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Postby cal » Wed Jul 26, 2006 2:36 pm

This forum is for reviews of books, films, TV, music or anything else to do with history in general.

Play Nice: we all know one persons greatest film of all time is another persons historically innacurate disaster - please don't get into silly debates about this - its boring.


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Postby Skevmeister » Wed Jul 26, 2006 4:31 pm

Maybe if we put the ISBN number things we review Cal, could make a script that could auto link to the search engine and make our life really easy, what about it Cal.

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A Pilgrim's Journey

Postby steve stanley » Wed Jul 26, 2006 4:35 pm

OK,I'll start this off as I got a new book from the US this morning...."A Pilgrim's Journey vol2" by Mark Baker.
This is a collection of the author's articles for Muzzleloader magazine..goes into great detail on his personna of a 1760's-70's frontiersman...lots of reprinted first-hand accounts,lots of "How to's",& some fascinating descriptions of his own trips into the forests.....obviously a minority interest in the UK,but a very nice addition to my collection on the period(and No,it's not a "gun-nut" type volume)....
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Send me up in Grand River
Steering by star and sun".
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Postby steve stanley » Wed Jul 26, 2006 4:48 pm

Ok..I hit reply out of habit...should be a new topic.....
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Postby Marcus Woodhouse » Thu Nov 16, 2006 1:32 pm

26 new postings, either I am the King of book and music reviews or this is one under used forum.


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