5/20/09 - Coming to Blu-ray on June 16, and just in time for Father's Day gift-giving, the HBO® miniseries John Adams brings to life the story of one of America's most remarkable - yet little known - historical figures. Sure to resonate with history and non-history buffs alike, the John Adams Blu-ray will let viewers explore some of the most fascinating moments and people highlighted in the miniseries through enhanced BD features that bring to life the extraordinary historical events in this epic story. Click Here for Press Release
1/9/08 - American Revolution Resources: New Book Arrivals A Slave No More by David W. Blight | November 2007 | Amazon.com
Slave narratives are extremely rare. Now two newly uncovered narratives, and the biographies of the men who wrote them, join that exclusive group with the publication of A Slave No More. Wallace Turnage was a teenage field hand on an Alabama plantation, John Washington an urban slave in Virginia.
5/8/07 - Chest Deep and Rising by Patrick Yoes | August 2006 | Amazon.com Chest Deep and Rising is a look at the events of the sixteen days before, during and after Hurricane Katrina, from a unique point of view: a first responder in St. Charles Parish, 20 miles west of New Orleans, one of the people whose assignment was to protect life and property during extraordinary conditions.
4/21/07 - Known affectionately as "Uncle Billy" by Union soldiers, but reviled in the South as a brutal war criminal, General William Tecumseh Sherman is one of the enigmatic and complex figures in the American pantheon. His legacy, built during a five-week campaign of terror and destruction, ranks as one of the most daring endeavors in U.S. military history. Controversial to this day, his epic story is told in SHERMAN'S MARCH, premiering Sunday, April 22 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The History Channel®. Click Here for More Information, Video Clips and Review From The Patriot Resource
2/3/07 - American Revolution Resources: New Book Arrivals Adopted Son by David Clary | February 2007 | Amazon.com
Using personal letters and other key historical documents, Adopted Son offers a rare glimpse of the American Revolution through the friendship between George Washington and the Marquis de Lafayette. The result is a remarkable, little-known epic of friendship, revolution, and the birth of a nation.
1/28/07 - American Revolutionary Nonfiction Books | Book Reviews Now in Paperback:Rum by Ian Williams | Amazon.com
Rum is more than just a delicious drink - it helped to shape the modern world. Ian Williams's book, Rum, as biting, multifaceted, and warm-spirited as the drink itself - triumphantly restores rum's rightful place in history, taking us across space and time, from its origins in the plantations of Barbados through Puritan and Revolutionary New England, to Voodoo rites in modern Haiti and across the Florida straits where Fidel and the Bacardi family are still fighting over the rights to the ingredients for a Cuba Libre. Book Details and Review from PatriotResource.com