Recommended Reading

Burke Davis’s, “The Civil War: Strange & Fascinating Facts”.

Charles E. Fager’s, “Selma 1965: The March That Changed The South”.

Coretta Scott King’s, “The Words Of Martin Luther King, Jr.”

Douglas W. Bostick’s, “Memorializing Robert E. Lee: The Story Of Lee Chapel”.

Daniel J. Flynn’s, “Cult City: Jim Jones, Harvey Milk, And The 10 Days that Shook San Francisco”.

David M. Wyman’s, “Backroads Of Northern California”.

George Perry’s, “San Francisco In The Sixties”.

H. Jackson Knight’s, “Confederate Invention: The Story Of The Confederate States Patent Office And Its Inventors”.

Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston’s and James D. Houston’s, “Farewell To Manzanar”.

Jimmie Schneider’s, “Quicksilver: The Complete History Of Santa Clara’s New Almaden Mine”.

John Blake’s, “Children Of The Movement: The Sons And Daughters Of Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcom X, Elijah Mohammed, George Wallace, Andrew Young, Julian Bond, Stokey Carmichael, Bob Moses, James Chaney, Elaine Brown, And Others Reveal How The Civil Rights Movement Tested And Transformed Their Families”.

Lorraine K. Bannai’s, “Enduring Conviction: Fred Korematsu And His Quest For Justice”.

Neal Bascom’s, “Sabotage: The Mission To Destroy Hitler’s Atomic Bomb”.

Paul Trachtman’s, “The Old West: The Gunfighters”.

“Reflections Of The Past: An Anthology Of San Jose”.

Richard A. Beal’s, “Highway 17: The Road To Santa Cruz”.

Richard Hurley’s, “California And The Civil War”.

Richard Nixon’s, “Leaders: Profiles and Reminiscences Of Men Who Have Shaped The Modern World”.

Richard White’s, “Railroaded: The Transcontinentals And The Making Of Modern America”.

Shane White’s, “Prince of Darkness: The Untold Story Of Jeremiah G. Hamilton Wall Street’s First Black Millionaire”.

Stephen Kotkin’s, “Stalin: Waiting For Hitler, 1929 – 1941″.

William Peter Goodman’s, ” Experience Of An Old Soldier In The Army Of Northern Virginia 1862-1865″.