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February 2021

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Angie Mangino, 347-489-4009, [email protected]

Tottenville History Comes to Life

in the 1st of a Series of Books


Staten Island, New York – Author and journalist, Angie Mangino, brings 17th history to life in the first in a series of books highlighting people and events in Tottenville and their impact on Staten Island, New York City, US, and World history. Initially published only in Kindle edition, numerous requests for a paperback edition were answered with the recent release of a print edition on February 14, 2021, a Valentine gift to her readers.


In 17th Century Tottenville History Comes Alive, author Angie Mangino, looks at the history of Tottenville, Staten Island, NY and the impact of the people and events that took place there from a local and global perspective. She then invites you to imagine what it would be like to experience these events yourself.


More than a list of historical facts, Mangino takes you by the hand and introduces you to the important people of the era. Historical facts become interesting stories as she leads you through the events that occurred in this small enclave of Staten Island, New York and shows you their impact on a global scale.


As to why she wrote the book, Mangino says, “We learn from the past to better live the future.”


Angie Mangino is resident of Tottenville since 1978, a former investigative reporter for the Staten Island Register weekly newspaper, and a freelance journalist since 1995. She is author of numerous publications online and in print, including articles on a variety of subjects, essays, and book reviews. In addition, she is a contributing author to several anthologies and to an academic book.


The Council on the Arts & Humanities Staten Island awarded a grant to her in 1999 to research the history of Tottenville to conduct an interactive workshop in the community. In 2000 the New York Public Library sponsored another workshop at the Tottenville Branch, and in 2002 the N.Y. State Assembly named her a Staten Island Woman in History.


17th Century Tottenville History Comes Alive, (Amazon, $9.99, 87 pages, 6x9, paperback, ISBN:9798602236576 February 14, 2021 $2.99 Kindle, ASIN: B07KNYBGJ6 November 17, 2018) is available in paperback and kindle formats at amazon.com. https://amzn.to/3ueVMYz


CONTACT: Angie Mangino, 347-489-4009, [email protected]

Available on Amazon

https://amzn.to/3ueVMYz


Interviews


BIO

Angie Mangino, a former investigative reporter for the Staten Island Register weekly newspaper, is a freelance journalist who has been providing quality service to editors since 1995. Her publications online and in print include articles on a variety of subjects, essays, and book reviews as well as her contributions to anthologies and an academic book. In 2013 the American Society of Journalists and Authors (ASJA) accepted her as a member. She critiques unpublished manuscripts for other authors and is a copy editor.


Having lived in Tottenville since 1978, the Council on the Arts & Humanities Staten Island awarded a grant to her in 1999 to research the history of Tottenville to conduct an interactive workshop in the community. In 2000 the New York Public Library sponsored another workshop at the Tottenville Branch, and in 2002 the N.Y. State Assembly named her a Staten Island Woman in History. She was interviewed on the 50 Plus show at the local Community TV station and included in Gabe Pressman’s report on Tottenville on WNBC.

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