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

    • December 15
    • American Treasures
    • National Constitution Center
      Bill of Rights Day Book Festival
      525 Arch Street, Independence Mall
      Philadelphia PA
      Moderator-run book talks run 10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    • January 28
    • American Treasures
    • Scituate Historical Society
      Dinner Meeting
      Scituate MA
      (This is a private event)
    • February 1
    • American Treasures
    • Boston Public Library
      Commonwealth Salon room
      (first floor, opposite Norman B. Leventhal Map Center)
      6:00 p.m.
  • See complete event calendar

Critical Acclaim for
American Treasures

“In American Treasures, Stephen Puleo once again educates, enlightens, and entertains us, this time through the history of the most important documents of our democracy.”
– David S. Ferriero, Archivist of the United States

"American Treasures is a fast-moving presentation and solid retelling of an inspiring story."
Kirkus Reviews

"This unique, easily digestible, and well-researched saga is ideal for general readers"
Booklist

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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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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 …

Boston Molasses Flood anniversary

Today is the 97th anniversary of the Great Boston Molasses Flood of 1919, which I write about in my book, “Dark Tide.” If you haven’t read the book, I hope …