Angie Mangino

Angie Mangino, a freelance journalist, is an author, researcher, editor, and book reviewer. She utilized her extensive research of the history ot Tottenville, Staten Island to author a book series that offers readers history as a conversation, a look that shows a global view of the impact of the people and events in Tottenville.

17th Century Tottenville Comes Alive is the first book in the series.

Her website hosts her Tottenville History blog and Book Review blog, as well as sharing more about her other writing.

info Subjects


Religion & Spirituality
Government & Politics


Tottenville History

notepad Skills

  • Books
  • E-books
  • Editing
  • Essays
  • Feature writing
  • Investigative reporting
  • Profiles
  • Blog posts

notepad Writing Credits

Staten Island Register, Women’s Day, Covey Club, Staten Island Parent, Fashion Market, Canadian Miner, Standard, Between the Lines, Toward Freedom, Staten Island Now, Neighborhood America, Busy Freelancer, Writer’s Weekly

notepad Book Credits

17th Century Tottenville History Comes Alive

Mothers’ Miracles

Encyclopedia of the US Government and the Environment

20/20 Vision

Everydaty Joy


How Big Can You Dream?

star Awards, Honors, Appointments

Premier Grant from the Council on the Arts & Humanities of Staten island

NY State Assembly Citation for Staten Island Woman in History

Selected Work

As author, unless indicated otherwise.


Growing Through Grief: Solo Travel and Finding Myself

My husband promised we’d see the world in retirement, but his life was cut short.


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