Essential History List

Reblogged from: Chris’ Fish Place

 

Thanks to the wonderful Themis-Athena, we have been able to enter all the books so far.  We have a total of 629.  You can see the complete list here.  

We are putting out another call out for books.  

In particular, we are looking for more books about religion other than Christianity, South America, Africa (we really need these), Australia.  

We are also accepting what could loosely be described as history and travel.  Think of Tony Horowitz for example.  Or the Lost City Of Z.  

If you had history books on Moonlight’s 1001 list, would you like us to add them to the history list?   Thanks.

 

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