Complete in thirteen volumes, this is an authentic history of America from the discovery to the present day, profusely illustrated with portraits of historical characters and views of the sacred and memorable places of our native land. It is edited by the noted American poet, Markham. The contents include: The Dragon of the Seas; The Sack of Saint Augustine; The Huguenot Lady; The Effects of the Storm; Separation; In the Home of Drake; Make Way for the Queen!; Philip's Audience; After a Decade; Love's Purveyor; Captain John Smith; Captain Smith's Adventures; At Shakespeare's Theater; A Change of Mind; The Birth of a Nation; The Sprite; Smith Comes into His Own; A Fool's Errand; Pocahontas; The Return; The Beginnings of Commerce; Master Seymour Sees at Night; Seymour Keeps Bad Company; News from Home; A Crowned Emperor; The Woman Comes; Intimidating a Chief; Seymour Redeems Himself; The Passing of Smith; The Constant Lover; The Starving Time; A Maid Has Her Way; The Heart That Knew; Concerning Many Matters; and A Voice from the Past. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.