Don't Know Much About(r) History [30th Anniversary Edition]: Everything You Need to Know about American History But Never Learned

Don't Know Much About(r) History [30th Anniversary Edition]: Everything You Need to Know about American History But Never Learned - Kenneth C. Davis

Don't Know Much About(r) History [30th Anniversary Edition]: Everything You Need to Know about American History But Never Learned


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.6 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this revised, expanded, and updated edition of the classic anti-textbook, he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.

--Dallas News

Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.

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A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.6 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this revised, expanded, and updated edition of the classic anti-textbook, he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.

--Dallas News

Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


Kenneth Davis, dubbed "The King of Knowing" by Amazon.com, changed the way America learns with his Don't Know Much About(R) series of books. Using his tried-and-true question and answer format, Davis makes topics fun and accessible to all readers.

From Columbus through to the twenty-first century, Don't Know Much About(R) History takes readers on a tour through more than 500 years of American life. Drawing on the latest scholarship and new archeological discoveries, Davis presents a thorough overview of American history that is exciting, interesting and fun to learn.

Kenneth C. Davis speaks often on national television and radio. His USA Weekend column is seen weekly by millions of readers. In addition to his adult titles, he writes the Don't Know Much About(R) Kids series published by HarperCollins. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

"If history were usually taught this way, we wouldn't have to worry about the closing of the American mind." -- Booklist


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.


A New York Times bestseller - More than 1.7 Million Copies Sold

"Reading Davis is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had " --People magazine

From the arrival of Columbus through the historic election of Barack Obama and beyond, Kenneth C. Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than five hundred years of American history. In this 30th anniversary edition of the classic anti-textbook--which includes a new preface by Davis--he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.

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