In spite of his regrets, the decision was arguably the correct one, given his first bout in the Olympics will now place him in the history books — and it’s not only because of his epic hole-in-one, the Rio Olympics marks golf’s return to the games for the first time in 112 years.
had a piece last month on how to read a history book in one hour. I think this can be a helpful tool for students in undergraduate or graduate programs out there. I know it can be very helpful for historians (as a full time history student at CSUF, I consistently had to read about 3-4 300+ page books per week). Perhaps it could be useful for high school students too (But only if they have a background on what they are reading, and perhaps, if Chris agrees, with AP students who need to fill a lot of information quickly). Anyhow, here is the list:
Genevieve Foster was born in 1893, so her narrative history books are not new, but I dont find them dated, and most are available. I recommend all of them highly. Here are three titles: , , .