Tag Archives: David McCullough

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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