VIRTUAL EVENT: Meet the Author of “Jersey Stories”
Fagettaboutit-this is gonna be a good one. Mr. Local History welcomes author Fred Rossi for a chat about his book JERSEY STORIES. Virtual Meet and Signing.
ONE NIGHT ONLY:
LIVE VIRTUAL EVENT: JERSEY STORIES – “Stories you may not have heard about people and events in New Jersey’s History” A Book Discussion. Why? How? And why these stories…..
Get a copy of Fred’s Book “JERSEY STORIES” before or at the event AND get a 20% discount just by registering. It’s like you’re making money! And he’ll sign it too if you like.
Fred Rossi is coming out of the COVID lockdown with a vengeance!
Join the Mr. Local History Project as we talk with Fred about his book on lesser-known stories about interesting people and unusual events from the Garden State’s history. The book is “JERSEY STORIES – “Stories you may not have heard about people and events in New Jersey’s History”.
Among the stories he tells are: Albert Einstein’s years living in Princeton, a teenage Bruce Springsteen’s first time in a recording studio, President Garfield’s death in Elberon, the country’s first drive-in and fly-in theaters, a Garden Stater who almost became President, the Martian “invasion” of New Jersey in 1938, the Perth Amboy man who cast a historic vote 150 years ago, the arrest of the royal governor during the American Revolution, the Paterson silk worker who changed Italy’s history, various “firsts” that took place in New Jersey, and lots more!
REGISTER FOR THE EVENT AND GET A CHANCE TO WIN AN AUTOGRAPHED COPY OF “JERSEY STORIES”
Everyone attending the virtual event has the chance to win a signed copy of Rossi’s book, Jersey Stories. Just be present at the event when we will choose the winners.
About Fred Rossi:
Fred T. Rossi, a writer and journalist for over 30 years, has extensively researched some of the lesser-known stories about interesting people and unusual events from his home state’s history. A resident of Scotch Plains, this is Fred’s first book.
Above Image: Rossi lays claim to his own footnote in history, weaving the tale of his great-great-great-great-great-great grandfather, (six Greats) General Nathaniel Heard. A colonel in the rebel militia seeking independence from the British, it was Heard who on June 17, 1776, just before the Constitutional Convention, arrested William Franklin, the Royal Governor of New Jersey and the son of Benjamin Franklin, for treason at The Proprietary House in Perth Amboy. ” THANK GOD” MR. LOCAL HISTORY says!
About the Mr. Local History Project
The Mr. Local History Project is an all volunteer registered 501-c3 non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting local history with a social twist. The goal is to break tradition, test new ideas, and provide a fun and social environment to share history to fans of local history. “COVID-19 only tests our ability to find new ways to share local history.