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G.A. Henty Titles:
Henty Ancient History Titles
The Cat of Bubastes – (BC 1250) A thrilling escape novel including all things Egyptian
The Young Carthaginian – (BC 218) Hannibal, from Carthage, crosses the Alps with his battle elephants to attack an up and coming Rome.
Beric the Briton – (AD 62) Beric joins Queen Boadicea as she rebels against Roman conquerors, is captured and trained as a gladiator.
For the Temple – (AD 70) John of Gamala leads a band of Jews to defend Jotapata, Jerusalem, and the Temple, eventually destroyed by Rome.
Henty Middle Ages Titles
The Dragon & The Raven – (870-901) Edmund helps King Alfred fight the Danes on land and sea.
Wulf the Saxon – (1066) Duke William of Normandy conquers King Harold and England at the signal Battle of Hastings
Winning His Spurs – (1188-1192) Join King Richard the Lion-Hearted and knights from across Europe on a Crusade to the Holy Land
In Freedom’s Cause – (1296-1314) In this Braveheart story, the nobles follow William Wallace and Robert the Bruce to victory.
St. George For England – (1337-1453) The Battles of Cressy and Poitiers; the destruction of the Spanish fleet; the plague of the Black Death; are vividly related in this historically accurate adventure novel.
The Lion of St. Mark – (1380) Venice is a world power but must defend herself against her jealous rivals and save their wealthy and watery city-state
A March on London – (1381) Wat the Tyler leads a peasant revolt against incredible repression. He had legitimate claims but goes about it all wrong.
Both Sides of the Border – (1400-1403) The continual state of unrest and warfare on both sides of the English and Welsh border are full of stirring adventures for our hero, Oswald Forster.
At Agincourt – (1413-1415) A Tale of the White Hoods of Paris and the most famous battle of the 100 Years’ War!
A Knight of the White Cross – (1470-80) Gervaise Tresham, a Knight of St. John draws his sword in the defense of Rhodes.
Henty Reformation / Exploration Titles
By Right of Conquest – (1521) Hernando Cortez conquers the Aztec Empire with a mere handful of Spaniards.
St. Bartholomew’s Eve – (1572) The Catholic forces in France attempt to crush the Protestants
By Pike and Dyke – (1579) William the Silent, as leader of the Dutch, rebels against their Catholic Spanish overlords and the Inquisition.
Under Drake’s Flag – (1580) Join Sir Francis Drake as he circumnavigates the globe.
By England’s Aid – (1585-1604) The 80 Years’ War against the Protestant Dutch Republic. Includes the defeat of the Spanish Armada!
Won by the Sword – (1640’s) A Tale of the 30 Years’ War involving France, Germany, the Holy Roman Empire and even Sweden!
Friends Though Divided – (1642) A stirring tale of the English Civil War from both sides of the conflict..
When London Burned – (1666) Our hero Cyril survives the plague and saves lives during the Great Fire of London.
Henty Modern History Titles
In The Reign of Terror – (1789-99) The French Revolution comes to life in this stirring novel
Through Russian Snows – (1812) Napoleon attempts to defeat the Russians, but the Russian winter defeats him instead!
Through the Fray – (1812) The Industrial Revolution sparks the Luddite Rebellion in Southern England.
One of the 28th – A Tale of Waterloo – (1815) A Tale of Waterloo and the Final Defeat of Napoleon. By G. A. Henty
A Final Reckoning – (1830’s) Australia in the 1830’s is a wild place. Reuben Whitney makes his mark in conflicts with the Aborigines and Bushrangers
Out on the Pampas – (1850s) The Hardy family relocates to Argentina with other Brits trying to start a new life. (Henty’s first adventure novel!)
Jack Archer – A Tale of the Crimean War – (1853) A Tale of the Crimean War. By G. A. Henty
Henty American History Titles
With Wolfe in Canada – (1756-63) James Walsham participates in the French and Indian War.
True to the Old Flag – (1774-81) A tale of the American Revolution, from an Englishman’s point of view!
Captain Bayley’s Heir – (1850s) Frank Norris finds excitement, adventure, and riches in the California Gold Fields.
The Heart of the Rockies – (1860’s) Big-game hunts, Native Americans, avalanches and gold mining. The American West writ large!
With Lee in Virginia – (1861-65) A fascinating tale of the U.S. Civil War from a Southerner’s perspective!
Young Listeners Collection
Uncle Rocky, Fireman! – Wonderful stories of brave servants that inspire respect and admiration of these defenders of life and property.
Uncle Wiggily and the Little Tails! – Delightful animal stories for the very young.
Stories of the Pilgrims – A fascinating story of the Pilgrims following the children of William Brewster.
American History Stories – 200 American History stories, from the explorers to the Civil War.
True Stories of Great Americans – Short honoring biographies of 13 Great Americans.
Richard of Jamestown – The story of Jamestown Settlement through the eyes of a young man.
Peter of New Amsterdam – The story of early New York through the eyes of a young man.
The Familyman’s Christmas Treasury – Eight Christ-honoring stories that reflect the true meaning of Christmas. Highly recommended!
The Fate of the Yellow Woodbee – Introducing Nate Saint – Missionary to the Auca Indians
The Hidden Jewel – Introducing Amy Carmichael – Missionary to India
Mayflower Secret – Introducing Governor William Bradford – Leader of the Pilgrim Plantation
Escape From the Slave Traders– Introducing David Livingston – Missionary to Africa and Anti-Slavery Activist
The Bandit of Ashley Downs – Introducing George Mueller – Prayer Warrior and Orphan Caretaker
Spy for the Night Riders – Introducing Martin Luther – Father of the Reformation
Flight of the Fugitives – Introducing Gladys Aylward – Missionary to China
The Queens Smuggler – Introducing William Tyndale – Translator of the Bible into English
Shanghaied to China – Introducing Hudson Taylor – Missionary to China
Kidnapped by River Rats – Introducing William and Catherine Booth and the Salvation Army
Tunnel of Gold – When the Midas mine plays out, Goldtown may become a ghost town. Jem will do anything to find a way to help save the mine.
Badge of Honor – Jem Coulter and his sister Ellie’s lives are turned upside down when their father becomes sheriff of Goldtown, CA in 1864.
Classic Literature Titles
Treasure Island! – The incredible tale of buried treasure and the swashbuckling pirate Long John Silver!
Robinson Crusoe! – The classic tale of self-sufficiency and spiritual maturity while stranded on an island.
Autobiography of Frederick Douglass – The life and struggles of a former slave as told by himself. A must hear story if you want to understand the issue of slavery in America.
Joan of Arc – Most people are unaware that Mark Twain spent over a decade researching Saint Joan of Arc and wrote what he considered to be his greatest work – Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc
Harriet Tubman – Harriet Tubman was born a slave. She and her brothers, Ben and Henry, escaped from slavery on September 17, 1849.
Robin Hood – Join Robin Hood and Little John, Allan A Dale, Friar Tuck, and Maid Marion as they face off against the nasty Sheriff of Nottingham. In these medieval days of bows and arrows and county fairs, Robin Hood and his merry band of outlaws are beloved by all the common men, and live a happy life in Sherwood Forest.
King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table – Many of us know of King Arthur, Sir Lancelot, and Queen Guinevere, but are you familiar with the other characters surrounding Camelot and the Round Table? What was the significance of the Lady of the Lake, Merlin the Magician, Sir Mordred, and Morgana Le Fay?
Around the World in 80 Days – This amazing adventure story of Phileas Fogg and Passpartout circumnavigating the globe was serialized in a local French newspaper, Le Temps, in 1872. The circulation of that paper soared as people couldn’t wait for the next exciting chapter of this incredible adventure novel!
Old Time Radio Shows
You Are There – United States History Collection – The BEST Old Time Radio Show I’ve ever heard. This CD contains US History Stories reenacted with sound effects, multiple actors, and stirring music.
You Are There – World History Collection – The BEST Old Time Radio Show I’ve ever heard. This CD contains World History Stories reenacted with sound effects, multiple actors, and stirring music.