Upcoming Book Events

This winter into spring, I look forward to meeting some of you during upcoming book events.  My latest book called “Hidden & Forgotten Places of Rhode Island History is now available. I am also working with Loren Spears of the Tomaquag Memorial Indian Museum on a book project about the 1st Rhode Island Regiment.

Here are a few upcoming dates

On Saturday, February 20th, I will be at the Rhody Fresh Farmers Market at the Hope Artiste building in Pawtucket from 9:00-1:00 p.m.

On Saturday, February 27th at 1:30 p.m., I will be moderating and participating in a discussion with authors from the blog smallstatebighistory.com on “Rhode Island and the Civil War: Lessons Learned and their IMpact Today”. Joining me will be North Kingstown historian Tim Cranston, and Civil War author and Vietnam veteran Frank Grzyb.

On Monday, April 18th at 7:00 p.m. I will present a talk entitled “Citizen Varnum and His Fight for the Veterans of the Revolutionary War”.

On Saturday & Sunday May 7th & 8th, I will be at Smith Castle’s Heritage Days with a talk & signing.


About rag57

Local historian writing about Native American and Colonial history in Rhode Island and New England
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