doesn't fit in the specific subcategories.
From the end of the Prussian Empire past the fall of the Berlin Wall and the reunification of the German nations, German history has informed the world.
The ancient Celts left little in the way of written history, but the Gaelic revival has helped pick up where the ancients left off.
There are few who would contest the enduring popularity of books on military history among collectors. From academic histories to field officer training manuals, we have marshalled the best of the best.
Europe's emergence from the Middle Ages to the Modern era began in Italy in the 14th Century, leaving an indelible legacy of art, philosophy, literature and science from Boccacio to Caravagio.
Russia's history is not a simple narrative. The Tsarist Empire gave way to decades of Communism and the rise of the Soviet Empire. Russian history is still an evolving story today.
The history of the western U.S. and it's earliest settlement is rich with books and ephemera that engage and explore the deep human interest in frontiersmanship.
The same war that cost an estimated 17 million lives produced the sublime poetry of Sigfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen.
Sometimes described as "the last good war," it's outcome redrew maps and changed the world forever. From the many perspectives of nations that fought come this collection of works.