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Theodore Roosevelt for the Defense The Courtroom Battle to Save His Legacy

Theodore Roosevelt for the Defense The Courtroom Battle to Save His Legacy by Dan Abrams & Davis Fisher by Guest Writer: John Sposato

Women in the Struggle for American’s Independence by Carol Berkin

The Onondaga Historical Association, OHA, does more than house great archives, tailor well thought-out exhibits and sell a variety of Onondaga County

Time and Again by Jack Finney, published: 1970

As a rule, I don’t like to review a book until I’ve finished it. It seems like cheating, somehow, and more to

Camp Austen My Life as an Accidental Jane Austen Superfan

Camp Austen My Life as an Accidental Jane Austen Superfan by Ted Scheinman Plus: Janeites vs. Bontë Fans et al

The Unanimous Champions of College Football, 1869-2019 by Robert J. Reid

More than once, wandering through this incredibly rich volume, I paused, looked up, and thought: “He’s actually writing this in a way

2006: The Chautauqua Rising

It probably goes without saying that my home is filled with books. Books I’ve read dozens of times, books I’ve started and stopped

Born to Ride the Morning Star by Dusty Rhoades Heer

It’s a particular joy to me to read and review a book by a local writer – if for no other reason than