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A place to make recommendations for functions or features you'd like to see incorporate into LibraryThing. Sometimes known as "Recommended Site …
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Come and jump through history with us. This is a group for anyone who loves to read about history. We have monthly themes chosen and hosted by our …
Any member who wants to talk about books, people, events that happened that long ago. What were you reading 50+ years ago? In elementary school? In …
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Devoted to those who enjoy reading non-fiction, even when they don't have to.
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A place to discuss books on military history and related topics.
From biblical history to the arab-Israeli conflict and everything in between. Recommendations and discussions welcome.
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This group is an extension of a rather ambitious personal reading goal. I hope to read about the Reformation Era in England and Europe, focusing …
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Reading about all the former presidents will show what has lead up to the historical events that are being made in 2009. My sister and I are both …
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A group for those interested and involved in entering the personal libraries of famous readers into LibraryThing as Legacy Libraries. For discussions …
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For those who love to delve into the past and get lost in a saga about a past era.
For anyone interested in ancient and medieval manuscripts, the history of books and related subjects. Topics of interest include the Dead Sea scrolls, …
A group for those who enjoy reading books on American History -- From Discovery through the present.
Group for talking about ancient history, particularly Greek and Roman, but also including that of other ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern …
Pulitzer, Booker, Nobel, Orange, PEN-Faulkner, Booker International, Whitbread, Hugo, Edgar, Nebula, etc. A place to discuss the merits and failures …
A group for those with an interest in medieval history, art, music, literature, philosophy, theology, language, warfare - in short, any aspect of …
All Aboard! This group is for the discussion of trains, railroads and railways, their equipment, function, books about railroad (and railways), …
For those who are interested in the history and culture of Elizabethan England.
Here's a place to discuss the history of theology and science. Augustine, to Galileo, to Voltaire, to Papal Encyclicals. Biblical textual analysis, …
A group for readers who enjoy British history set during the 18th and 19th centuries, particularly the Georgian and Regency eras.
A group for anyone interested in what historical reality may lie behind the legend of the Trojan war, in how and over what period the Iliad and the …
A group for those interested in the study of religion globally, primarily with a historical perspective. Included would be early ritual evidence from …
American Revolution & Founding Fathers History
A group for people that like to read about Africa. Fiction, travel, history, or other material centered on Africa, from Egypt to South Africa, Senegal …
Group dedicated to those who enjoy the study of how war was waged between 1000 A.D. to 1550. Should include (but not exculsive to) theory, strategy, …
A group for those with an interest in naval history, naval fiction and tales of sailing.
For discussion of the history and archaeology of Roman and "Dark Ages" Britain, and of historical fiction set in that period. Authors are allowed to …
Open to fans of the French Revolution in history and fiction. Want to talk about a terrific historical novel or nonfiction history book on the period? …
1666 and all that: Pepys, Newton, Dryden, Wren, Charles II, the Restoration, Restoration Theater, the Great Fire... By extension, the 17th century in …
All things Chinese before about 1000 years ago
This is a group for those who are interested in the literary and cultural movment known as the Harlem Renaissance, circa 1920-30; in particular …
A place for discussing history in general. Why do you read history? What does it mean to you? How do you approach various interpretations of the past? …