Tag Archives: David McCullough

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The Pioneers by David McCullough is a new release by one of my most admired historian writers. This book is derived from actual accounts originally written by people who were early settlers of the newly acquired purchase of territory bordering … Continue reading

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Water, Water, Everywhere

The Johnstown Flood by David McCullough is another fine history by one of my favorite authors. It is a thoroughly researched story of a disastrous flood which occurred in Pennsylvania in the late 1800’s.  Scores of innocent people lost their lives … Continue reading

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City of Enlightenment

The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris by David McCullough is a historical masterpiece.  High on my list of favorite authors, McCullough’s ability to research and convey history in powerful prose never ceases to amaze me. The novel chronicles the lives … Continue reading

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David McCullough on Charlie Rose

Today I’m providing the following link to a recent interview with David McCullough. His new book, The Greater Journey, is on my list of books to read.  McCullough is one of my most admired authors and a great historian. I … Continue reading

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