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Captivating account of the first substantial attempt by England to colonize Virginia. Unlike many histories that initially bog readers down in European background, Horn forms the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by DWalton
RECEIVED BOOK ON TIME AND IN VERY GOOD CONDITION AS WAS STATED. THIS VERSION OF HISTORY OF JAMESTOWN IS NOT AS DETAILED AND SOMETIMES BORROWED FACTS VERBATIM GETS TO BE A BIT MUCH... Read morePublished 1 month ago by thomas j. hannigan
Great book on Jamestown. First part of book has really good story. 2nd part is more like reading facts.Published 3 months ago by B. Bowling
This is a great book for anyone who enjoyed the history of colonial America, or any student studying American history. Read morePublished 6 months ago by D. J. C.
Easy to read for a detailed history. A comprehensive work of an important slice of early colonialism in America. We'll worth readingPublished 9 months ago by Mike
In this detailed accounting of the beginning of the English presence in America, that is, the Jamestown settlement on the James River, one is struck by just how tenuous that entire... Read morePublished 9 months ago by J. Grattan
“A Land as God Made It – Jamestown and the Birth of America” by James Horn is a chronicle of the English to establish a permanent colony in North America in the early 17th Century. Read morePublished 11 months ago by E. Joseph Anna
Deeply influential in my recent efforts to gain a deeper understanding of when America was just Virginia. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jerry G. Persall
If you've ever wondered what the real-life American settlement of Jamestown was like, this answers your questions in a stunningly exciting way. Great stuff.Published 19 months ago by Jeanne Gardner