Free history Kindle books for 05 Nov 18

The History of the Russian Empire: From the Foundation of Kievian Russia to the Rise of the Romanov Dynasty

by Saki, H. H. Munro

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The Rise of the Russian Empire is a historical study on Russian history, written by Hector H. Munro. The Book covers the period from the 9th century and the dawn of Russian empire, to 17th century and the rise of the Romanov dynasty.

Constitutional Interpretations: Speeches & Works in Favor of the American Constitution (Including The Federalist Papers and The Continentalist)

by Alexander Hamilton

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This edition presents the writings & speeches of Alexander during the Great Debate of the American Constitution. Hamilton was one of the most influential interpreter and promoter of the U.S. Constitution. He was a leader in seeking to replace the weak national government, and led the Annapolis Convention in 1786, which spurred Congress to call a Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. He helped achieve ratification by writing 51 of the 85 installments of The Federalist Papers, which to this day remain the single most important reference for Constitutional interpretation.
The Continentalist
Writings and Speeches in Federal Convention
Writings and Speeches in Convention of New York
The Federalist Papers
Biography of Alexander Hamilton by Emory Speer

Salem Witchcraft (Vol. I&II): The Real History & Background of the Greatest Witch Hunt Trials in America

by Charles Wentworth Upham

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The Salem witch trials were a series of hearings and prosecutions of people accused of witchcraft in colonial Massachusetts between February 1692 and May 1693. The trials resulted in the executions of twenty people, fourteen of them women, and all but one by hanging. This two-volume edition gives an account of Salem village and a history of opinions on witchcraft and kindred subjects. The first volume of this book contains what seems to be necessary to prepare the reader for the second, in which the incidents and circumstances connected with the witchcraft prosecutions in 1692, at the village and in the town of Salem, are reduced to chronological order, and exhibited in detail.
Map and Illustrations
Index to the Map
Town of Salem
Salem Village
Witchcraft at Salem Village
Prefatory Address
Deodat Lawson’s Narrative
Letter From R.P. To Jonathan Corwin
Extracts From Mr. Parris’s Church Records


by George Rawlinson

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The Kings of Israel and Judah covers the vast history of the Kings of Israel and Judah particularly of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Hosea, Amos, Micah, Habakkuk and Zephaniah. It also describes the local colouring, the life and manners of the time, and the contemporary events in an easy to understand and engaging language. A must read for all those who are interested in the mighty kings and kingdoms of the antiquity.
CHAPTER I. Rehoboam
CHAPTER II. Jeroboam the First
CHAPTER XI. Jehoshaphat
CHAPTER XII. Ahaziah of Israel
CHAPTER XIII. Jehoram of Israel
CHAPTER XIV. Jehoram of Judah
CHAPTER XV. Ahaziah of Judah
CHAPTER XVIII. Joash of Judah
CHAPTER XIX, Jehoahaz of Israel
CHAPTER XX. Jehoash, or Joash, of Israel
CHAPTER XXII. Jeroboam the Second
CHAPTER XXIII. Uzziah or Azariah
CHAPTER XXIV. Zachariah, Shallum, and Menahem
CHAPTER XXV. Pekahiah and Pekah
CHAPTER XXXIII. Jehoahaz of Judah and Jehoiakim
CHAPTER XXXIV. Jehoiachin and Zedekiah

The Byzantine Empire (Vol.1&2): A Historical Account

by Charles Oman

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This edition covers the history of the Eastern Roman Empire from late antiquity until the Fall of Constantinople in 1453 AD. The author gives the complete insight into the fascinating empire which was characterized by Roman state traditions, Greek culture and language; and Orthodox Christianity. Among the greatest accomplishments of the Empire, the author emphasizes its contribution to the formation of the medieval Europe, its major role in shaping Orthodoxy and transmission of classical knowledge. Contents: Byzantium The Foundation of Constantinople The Fight With the Goths The Departure of the Germans The Reorganization of the Eastern Empire Justinian Justinian’s Foreign Conquests The End of Justinian’s Reign The Coming of the Slavs The Darkest Hour Social and Religious Life The Coming of the Saracens The First Anarchy The Saracens Turned Back The Iconoclasts The End of the Iconoclasts The Literary Emperors and Their Time Military Glory The End of the Macedonian Dynasty Manzikert The Comneni and the Crusades The Latin Conquest of Constantinople The Latin Empire and the Empire of Nicaea Decline and Decay The Turks in Europe. The End of a Long Tale Table of Emperors

The Mayflower Voyage: Premium Edition – 4 Book Collection: 4 Books in One Edition Detailing The History of the Journey, the Ship’s Log & the Lives of its Pilgrim Passengers

by Azel Ames

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The Mayflower was an English ship that famously transported the first English Puritans, known today as the Pilgrims, from Plymouth, England to the New World in 1620. There were 102 passengers, and the crew is estimated to have been about 30, but the exact number is unknown. This voyage has become a cultural icon in the history of the United States, with its story of death and survival in the harsh New England winter environment. The culmination of the voyage was the signing of the Mayflower Compact, an event which established a rudimentary form of democracy, with each member contributing to the welfare of the community.
The Mayflower Ship’s Log
History of Plymouth Plantation
Mayflower Descendants and Their Marriages for Two Generations After the Landing
History of the Mayflower

The History of Rome – All 5 Volumes in One Edition

by Theodor Mommsen

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The History of Rome is a five volume history of ancient Rome written by Theodor Mommsen, dealing mainly with the Roman Republic. First volume deals with the Roman origins and covers the period anterior to the abolition of the Monarchy. Second volume depicts events from the abolition of the Monarchy in Rome to the union of Italy. Third volume deals with the Punic Wars and the subjugation of Carthage and the Greek states. Volume four covers the Revolution, dealing with the Gracchi, Marius, Drusus, and Sulla. Final volume covers the Civil War and the establishment of the military monarchy during the reign of Julius Caesar.

The History of American Military: From the American Revolution to the Global War on Terrorism (Complete Edition)

by Richard W. Stewart

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The story of the United States Army is always growing and changing. Historians constantly seek to reinterpret the past while accumulating new facts as America’s Army continues to be challenged on new foreign battlefields. Nor does the Army, as an institution, ever stand still. It necessarily changes its organization, materiel, doctrine, and composition to cope with an ever-changing world of current conflict and potential danger. American Military History provides a comprehensive but brief account of Army’s past. The history of an active organization tends to expand rapidly as the organization grows larger and more complex. The first volume covers the Army’s history from its birth in 1775 to the eve of World War I. The second volume of this edition takes up that story and extends it into the twenty-first century and the early years of the war on terrorism.

The Life of George Washington: The Life History of the First President of United States

by Woodrow Wilson

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George Washington (1732-1799) was an American statesman and soldier who served as the first President of the United States from 1789 to 1797 and was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. He served as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, and later presided over the 1787 convention that drafted the United States Constitution. As a driving force behind the nation’s establishment he came to be known as the “father of the country,” both during his lifetime and to this day.Contents:In Washington’s DayA Virginian BreedingColonel WashingtonMount Vernon DaysThe Heat of PoliticsPiloting a RevolutionGeneral WashingtonThe Stress of VictoryFirst in PeaceThe First President of the United States

The American Revolution (Illustrated Edition)

by Robert W. Coakley

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This book on the American Revolution consists of three parts-a brief narrative history of the war, a chronology of military events, and a bibliography. Each part requires a word of explanation. The narrative consists of one chapter on the colonial background of American military history and two on the Revolution itself. Part Two is a chronology, oriented toward military events, covering the period between the signing of the Treaty of Paris ending the Seven Years War in 1763 and the ratification by the Continental Congress some twenty years later of a second Treaty of Paris confirming American independence. Part Three, the bibliography, contains listings of over a thousand titles of books, articles, and published source material on the American Revolution. The emphasis is again on the land war, but proportionately the bibliography gives more attention to the political, social and economic aspects of the Revolution and to its naval phase than do either the narrative or the chronology.

PERSIA (Illustrated): Conquests in Mesopotamia and Egypt, Wars Against Ancient Greece, Cyrus the Great, Darius I and Xerxes I

by George Rawlinson

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The First Persian Empire was a country of the Achaemenid dynasty, based in Western Asia, founded by Cyrus the Great. Ranging at its greatest extent from the Balkans and Eastern Europe proper in the west to the Indus Valley in the east, it was larger than any previous empire in history. This book describes conquests of the greatest Persian emperors, Cyrus the Great, Darius I and Xerxes I and the expansion of their country.
Extent of the Empire.
Climate and Productions.
Character, Manners and Customs.
Language and Writing.
Architecture and Other Arts.
Chronology and History.

The Provinces of the Roman Empire (Illustrated Edition)

by Theodor Mommsen

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The Provinces of the Roman Empire from Caesar to Diocletian is a description of all Roman regions during the early imperial period, written by Theodor Mommsen. In separate chapters Mommsen describes the different imperial provinces, each as a stand-alone subject, starting from provinces on the northern frontier of Italy, in Spain, Gallia, Germany, and Britain, then moving east to provinces on the Balkans and in the Middle East, and those in Asia and in Africa.

Iroquois Mythology: Illustrated Edition

by Erminnie A. Smith

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The principal monuments of the once powerful Iroquois are their myths and folklore, with the language in which they are embodied. As these monuments are fast crumbling away, through their contact with European civilization, the ethnologist must hasten his search among them in order to trace the history of their laws of mind and the records of their customs, ideas, laws, and beliefs. Most of these have been long forgotten by the people, who continue to repeat traditions as they have been handed down through their fathers and fathers’ fathers, from generation to generation, for many centuries.
Gods and Other Supernatural Beings
Practice of Sorcery
Mythological Explanation of Phenomena

The Vanishing Race: The History of the Last Indian Council

by Joseph Kossuth Dixon

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“The Vanishing Race” is a record in picture and story of the last great Indian council, participated in by eminent Indian chiefs from nearly every Indian reservation in the United States. This book also includes the story of their lives as told by themselves, their speeches and folklore tales, their solemn farewell, and the Indians’ story of the Custer fight.
Indian Imprints a Glimpse Backward
The Story of the Chiefs
Chief Plenty Coups
Chief Red Whip
Chief Timbo
Chief Apache John
Chief Running Bird
Chief Brave Bear
Chief Umapine
Chief Tin-tin-meet-sa
Chief Runs-the-enemy
Chief Pretty Voice Eagle
Folklore Talesâ??sioux
Chief White Horse
Folklore Talesâ??yankton Sioux
Chief Bear Ghost
Chief Running Fisher
Bull Snake
Mountain Chief
Mountain Chief’s Boyhood Sports
Chief Red Cloud
Chief Two Moons
The Story of the Surviving Custer Scouts
Folklore Taleâ??crow
Hairy Moccasin
The Indians’ Story of the Custer Fight
The Last Great Indian Council
Indian Impressions of the Last Great Council
The Farewell of the Chiefs

Some Facts about ketchup by Jan Knetris

by Jan Knetris

Some Facts about ketchup by Jan Knetris

The Seminole Indians (Illustrated Edition)

by Clay MacCauley

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The Indians known as Seminole are of the Muskokian linguistic stock who before the present century left their congeners and dwelt within the present limits of Georgia and Florida. A chief cause of the separation was disagreement among the people of the towns of the Lower Creeks and Hichiti concerning their relations with Europeans settling in the country. The Seminole, who are described in this book as of a high grade in physique and intelligence, may well be descendants of these heroes. The status of these Indians is peculiar in that their contact with civilization has hitherto been regulated, to an extent not known elsewhere, by their own volition, and has not been imposed upon them. Visitors, traders, and Government agents have been denied admission, but the Indians have in a limited way visited the settlements beyond their own boundaries and traded there.
Personal characteristics
Personal adornment
Psychical characteristics
Seminole society
The Seminole gens
The Seminole tribe
Seminole tribal life
Environment of the Seminole

Zuñi Mythology

by Frank Hamilton Cushing

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“During the earlier years of my life with the Zuñi Indians of western-central New Mexico, from the autumn of 1879 to the winter of 1881â??before access to their country had been rendered easy by the completion of the Atlantic and Pacific railroad, â??they remained, as regards their social and religious institutions and customs and their modes of thought, if not of daily life, the most archaic of the Pueblo or Aridian peoples. They still continue to be, as they have for centuries been, the most highly developed, yet characteristic and representative of all these people.”
Outline of Spanish-zuñi History
Outline of Pristine Zuñi History
Outline of ZuñiMytho-sociologic Organization
The Genesis of the Worlds, or the Beginning of Newness
The Genesis of Men and the Creatures
The Gestation of Men and the Creatures
The Forthcoming From Earth of the Foremost of Men
The Birth From the Sea of the Twain Deliverers of Men
The Birth and Delivery of Men and the Creatures
The Condition of Men When First Into the World of Daylight Born
The Origin of Priests and of Knowledge
The Origin of the Raven and the Macaw, Totems of Winter and Summer
The Origin and Naming of Totem-clans and Creature Kinds, and the Division and Naming of Spaces and Things
The Origin of the Councils of Secrecy or Sacred Brotherhoods
The Hardening of the World, and the First Settlement of Men
The Beginning of the Search for the Middle of the World, and the Second Tarrying of Men
The Learning of War, and the Third Tarrying
The Meeting of the People of Dew, and the Fourth Tarrying
The Generation of the Seed of Seeds, or the Origin of Corn

The Naval War of 1812

by Theodore Roosevelt

The Naval War of 1812, written by the former president Theodore Roosevelt, deals with battles and naval technology used during the War of 1812 between the United States and the Great Britain. Roosevelt’s history is considered as one of the best on this particular topic and it had a great impact on the formation of the modern day U.S. Navy. At the beginning, the author gives the insight of the political and social conditions in Great Britain and America prior to the war. Roosevelt, then, discusses the naval war on both the Atlantic Ocean and the Great Lakes. Finally, the last chapter covers the Battle of New Orleans, the final major battle of the War of 1812.

THE PRINCIPLES OF PSYCHOLOGY (Complete Edition In 2 Volumes)

by William James

There are four methods from James’ book: stream of consciousness (James’ most famous psychological metaphor); emotion (later known as the James-Lange theory); habit (human habits are constantly formed to achieve certain results); and will (through James’ personal experiences in life).
I. The Scope of Psychology
II. The Functions of the Brain
III. On Some General Conditions of Brain Activity
IV. Habit
V. The Automaton Theory
VI. The Mind-Stuff Theory
VII. The Methods and Snares of Psychology
VIII. The Relations of Minds to Other Things
IX. The Stream of Thought
X. The Consciousness of Self
XI. Attention
XII. Conception
XIII. Discrimination and Comparison
XIV. Association
XV. The Perception of Time
XVI. Memory
XVII. Sensation
XVIII. Imagination
XIX. The Perception of ‘Things’
XX. The Perception of Space
XXI. The Perception of Reality
XXII. Reasoning
XXIII. The Production of Movement
XXIV. Instinct
XXV. The Emotions
XXVI. Will
XXVII. Hypnotism
XXVIII. Necessary Truths and the Effects of Experience

The Central Eskimo (Illustrated): With Maps and Illustrations of Tools, Weapons & People

by Franz Boas

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The following account of the Central Eskimo contains chiefly the results of the author’s own observations and collections made during a journey to Cumberland Sound and Davis Strait, supplemented by extracts from the reports of other travelers. The Eskimo are the indigenous peoples who have traditionally inhabited the northern circumpolar region from eastern Siberia (Russia), across Alaska (United States), Canada, and Greenland.

The Indian Linguistic Families of the United States

by John Wesley Powell

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The languages spoken by the pre-Columbian tribes of North America were many and diverse. Into the regions occupied by these tribes, travelers, traders, and missionaries have penetrated in advance of civilization, and civilization itself has marched across the continent at a rapid rate. Under these conditions the languages of the various tribes have received much study. Many extensive works have been published, embracing grammars and dictionaries; but a far greater number of minor vocabularies have been collected and very many have been published. In addition to these, the Bible, in whole or in part, and various religious books and school books, have been translated into Indian tongues to be used for purposes of instruction; and newspapers have been published in the Indian languages. Altogether the literature of these languages and that relating to them are of vast extent.

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An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Human Mind (Open Access): Subjectivity, Science and Experiences in Change (Cultural Dynamics of Social Representation)

by Line Joranger

One of the main aims of modern mental health care is to understand a person’s explicit and implicit ways of thinking and acting. So, it may seem like the ultimate paradox that mental health care services are currently overflowing with brain concepts belonging to the external, visible brain-world and that neuroscientists are poised to become new experts on human conduct. An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Human Mind shows that to create care that is truly innovative, mental health care workers must not only ask questions about how their conceptions of human beings and psychological phenomena came into being, but should also see themselves as co-creators of the mystery they seek to solve.

Looking at the human being as a being with a biological body and unique subjective experiences, living in a reciprocal relationship with its sociocultural and historical environment, the book will provide examples and theories that show the necessity of an innovating, interdisciplinary mental health care service that manages to adapt its theory and methods to environmental, biological, and subjective changes. To this end, the book will provide an innovating psychology that offers a broad kaleidoscope of perspectives about the relations between the history of psychology, as a scientific discipline oriented to interpret and explain subject and subjectivity phenomenon, and the social construction of subjectified experience.

This unique and timely book should be of great interest to critical and cultural psychologists and theorists; clinical psychologists, therapists, and psychiatrists; sociologists of culture and science; anthropologists; philosophers; historians; and scholars working with social and health theories. It should also be essential reading for lawyers, advocates, and defenders of human rights.

Los estudios de caso en psicoterapia: desafíos y posibilidades (Spanish Edition)

by Blanca Esthelma Aranda Mata

Este libro abre las puertas del consultorio para examinar lo que ocurre en su interior, al tiempo que pone en el centro del análisis al psicoterapeuta y su ejercicio profesional. Fundamentales para comprender las peculiaridades y vicisitudes de la práctica psicoterapéutica, los casos clínicos son el eje principal de varias de las investigaciones que conforman este volumen, en el que los autores muestran las problemáticas y formas de intervención del psicoterapeuta en su interacción con el consultante. En el estudio de casos particulares, se describen una serie de nociones teóricas y epistémicas, así como la diversidad de formas para llevar a cabo y sistematizar el ejercicio profesional.

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