Monday March 29, 7-9pm via Zoom: Long Island Sound Maritime History

We have pleasure in offering you ‘Little Known Aspects of Long Island Sound Maritime History’ presented by author Bill Bleyer.

Join us for an evening with Bill Bleyer as we go through the least known tidbits from his new book Long Island and the Sea; a condensed version meant for boaters on LI Sound, including lighthouses, the islands of Block, Gardiners, Fishers and Long Island. He will touch on a wide range of topics including whaling, Captain Kidd, submarine testing, the steamboat Lexington disaster, the invasion by Nazi saboteurs, to name a few.Bill Bleyer was a prize-winning staff writer for Newsday, the Long Island daily newspaper, for thirty-three years before retiring in 2014 to write books and freelance for the newspaper and magazines. His work has been published in Civil War News, Naval History, Sea History, Lighthouse Digest and numerous other magazines, as well as in the New York Times, Chicago Sun-Times, Toronto Star and other newspapers. Bleyer graduated Phi Beta Kappa with highest honors in economics from Hofstra University, where he has been an adjunct professor teaching journalism and economics. He earned a master’s degree in urban studies at Queens College of the City University of New York.

For the Zoom link, please contact GreenwichSquadron@gmail.com
We encourage you to buy the book. For personally signed copies costing $24, email Bill directly: Bill Bleyer To obtain on Amazon for the same price: Click here
Our thanks go to our member Captain Joy Sherman for hosting this fine presentation.
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