Ghosts of the Erie Canal

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GHOSTS of the ERIE CANAL

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Author: Anthony J. Gerst.

Tales of Ghosts, spirits and spooks along, under and near the Erie Canal.
Initially conceived in 1793, the Erie Canal was a project that wouldn’t go away. It continued to come up in the political and financial institutions of New York, until De Witt Clinton made it his main gubernational issue of 1817. On July 4th, 1817 after De Witt’s¬†election , work began on the canal In Rome, New York. The project was completed in 1825. In October of that year the Seneca Chief, with Gov. De Witt Clinton on board, made its journey from Buffalo, to the east end of the canal, then on to New York.
This Book is a collection of the eerie happenings along this route.

Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.8 x 0.7 inches
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