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The human species has a unique propensity for getting lost. The American people are no exception.
Here Lies Hugh Glass
The true story behind The Revenant. The book takes on the myth of a man made famous by nearly being eaten by a bear. “If I am ever bitten by a bear, left for dead, forced to crawl home, and then cannibalized by nineteenth-century writers, I hope that Jon T. Coleman writes about me.” Historian Anne Farrar Hyde, Journal of American History.
Why did Americans slaughter wolves for centuries and why did they change their minds? "Vicious is a wicked good read." Historian Andrew Kirk, Montana: The Magazine of Western History.
The American West w/John Mack Faragher and Robert V. Hine
A revised edition of the history of the American West. "This is no ordinary textbook." Historian James E. Crisp, author of Sleuthing the Alamo.
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