The Long Island Native and Black History Newsletter
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: DECEMBER 20, 2006 — "The
Island", a new book about growing up on
the Island will be available for advance sales on December 27, 2007
from Lulu Publishers at www.lulu.com. Lulu publishers is the
fastest-growing print-on-demand digital printer has published the book,
in conjunction with Rams Horn Publishing Company. Rams Horn
is a part of L & P International. The new book gives us insight
the lives of a family with Long Island Native American and African
Sandi Brewster-walker has written the book about
her early life in North Amityville, Long Island, New York during the
1940s and 50s, when her family was considered "colored".
She talks openly about her ancestors’ experience
in the small North Amityville hamlet. "North Amityville was just
area that the Township of Babylon claimed, because neither the Town of
Huntington nor the Village of Amityville wanted the land, or its
colored people, when the Village of Amityville was incorporated,"
Brewster-walker tells us. For complete press release please
follow this link - PRESS
Email from Sandi
First, I would like
thank everyone for the wonderful emails and telephone calls I received
Many have asked me about how and where to purchase my book The Colored
from Long Island, so I developed the attached information sheet with a form
purchase a "signed copy." The information sheet will tell you how
order a signed copy, purchase from a book store or online. It is
designed for your family and friends, who are non-internet users.
If you still have any questions, please call 202-558-7480 anyone in my
will be able to assist you.
Thanks and have a great 2007!