You want a better tomorrow.
So did they.

We publish and promote people’s history for a new generation.

People’s history immerses you in the lives of individuals and groups who made our country what it is today.

Quindaro titles are suitable for adult readers as well as Young Adult readers (ages 12+).

Gunpowder Girls: The True Stories of Three Civil War Tragedies

Gunpowder Girls: The True Stories of Three Civil War Tragedies

80 years before Rosie the Riveter, there were the Gunpowder Girls.

Child labor was once widespread, unsafe, and legal — we probably couldn’t have fought the Civil War without it.

Bonded By Battle: The Powerful Friendships of Military Dogs & Soldiers

Bonded By Battle: The Powerful Friendships of Military Dogs & Soldiers

They started as buddies. They became a dynamic duo.

From Civil War mascots to IED detectors, dogs have been helping and astounding our soldiers for over 150 years.

The Big Divide Travel Guide — 2nd Edition, Updated for the 2017 Road Trip Season

The Big Divide Travel Guide — 2nd Edition, Updated for the 2017 Road Trip Season

Rethink everything you knew about the Civil War.

Discover the richest preserve of sites dedicated to America’s greatest conflict in the place where it all began — the West.

Firebrand: A Biographical Novel from Bleeding Kansas

Firebrand: A Biographical Novel from Bleeding Kansas

He stood up to dictators, slaveholders — and John Brown.

A Jewish kid from Vienna, August Bondi found his calling in the fight for freedom. His true story comes to life.

Clarina Nichols: Frontier Crusader for Women's Rights

Clarina Nichols: Frontier Crusader for Women's Rights

Before women could have the vote, they needed to have a voice.

In an age when feminists were ridiculed and shamed, an unbreakable single mom from Vermont learned to speak up.

Tillie Pierce: Teen Eyewitness to the Battle of Gettysburg

Tillie Pierce: Teen Eyewitness to the Battle of Gettysburg

When the war spilled into their streets … and their homes.

Imagine two armies taking turns occupying your house, neighborhood, hometown. It really happened to this 15-year-old.