One-year update on the Dayton book.

Today is the first anniversary since publishing our book, so it’s fitting to provide a progress report on fulfilling our commitment to those historians who assisted us.

As you might remember, Jim and I assured the experts that we would not profit from the sale of our book. Instead, after our costs of publication and distribution of donated copies to a variety of libraries, genealogy centers and historical societies, any revenues generated would be contributed to organizations on Long Island.

Our desire to offer the book at a very low margin has slowed progress toward “breaking even” but, even so, Jim has contributed small amounts to two Long Island historical societies.

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