Spirit of '76 Events

Book Signing with Dina Vargo, Author of "Wild Women of Boston"

Join us on Saturday, July 25th at noon for a book signing with Dina Vargo, author of Wild Women of Boston: Mettle and Moxie in the Hub

About the Book:

$19.99
ISBN: 9781626197954
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: History Press (SC) - May 4th, 2015

The Sons of Liberty are celebrated in the rebellious history of Boston--but what of their sisters? An audacious and determined procession of reformers, socialites, criminals and madams made the city what it is today. One hundred years before Rosa Parks, African American abolitionist Sarah Parker Remond refused to give up her seat while attending a play in Boston.


Book Signing with Sean Stellato, Author of "No Backing Down: The Story of the 1994 Salem High School Football Team"

***RESCHEDULED FROM THE 6/6 DATE! 

AWARDED 2014 Non-Fiction Book of the Year by Mascot Books!
 

No Backing Down is an enlightening first-hand account for the 1994 Salem HighSchool football team. It is a memoir of family support and guidance and of player relationships on a close team, drawn even closer by difficult circumstances in a town rich in controversy.
 

$24.95
ISBN: 9781620867808
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Mascot Books - August 5th, 2014

Boston Marathon History by the Mile (Spirit- Marblehead)

From Hopkinton to Boylston Street, the beloved 26.2 miles of the Boston Marathon mark historic moments and memories dating back to 1897. Town by town and step by step, follow author, journalist, and runner Paul C. Clerici as he goes deeper into each town and city along the route with firsthand descriptions of the course from the uphill climbs to the spirited sprints. Insightful anecdotes, from the naming of Heartbreak Hill to the incorporation of women runners, reveal meaningful racing heritage along the route.

$16.99
ISBN: 9781626194755
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: History Press (SC) - March 18th, 2014

From Hopkinton to Boylston Street, the beloved 26.2 miles of the Boston Marathon mark historic moments and memories dating back to 1897. Town by town and step by step, follow author, journalist, and runner Paul C. Clerici as he goes deeper into each town and city along the route with firsthand descriptions of the course from the uphill climbs to the spirited sprints.


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