JUST PUBLISHED! OUR STORY: THE LIVES AND LEGACY OF THOSE WHO SERVED IN BATTERY B FIRST RHODE ISLAND LIGHT ARTILLERY

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Written by Stephen Evangelista. Softcover, 7”x10”, 232 pages. Full color illustrations and photographs.

This newly published book takes a close look at the individual lives of the brave and heroic soldiers who served in Rhode Island’s Battery B. These men were ordinary people who lived during the extraordinary time of the American Civil War. Learn who they were as fathers, sons, brothers, and husbands. Enter the past, meet them face to face, and discover how their story is our story too.

Each chapter is dedicated to a different soldier and contains historical photos, documents and letters.

All proceeds from the sale of this book will support educational programs provided by the modern-day Battery B First Rhode Island Light Artillery Inc. [LD] [ph:L]

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