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Nat Turner’s Holy War To Destroy Slavery By Phillip Thomas Tucker
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A humble man of God, Nat Turner gave his life for the dream of bringing liberation to more than two million slaves. Nat Turner's holy war polarized the nation and set the stage for the opening guns... More > of the Civil War. “There was nothing rational about the institution of race slavery in America. Hidden heroic figures that fought against this hellish system have been ignored or maligned in the historical record. Dr. Tucker’s work penetrates this barrier of fabrication about Nat Turner’s rebellion in opposition to the hideous institution of slavery. Turner’s campaign was not inspired by madness, but by the power of the human spirit to oppose brutal injustice. Race slavery was an institution of mass insanity approved by barbarous law and uncivilized nightmarish tradition. Dr. Tucker’s masterpiece has penetrated a wall of ignorance by showing that Nat Turner was the Spartacus of his time.” Mario Marcel Salas Associate Professor of Political Science (RET) Adjunct Lecturer, University of Texas at San Antonio< Less
A New Look at the Buffalo Soldier Experience in Wartime By Phillip Thomas Tucker
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For the first time, Phillip Thomas Tucker, Ph.D., has presented an entirely “New Look” at the complexities of the Buffalo Soldier experience by exploring the life of a young African... More > American fighting man, David Fagen. Fagen volunteered to fight for his country at the beginning of the Spanish-American War, becoming a proud member of the 24th United States Infantry. He served with distinction, including during the famous charge up San Juan Hill, Cuba. However, Corporal David Fagen’s life changed forever when he served in the Philippine War. For a host of complex reasons, Fagen made the moral decision to join the other side. Presented for the first time in two volumes, this is the first work that has fully explored the remarkable story of the young African American who became a villain in the eyes of white Americans, but a celebrated hero to the Filipino people and many African Americans across the United States.< Less
America’s Forgotten First War for Slavery and Genesis of The Alamo Volume II By Phillip Thomas Tucker
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In Volume II of this ground-breaking series, Phillip Thomas Tucker, Ph.D., has presented a “new look” at the Texas Revolution of 1835-1836 without the traditional romance and myths.... More > Mexico made the mistake of allowing American immigrants to settle in Texas. Mostly from the South, they created an unprecedented economic prosperity based on slavery and cotton cultivation. However, these developments set the stage for open warfare between the largely pro-slavery settlers and the Republic of Mexico, which had abolished slavery in 1829. Because of the massive support from the U.S. to the Texas rebels who fought to preserve the Southern way of life and slavery, the Texas Revolution was actually America's first war for slavery. With this revealing new perspective, Tucker's historical analysis has given us an insightful understanding of a war that altered the destinies of two neighboring republics. For the first time, Tucker has revealed the hidden secrets and forgotten truths of the Texas Revolution.< Less
America’s Female Buffalo Soldier By Phillip Thomas Tucker
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“Tucker has masterfully inked a compelling tribute to a woman” named Cathy Williams. Prince George's Sentinel, Maryland The unforgettable true story of Cathy Williams, the first and only... More > female Buffalo Soldier in history, is timeless and important on many levels. Cathy's personal odyssey has provided us with a host of valid life lessons about what it takes to succeed in life then and today – perseverance, ingenuity, willpower, and determination. Most importantly, the Cathy Williams story has filled key gaps in the annals of Women’s, Buffalo Soldier, Frontier, Military, African American, and “Old West” history, while presenting an inspiring example for people, especially young women, in the twenty-first century. What Cathy Williams accomplished in succeeding against the odds has provided us with a notable testament to the triumph of the human spirit. This timely book presents an insightful personal narrative about a remarkable woman who was a true pioneer of the “Old West”.< Less
America’s Forgotten First War for Slavery and Genesis of The Alamo By Phillip Thomas Tucker
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In this ground-breaking book, Phillip Thomas Tucker, Ph.D., has presented an entirely "new look" at the Texas Revolution of 1835-1836 without the traditional romance and myths. Mexico made... More > the mistake of allowing American immigrants to settle in Texas. Mostly from the South, they created an unprecedented economic prosperity based on slavery and cotton cultivation. However, these developments set the stage for open warfare between the largely pro-slavery settlers and the Republic of Mexico, which had abolished slavery in 1829. Because of the massive support from the U.S. to the Texas rebels who fought to preserve the Southern way of life and slavery, the Texas Revolution was actually America's first war for slavery. With this revealing new perspective, Tucker's outstanding historical analysis has given us an insightful understanding of a war that altered the destinies of two neighboring republics. For the first time, Tucker has revealed the hidden secrets and forgotten truths about the Texas Revolution.< Less
For Honor, Country, and God: Los Niños Héroes By Phillip Thomas Tucker
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For the first time, this ground-breaking book tells the full story of the stirring role played by Mexico's young cadets, Los Niños Héroes, at Chapultepec on September 13, 1847. Phillip... More > Thomas Tucker, Ph.D., is the first American author to present a book in English about these cadets, separating fact from fiction to present a more accurate view of the desperate defense of Chapultepec and the Military College during the Mexican-American War. This book presents the dramatic true story of the cadets in all its tragedy and glory, when Mexico’s existence was at stake. No sacrifice was more memorable or inspirational in this unjust war than that of the six teenage cadets. But, this book is about more than the sacrifice of these students. This is also the story of the heroic struggle of a young republic attempting to survive the unstoppable invasion of a neighboring country, the U.S.A. At Chapultepec, the cadets fought with great courage and died for honor, country, and God, so that Mexico would survive.< Less
Targeting Abraham Lincoln: The Forgotten 1865 Plot to Assassinate Lincoln By Phillip Thomas Tucker
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For the first time, Phillip Thomas Tucker, Ph.D., has resurrected one of the best remaining untold stories of the Civil War. Dr. Tucker is the first historian in more than a century and a half to... More > reveal the hidden history of the daring attempt of William C. Quantrill and his Missouri guerrillas to assassinate President Abraham Lincoln. Tucker has unearthed a hidden gem in the treasure trove of Civil War literature: the secret mission to kill Lincoln in the hope of reversing the course of the war. By rescuing this fascinating story from oblivion, the author has presented a fresh "new look" at the most studied conflict and most written about president in American history.< Less
Nanny’s War to Destroy Slavery By Phillip Thomas Tucker
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Male leaders of rebellious slaves, from Spartacus to Nat Turner, are well-known today. By comparison, female leaders of revolts against slavery are little known and forgotten. A remarkable African... More > Jamaican woman ahead of her time, Nanny emerged as a spiritual, military, and political leader of the resistance effort against the forces of the British Empire during the first half of the eighteenth century, waging a relentless guerrilla war to destroy slavery during the First Maroon War. Most importantly, in overall historical terms, she played a key role in the war against slavery and in the liberation movement, before the rise of egalitarian sentiments that fuelled the American, French, and Haitian Revolutions. She continued to defy British authority after male Maroon leaders on both sides of the island had signed treaties to end the First Maroon War. Tucker has presented an insightful and revealing new look at this remarkable African Jamaican leader, freedom fighter, and liberator named Nanny.< Less
Glory at Fort Wagner:The 54th Massachusetts Strikes a Key Blow Against Slavery By Phillip Thomas Tucker
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Phillip Thomas Tucker, Ph.D., has presented a ground-breaking new series entitled 'New Look Glory 54th Massachusetts Series' to bestow greater recognition to the common soldiers of the first black... More > regiment from the North. The overall goal of this series will be to explore the lives of the remarkable common soldiers of the 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment and their moral struggle to bestow greater equality to blacks across America. Therefore, the books of this series will present long-overlooked and forgotten aspects of the fascinating story of the 54th Massachusetts. Most of all, this ground-breaking series will honor the courage and dedication of these brave men who waged a war to destroy slavery and bring forth a new birth of freedom to America.< Less
Roll of Honor and The Price of Glory By Phillip Thomas Tucker
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Phillip Thomas Tucker, Ph.D., has presented a ground-breaking new series entitled New Look Glory 54th Massachusetts Series to bestow greater recognition to the common soldiers of the first black... More > regiment from the North. The overall goal of this series will be to explore the lives of the remarkable common soldiers of the 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment and their moral struggle to bestow greater equality to blacks across America. Therefore, the books of this series will present long-overlooked and forgotten aspects of the fascinating story of the 54th Massachusetts. Most of all, this ground-breaking series will honor the courage and dedication of these brave men who waged a war to destroy slavery and bring forth a new birth of freedom to America.< Less

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