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Spirits of '76: Ghost Stories of the American Revolution
John F. Blair, Publisher
6 x 9
Where history abounds, so do ghosts. And thus, the Revolutionary War yielded the first truly “national” ghosts of the United States. Arranged geographically from Maine to Georgia, these 44 full-length stories offer the ghostly lore of the 13 original American colonies, plus Vermont and Maine.
The accounts will take you to the 18th-century battlegrounds, homes, public buildings, and other sites where the spirits of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Betsy Ross, Molly Pitcher, and Benedict Arnold, just to name a few, are said to linger.
In addition to the 44 stories, Spirits of ’76 offers a directory of additional haunted Revolutionary War sites for each geographic area.