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"Once you get into this great stream of history, you can't get out."
-President Richard M. Nixon
Michael Rubbinaccio is the author of three New York City history books, most recently Bickmore's Big Adventure, The Travels of Albert S. Bickmore and the Founding of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. He earlier wrote New York's Father is Murdered! The Life and Death of Andrew Haswell Green and Abraham Oakey Hall: New York's Most Elegant and Controversial Mayor. These books take the reader back to the antique days of old New York and tell the interesting stories that made the city unique.
Michael is also interested in the life and career of Richard Nixon and is an amateur Nixon historian and expert. He is almost finished with a multi-volume series on Nixon with more books to come.
Michael has written for several newspaper, magazine, and television outlets. He attended the world-renowned University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism where he received a Bachelor's degree in Journalism. He later received a Master's degree in Strategic Communications and Leadership from Seton Hall University in New Jersey. For nearly 20 years, Michael has worked at large companies in the Seattle area in corporate communications and communications consulting. A native first of Dallas, Texas and then New Jersey, Michael Rubbinaccio lives in Seattle, Washington.