Many of the stories have never before been widely circulated in print. Seaside Spectres contains 33 tales from the state's coastal region. In "The Cursed Town," the Beaufort County story, you'll read about the curse laid on Bath by an eighteenth-century preacher--a curse from which the town has never recovered. In "Terrors of the Swamp," the Camden County story, you'll learn of unexplained happenings in the Great Dismal Swamp--mysterious lights, a ghostly haunting from the American Revolution, and an awful creature called the Dismal Swamp Freak.
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In "The Fraternity of Death," the New Hanover County tale, you'll meet the nineteenth-century cult whose members mocked the Last Supper and died under mysterious circumstances soon afterward, inspiring a story by Robert Louis Stephenson. From until , Barefoot served three terms in the North Carolina House of Representatives, representing the 44th district.
He has also served on numerous boards and is active in his church and community. Barefoot currently serves as the city attorney for Lincolnton, North Carolina. Folio sheet.
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Written on the occasion of the Battle of Bunker Hill. Franklin wrote a short, pointed letter stating, "You are The original was never sent to Strahan, but Franklin did use this in printed propaganda thereafter.
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Original yellow cloth. Ex-library with the usual markings. Jacket affixed to the binding.
Publisher: Remsen, Friends of Baron Steuben: Map on the back wrap. Wraps creased at the corners. By: Klein, Milton M.
Howard eds. Original red cloth. Frontispiece portrait of Robertson.
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Publisher: N. Unpaginated 16pp. By: Lossing, Benson J. Publisher: Rutland, Charles E. Tuttle: Volume II only. Lacking volume I.
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Reprinted from the plates of a 19th century edition. Traces of soil to the back cover. By: Lowenthal, Larry ed. Publisher: Washington, D. Illustrated, including a facsimile reprint of the first page of the journal. Publisher: Boston, Federal Street Church: William Mackay is one of the lesser known-though not less important-Sons of Liberty. They were responsible for successful opposition to The Stamp Act. He was a businessman in Boston who opposed the Stamp Act.
His estate was in the possession of the Sons of Liberty bowl that was made by Paul Revere in By: Morgan, Edmund S. Publisher: NY, Collier Books: Edmund Morgan received the Pulitzer Prize in Spine creased. Numbers in marker to the heel of the spine. Ownership inscription to the first prelim. Publisher: Madison, Madison House: Some creasing to the wraps.