Clearwater, FL, August 22, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- The new Samuel Tilden the Real 19th President book will be exhibiting at seven regional shows this fall. The book can be found at the PMA (the Independent Book Publishing Association) booth.
The shows are: PNBA, 9/19/2007 - 10/21/2007 - Meydenbauer Center, Bellevue, OR; NEBA, 9/27/2007 - 9/29/2007, Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, RI; SIBA, 9/28/2007 - 9/30/2007; Hilton Atlanta, Atlanta, GA; MPBA, 9/28/2007 - 9/30/2007, Denver Tech Marriott, Denver, CO; MBA, 10/5/2007 - 10/7/2007, River Centre, St. Paul, MN; NCIBA, 10/5/2007 - 10/7/2007, Oakland Convention Center, Oakland, CA; and NAIBA, 9/15/2007 - 10/14/2007, Sheraton Baltimore City Center, Baltimore, MD.
The Author Nikki Oldaker is also starting to schedule book signings, with the first being at Barnes and Noble, November 10th in Clearwater, FL. For links to these show go to the SamuelTilden dot com website.
Tilden never conceded his Presidency. Rutherford B. Hayes wrote in his diary election night that he was conceding because he believed Tilden beat him with the popular vote. Nikki was in awe of Tilden's political integrity and in 1997, she wrote a movie script about his conflict with Rutherford B. Hayes, titled, "Tilden." She researched numerous books and historical documents as well as newspaper accounts to write a compelling screenplay. The four months of conflict and voters protests during the 1876/1877 demonstrations uncannily looks similar to the last two Presidential elections between Gore/Bush and Bush/Kerry.
Nikki Oldaker is “a natural” who excels at whatever she undertakes. She plunged into her political breech in the 1992 Democratic Political Convention and two more successive ones managing “The VIP Backstage Room” for candidates and speakers who went before the TV cameras. This curiosity led her to Tilden and his presidency that was stolen by just one Electoral College vote.
Oldaker is available for interviews. Contact: Nikki Oldaker (727) 812-8905, Clearwater, FL - Her book is available on all online bookstores or can be purchased direct from the publisher at the Samuel Tilden web site. Oldaker is planning to have the Tilden book produced as a play or film.