eBooks are also available - visit www.greyhouse.com for more information (800) 562-2139 www.greyhouse.com GET ONLINE ACCESS WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! 7 The Working Class Highlights the lifestyles and economic life of working class families —the kind of work they did, the homes they lived in, the food and clothes they bought, the entertainment they sought as well as the society and history that shaped the world Americans worked in from 1880 to 2012. Second Edition | March 2012 | 558 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59237-564-6 | $150 The Middle Class Enhances our understanding of the development of the middle class over more than a century. Profiles explain the workings of a middle class family, describing life at work and at home and how they interacted with their community.A unique portrait of the lifestyles of middle class families that is not available in any other resource. First Edition | November 2000 | 591 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-891482-72-4 | $150 The Upper Class Highlights the men and women, through hard work, grit, good luck or inheritance, at the highest pinnacle of economic prosperity. Readers will observe how the upper class earned and spent their money, how they coped when fortunes were lost, how they were able to influence their communities, and build companies and capital. First Edition | November 2001 | 567 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-930956-38-4 | $150 Their Children Paints a portrait of childhood life from the Civil War to the present time, including life at home, at school and in the community, entertainment and family life. From children of migrant workers, to those born into privileged families, this unique resource will engage and inform all types of researchers. First Edition | November 2002 | 579 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-930956-35-3 | $150 Americans at War NEW EDITION Offers a broad range of details on Americans living through conflicts, how they contributed to the effort or spoke out against it. This valuable tool illustrates life on the battlefield and the home front, as it chronicles the experience of what it means to be an American at war. Second Edition | June 2015 | 685 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-61925-743-6 | $150 Women at Work NEW EDITION Some careers focus on fortune, some on fame, some on a regular paycheck, and some on no paycheck. This text uniquely captures the personal struggles, strengths and America’s changing perceptions of the working woman to allow readers to develop a deeper understanding of the role of women at work. Second Edition | December 2015 | 605 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-68217-077-9 | $150 Social Movements Explores how Americans sought and fought for change. With coverage of child welfare, civil rights, racial equality, religion, freedom of the press, women’s rights, and the environment, this remarkable volume highlights how regular people took a stand to fight for what they believe in. Second Edition | October 2016 | 637 pages | Hardcover | ISBN: 978-1-68217-104-2 | $150 Immigrants NEW EDITION In these pages, immigrant families and individuals come to life, painting a picture of why they left their homeland, their experiences in setting roots in a new country, and their struggles and triumphs. This timely resource highlights the challenges and issues facing immigrants in the United States. Second Edition | January 2018 | 600 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-68217-745-7 | $150 Revolutionary War to the Civil War Highlights the lives of the earliest Americans to illustrate what regular citizens faced as our country was born and grew. Intriguing profiles highlight what was happening in that individual’s world, how it affected their life and how those actions shaped our country. A remarkable volume about a remarkable time. First Edition | November 2008 | 579 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59237-371-0 | $150 Sports & Recreation This volume illustrates America’s devotion to sports. Readers can examine the growth of professional sports, how ticket prices changed over time, what games were popular, how early Americans spent their leisure time and better understand the importance of sports and recreation throughout the ages. First Edition | October 2009 | 621 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59237-441-0 | $150 Inventors & Entrepreneurs Entrepreneurship and invention have been a cornerstone of the American mindset since its formation. This volume examines the everyday lives of those entrepreneurs and inventors, and the fascinating journey from the inception of their product or company to its ultimate success or failure. First Edition | October 2010 | 572 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59237-565-3 | $150 Our History through Music This remarkable text examines America’s love affair with music, from the Civil War to the present time. Professional musicians and singers, record executives, agents and musical hobbyists are all covered in this interesting and thought-provoking volume. First Edition | October 2011 | 514 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59237-762-6 | $150 Education & Educators From preschool teachers to college professors, this volume explores the lives of America’s educators over the last 130 years. Filled with interesting profiles of what life was like at school, at home and in their community, this volume illustrates how education has changed over time, through the eyes of our teachers and mentors. First Edition | October 2012 | 549 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59237-877-7 | $150 African Americans From the Emancipation Proclamation and racial segregation in the 1800s, the Harlem Renaissance and the Civil Rights movement, to the first African-American president, this volume provides real information on what it meant to be an African American. First Edition | March 2016 | 381 pages | Hardcover | ISBN: 978-1-68217-106-6 | $150 Politics & Politicians NEW VOLUME This newest volume showcases individuals working in politics, those that are campaigning to change politics, individuals lobbying to support issues, and even those protesting legislation or the political system. This new volume will engage and enlighten readers on what it means to be involved in politics in the United States. First Edition | October 2018 | 500 pages | Hardcover | ISBN: 978-1-68217-714-3 | $150 THE SET BUY THE 15 VOLUME SET AND SAVE $300! Fifteen Volumes | October 2018 | 9,000 Pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-68217-613-9 | $1,950 EDITION EDITION EDITION EDITION