New England Legends and Folklore
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Chartwell Books, 2017.
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9780760361764
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Samuel Adams Drake., & Samuel Adams Drake|AUTHOR. (2017). New England Legends and Folklore . Chartwell Books.

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Samuel Adams Drake and Samuel Adams Drake|AUTHOR. 2017. New England Legends and Folklore. Chartwell Books.

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Samuel Adams Drake and Samuel Adams Drake|AUTHOR. New England Legends and Folklore Chartwell Books, 2017.

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Samuel Adams Drake, and Samuel Adams Drake|AUTHOR. New England Legends and Folklore Chartwell Books, 2017.

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