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Friday, April 16, 2021

Giveaway: Win a copy of Black Man on the Titanic in the Rain Drops on Roses Giveaway!

Welcome to the Rain Drops on Roses Giveaway Hop hosted by MamatheFox


Yesterday, April 15, was Titanic Remembrance Day. It was on April 15, 1912, that the Titanic sunk on her maiden voyage and more than 1500 people died. Most of us know the names of at least some of the more well-known people who died as a result of the disaster including John Jacob Astor, Isador & Ida Strauss, and/or  Margaret (Molly) Brown. However, there were a lot more people who lost their lives that day whose names are not as nearly as well known. Joseph Larouche is one of those people. He was traveling on the ship with his pregnant wife and two daughters all of whom survived except for Joseph. Black Man in the Titanic is Joseph's story. This book does not only focus on his fatal voyage aboard the Titanic but his entire life up to that time as well. Joseph was from a prominent  Haitian family, and his history is intricately tied up with the history of that nation. In fact, his uncle was at one time President of Haiti. For more about this book, see our previous post Tips for Tuesday - Books: Black Man on the Titanic. Enter to win a copy below:

Giveaway Dates 4/16 - 4/30

Giveaway Open to 18+ US


Once you have entered our giveaway, hop around to the blogs listed below to see what other great prizes you can enter to win.
Disclaimer: Host and participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors and self-sponsoring bloggers who do not fulfill prize obligations.

6 comments:

  1. We toured a Titanic Museum and it was so interesting! Many people do not realize that many, many of the Titanic's lifeboats were sent away from the sinking ship with empty seats available!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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    1. I went to an exhibit like that once too. It was very interesting. I agree. Thanks for visiting Says Me Says Mom and your comment.

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  2. I commented on the What-To-Do Wednesday - The Friends Virtual Tour post, under Julie Waldron.

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    1. Thanks for letting us know and for visiting Says Me Says Mom.

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  3. President Abraham Lincoln was shot at, and nearly killed, almost two years before he was assassinated.

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    1. I did not know that. Thanks for sharing and for visiting Says Me Says Mom.

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