Presentation and Book Signing The North Shore Historical Museum July 25, 2015 Glen Cove, NY
Story By Francis S. Carl and Denice Evans Sheppard
Footsteps of a Forgotten Soldier
August 2010- The African American Civil War Museum in Washington, DC a presentation of
David Carll the Civil War soldier
The Life and Times of David Carll
February 7, 2015 Book Signing at the Oyster Bay Historical Society
Presentation and Book Signing The Quogue Library
Saturday August 22, 2015 Quogue, NY
St. Barth 4th Annual Event hosted by Social Life Magazine July 18, 2015 Bridgehampton, NY 11932
Long Island Author's Showcase & Working Seminar hosted by Verdel Jones
November 4, 2017 Farmingdale NY
Joins us live online February 8, 2016 as Verdel Jones interviews authors Francis S. Carl and Denice Evans Sheppard. We will discuss our book 'Footsteps of a Forgotten Soldier The Life and Times of David Carll'.
March 2014-The story of David Carll being told by author Denice Evans Sheppard in River Head Long Island
2014-Presidential Certificate to honor the memory of David Carll's service to the country signed
by President Barack Obama
November 2013- Presentation at the Oyster Bay Historical Society
On February 24th, 2018 at 3:00 pm, the Oyster Bay Historical Society will host in the Angela Koenig Center gallery three authors for an honest and open conversation regarding our Town’s soldiers who served in the Civil War and the obstacles and adversities they had faced upon their return home. Book signing and refreshments will immediately follow. The program is $5.00 for current members of the Oyster Bay Historical Society and $10.00 for non-members. Advanced registration is required. To register, please call 516-922-5032 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Descendants of David Carll celebrating his legacy
Oyster Bay , New York June 16, 2012
February 26, 2014
Descendants of David Carll on the steps of New York City Hall after receiving a City Council Citation from Council Member Jumaane D. Williams in honor of David Carll 's service to New York and the 26th USCT regiment during the civil war.