Reading Your Way Through History

Bibliography

The following resources were helpful in compiling this list and especially in assigning dates to events and people.

1911 Encyclopedia Brittanica
American Rhetoric
Britannica Ready Reference 2002
The Catholic Bible in Pictures
The Catholic Encyclopedia of 1913 http://www.newadvent.org/
Catholic World History Timeline and Guide by Marcia Neill
Patron Saints Index www.catholic-forum.com/saints/indexsnt.htm
History Place – Great Speeches Collection

Images:
(Nota Bene: not every image at every site is copyright free)

University of Texas at Austin Portrait Gallery

Christus Rex

Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection

WebMuseum

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2 Comments »

  1. Hi again Alicia! Nice to see the progress on this blog — awesome stuff. We are going back soon (from 20th century to 1st) so this helps a lot. Thanks so much for putting this together. One suggestion I have for another source, which you’ve probably used, is Michael O’Brien’s A Landscape with Dragons. A lot of the books he lists at the end contain dates. Only thing is a lot of them are OOP/difficult to find.

    Comment by stef — June 1, 2006 @ 8:17 pm

  2. Thanks Stef! I do love the reading list in Landscape with Dragons. Did you know it was put together by Bethlehem Books? I often bring the list to rummage sales and library book sales to discover new treasures. I didn’t remember it having dates, I’ll have to take another look.

    Comment by Alicia — June 1, 2006 @ 8:31 pm


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