I read Team of Rivals when it was released, I probably should read it again as its been a while. It was, and still is, a remarkable work. Lincoln was so much more savy about leading a nation than the East Coast political parties powers that be expected. AN amzing story.
I am not familiar with The Past Through Tomorrow, even though I began reading Heinlein when I was in grade school. I'll look it up.
Well, that's interesting - I see volumes of Heinlein's The Past Through Tomorrow offered for sale for anywhere from $300.00 to $500.00 per volume, but I also see used paperback volumes offered for about 20 bucks. There seems to be a strong market still for this set of stories, or someone is just very optimistic about the demand for a book published in in hardback in January 1, 1987, but the paperback is said to be published ( on Amazon's site ) on Jan 1, 1705 which I kinda doubt. 😎
There is a single used paperback version available for $19.28 which I ordered. We'll see if it ever shows up - it is expected to arrive before March 🥺
Speaking of Fremont! Steve Inskeep wrote "Imperfect Union: How Jessie and John Fremont Mapped the West, Invented Celebrity, and Helped Cause the Civil War" is a rowsing read too.