Free Kindle Books: 10 American History Classics

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Free Kindle Books: 10 American History Classics

Stories of Great Americans

Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans by Edward Eggleston

Hero Tales from America History

Hero Tales from American History by Henry Cabot Lodge

This Country of Ours

This Country of Ours by H. E. Marshall

True Stories of History and Biography

True Stories of History and Biography by Nathaniel Hawthorne

Daughters of the Revolution

Daughters of the Revolution and Their Times by Charles Carleton Coffin

Pathfinders of the West

Pathfinders of the West by Agnes C. Laut

The Oregon Trail

The Oregon Trail by Francis Parkman

Woman on the American Frontier

Woman on the American Frontier by William Worthington Fowler

Story of the Pony Express

The Story of the Pony Express by Glenn D. Bradley

Sinking of the Titanic

Sinking of the Titanic and Great Sea Disasters – edited by Logan Marshall

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  1. Missy says

    Thanks so much for posting these. I love finding the older books for free on Kindle. They usually have excellent content. A few months ago we finished reading “Daughters of the Revolution and Their Times by Charles Carleton Coffin”. This has to be one of my all time favorite books – it was AWESOME! We are studying the American Revolution and there was such depth of truth woven into the story. Most of the characters were real people who were instrumental in the happenings of the American Revolution, of course there were a few fictional characters in the story as well. I’m so glad you posted it. Now I’m off to check out some of the other books in your list. Thanks!

  2. Karen says

    Perfect! We are new homeschoolers (my oldest is 5) and I have been trying to find “real” history to read with my kids. I am so excited to read some of these!

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