The Natchez Trace is the Path of Nations, a 450-mile-long game trail stamped into the earth by primeval bison. Once the domain of the Natchez, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek and Cherokee tribes, the Trace nurtured these groups, but it was also watered with the blood of tribesmen long before any white man trod on it. Learn more about one of the most important roads in American history in Death Along the Natchez Trace.
Since prehistory, the bluffs of Natchez have called to the bold, the cruel and the quietly determined. The diverse opportunists who heeded that call have left behind more than three hundred years of colorful and tragic stories. Read them in Hidden History of Natchez.
Not that long ago, Dallas was just prairie land on the Trinity River. Some of the toughest Americans to ever live were required to plant a city there and nourish it to the metropolis it is today. Dallas Tough tells the stories of some of those Americans, be they good, bad, or ugly.
Filled with unbelievable stories from 300+ years of history, Hidden History of New Orleans is a fresh look at a great American city. HHNO is available at Lemuria, Barnes & Noble, Pass Christian Books, Amazon, and other retailers. If you’d prefer to listen, check out the audiobook on Aubible!
Ryan tells the story of a brave and compassionate bishop in Mississippi Bishop William Henry Elder and the Civil War. Pick up a copy at Lemuria today!
Hidden History of the Mississippi Sound, Josh and Ryan’s second book with the History Press, was released June 24, 2019! Buy a copy on Amazon now, or pick up a copy from Pass Christian Books, Lemuria in Jackson, or Barnes and Noble in Gulfport.
Check out the Kindle edition of Hidden History of Jackson here.