Port Town Tells the Vivid History of Long Beach and its Port

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Port Town — the epic new history of how the people of Long Beach built, defended and profited from their port — is now available in e-book and paperback formats.

Written by maritime journalists George and Carmela Cunningham, the book debuted on June 20 at the Long Beach Public Library Foundation’s 12th annual “Grape Expectations” benefit fundraiser. 

Port Town, which is already getting positive reviews, is available in Kindle and paperback versions on Amazon. The Kindle version is $1.99 and the paperback is $11.89. The book is also available as a free download on iTunes as an iBook.

Limited edition leatherette, hardcover copies will be available for sale for $45 at ”Port Town: A Historical Photo Exhibit” at the Historical Society of Long Beach gallery, 4260 Atlantic Ave., opening Aug. 7 and continuing through Nov. 6.

All proceeds from the hardcover book sales will benefit the Historical Society.

Keep up to date with all of the book-related news by visiting porttown.polb.com.

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