FOREVER SILENCED: THE STORY OF THE GETTYSBURG GUN BY STEPHEN EVANGELISTA

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A new book on the famed Gettysburg Gun of the First Rhode Island Light Artillery has made its way to us by the author, Stephen Evangelista.

The author’s description says it best:

Discover the history of the Gettysburg Gun and its epic, incredible story of survival. This multifaceted voyage into the past chronicles the cannon’s often perilous journey through three centuries, providing new insights, unique perspectives, and intriguing eye-witness account.

Forever Silenced: The Story of the Gettysburg Gun is meticulously researched, vividly written, colorfully displayed, and masterfully told. It utilizes public and private collections, personal letters, historic government documents, official testimony, and rare glimpses of never-before-seen photographs.

Combining first-person narratives, interviews, hands-on analysis, and a rich visual history, Forever Silenced breathes new life into the Gettysburg Gun and brings to light the story of one of America’s most cherished relics.

This book is paperback, 107 pages. All proceeds of this book benefit Battery B, First Rhode Island Light Artillery’s living history educational programs.  [cla] [ph:cla]

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