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  • Americana Exchange Rare Books(204 clicks)
    Rare and antiquarian book site. Features an extensive, searchable bibliography of virtually all significant older texts in Americana. Discover historical books you never knew existed.
  • Boston Book Review(106 clicks)
    "The Boston Book Review seeks out and promotes the highest achievements in contemporary writing. Bringing readers into the ongoing project of literary life, the BBR features incisive, independent comment from preeminent writers, scholars and intellectuals on today's most important books. Together with fiction, poetry, interviews, and essays, provocative reviews assess works in a wide variety of topics . The BBR provides the highest quality book reviews in the nation, the best written and the most learned."
  • Historical Media Review(126 clicks)
    Reviews news history books and multimedia titles. Many other unusual features.
  • Kathleen Burk, Troublemaker: the Life and History of A.J.P. Taylor(122 clicks)
    Review by Paul Addison
  • Maxine Berg, A Woman in History: Eileen Power, 1889-1940(107 clicks)
    Reviewed by Helen Mellor .
  • Reviews in American History(122 clicks)
    Searchable scholary reviews.
  • Reviews in American History(114 clicks)
    US history reviews
  • Reviews in History(119 clicks)
    "Welcome to Reviews in History - an electronic publication which reviews and reappraises significant work in all fields of historical interest, covering the principal areas of the subject as taught in institutions of higher education. Reviews covers publications ranging in time from the Middle Ages to date. Reviews are longer than usual (2,000 - 3,000 words) and are sent in the first instance to the author who is offered a right of reply to be circulated with the review. New information technology provides an opportunity to raise standards of reviews for historical scholarship, to draw major works of interpretation to the attention of historians and to promote scholarly debate as soon as possible after the publication of a book."
  • The New York Review of Books(116 clicks)
    A variety of books are reviewed, including biography and history.
  • The New York Times Book Review(105 clicks)
    Back index to January 5, 1997. Searchable.