New. Shrinkwrapped. Northeast Folklore XLII The story of a black settlement known as Atusville near Machias, Maine. The author explores the folklore surrounding the community using documentary and oral history sources. The result is the recovery of a number of remarkable tales involving the participation of slaves in the American Revolution, the outbreak of racial violence, rumors of the Underground Railroad, and encounters with the apparitions of the dead.
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