Book on the High Middle Ages
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Thank you everyone for all of those recommendations!  They all sound like great books.  I'll see if we can get that "Illustrated History" through interlibrary loan, to start.  Regine Pernoud sounds very good, too.  In the meantime, I'll dust off my copy of the Canterbury Tales.  It would be fun to read those together, anyway, especially since Ryan's never had to read Chaucer before!
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This book is online at  http://www.archive.org/stream/thirteenth...6/mode/2up
In God we Trust

(07-29-2009, 11:59 PM)jovan66102 Wrote: The Thirteenth
Greatest of Centuries
by


James J. Walsh, M.D., PH.D., LL.D.
Acting Dean and Professor of the History of Medicine and of
Nervous Diseases, Fordham University School of
Medicine; Professor of Physiological
Psychology at St. Francis Xavier's
and Cathedral Colleges,
New York.

with illustrations

Catholic Summer School Press
New York, 1907

To Right Rev. Monsignor M. J. Lavelle,

Rector of St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York, Sometime President of the Catholic Summer School, to whose fatherly patronage this book is largely due, and without whose constant encouragement it would not have been completed, it is respectfully and affectionately dedicated by the author. 

http://www2.nd.edu/Departments//Maritain.../walsh.htm

Old, but still a classic! You can probably find it in a good library.
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