Join us Tuesday, October 10, for a evening of thrilling tales and fascination with local author Ted Pulliam!
His latest book, True Tales of Old Alexandria, debuted on September 2.
Stories from the beheading of an Englishman to the buried ships of Robinson Landing. The streets of Alexandria have born witness to singular individuals and stirring events in their long history. In 1623, just across the Potomac River, an English adventurer walked into an Indian village and literally lost his head. In 1654, a notorious woman became the first European to own land in what would become Alexandria. A hundred years later, George Washington and General Braddock marched from Alexandria to a massacre and in 1814 the British looted the city. Read the true history of Robinson Landing, the seedy story of Del Ray and the tale of Major George Patton and the 1930s cavalry at Fort Myer.
The book will be available for purchase and signing after the event!
Thanks to Hooray for Books! You can visit them online or in person. https://www.hooray4books.com/
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