We’ve heard of David G. McCullough’s “The Johnstown Flood”, but what are some other titles that McCullough has written? If you enjoy reading about history, you’re in luck! Check out these titles we have in our collection. Having trouble getting a copy of David McCullough’s books? Check out these historical fiction and nonfiction read-alikes we have in our collection.
Available as an eBook on Libby.
A unique one-volume “community” history of African Americans from 1619-2019. Ninety brilliant writers–each of whom takes on a five-year interval of that four-hundred-year span–explore their periods through a variety of techniques: historical essays, short stories, personal vignettes, and fiery polemics. This title is also available for checkout as an eBook and an eAudio on OverDrive/Libby.
Available on Libby as an eAudiobook.
A sweeping examination an often-overlooked part of history, when six million Black Americans uprooted their lives in the south and migrated to northern and western cities in search of a better future, changing the course of their own lives and the new cities they called home.
This title is also available for checkout as an eBook on Libby.