Award-winning Stephen Puleo is the author of American Treasures, The Caning,
A City So Grand, The Boston Italians, Due to Enemy Action, and Dark Tide.

Events

    • September 26
    • Dark Tide
    • The Kensington
      665 Washington Street
      Boston MA
      (This is a private event.)
    • September 29
    • American Treasures
    • UMass-Boston Office of Lifelong Learning
      Neighborhood Club of Quincy
      (This is a private event.)
    • October 13
    • American Treasures
    • The Village at Duxbury
      Duxbury MA
      (This is a private event.)
  • See complete event calendar

Critical Acclaim for
American Treasures

"Puleo's vivid and detailed descriptions of characters and events will make readers feel like they are in the room with historic figures."
The Patriot Ledger

"American Treasures is an engaging exploration of Archibald MacLeish's assessment that 'they are not important as manuscripts, they are important as themselves.'"
— Pamela Toler, History in the Margins blog

"American Treasures delivers a captivating (and absolutely true) historical account of the priceless documents that have shaped America as a nation and the often-untold stories of patriotic acts to defend them."
Parade Magazine

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American Treasures

Steve Puleo's sixth book, American Treasures, is a sweeping history of a nation united to preserve the values embodied in its founding documents.

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Mid-year news and updates

It’s been several months since I’ve done an update, mainly because — thanks to readers’ support — I’ve been busy with many speaking events on my latest book, American Treasures: …

Thanks for a successful launch!

Thanksgiving week seems like such an appropriate time to express my gratitude to all of you for helping me with a successful launch of my latest book, American Treasures. I …

An American Treasures update

I’ve been getting ready for the launch of my upcoming book, American Treasures  (St. Martin’s Press, August 30, 2016). Considering the subject matter, it seemed appropriate to write as we …