Old Fashioned Farm Life Nineteenth Century Activities on the Firestone Farm at Greenfield Village; Illus. By A.G.Smith, text by Peter Cousins. Includes historical captions.
Historic Houses of New York State A.G. Smith has carefully rendered 43 famous New York State homes (all are currently open to the public). Includes historical captions.
Heroes and Heroines of the American Revolution Artist Peter Copeland provides dramatic, ready-to-color illustrations of 44 of these men and women. Includes historical captions.
Life in Colonial America by Peter Copeland. Captures the stirring drama of life during the pre-Revolutionary time with a fascinating variety of images. Includes historical captions.
Story of the American Revolution by Peter Copeland. Captures the drama and excitement of a fateful era in American history with 40 finely drawn illustrations. Includes historical captions.
Historic North American Forts by Peter Copeland. 44 authentic images of fortifications. Fact filled captions accompany each illustration making this book a source of coloring fun, useful historical reference, and tour guide for visitors. Peek inside.
Indian Tribes of North America by Peter Copeland. This book contains 38 carefully researched, accurately drawn illustrations of the aboriginal inhabitants of North America, ranging from the Seminole of Florida to the Chilkat of Alaska, and is an excellent educational resource. Peek inside.
The Night Before Christmas by John O'Brien, poem by Clement Moore. The text of the poem accompanies John O'Brien's drawings, which captures in marvelous detail that tingle of Christmas best sensed by children. Peek inside.
Antique Locomotives by the Tyrckare Company. Containing an outstanding selection of 43 drawings by the world-famous firm of Swedish illustrators Tre Tryckare AB, this book depicts a fantastic array of classic locomotives Peek inside. Peek inside.
The Story of Sacajawea by Peter Copeland. Twenty-eight captioned illustrations provide a glimpse of Sacajawea's Shoshone childhood, captivity, marriage, first meeting with Lewis and Clark, her invaluable service as an interpreter, familiarity with the region, and eventual return to her homeland. Peek inside.