The man who tried to burn New York
This thoroughly researched work traces the life of Robert Cobb Kennedy, a Confederate soldier turned spy, and his involvement in the Northwest Conspiracy, a Confederate plot to burn major hotels in New York City
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Interesting story about a man (really, men) who tried to burn down New York city towards the end of the Civil War. the most interesting aspect about this book was the reason why these men felt the ... Read full review
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The Man Who Tried to Burn New York. By Nat Brandt. ([Syracuse, ny]: Syracuse University Press, 1986. Pp. xvi, 292. $19.95.) Early in 1864 the Confederate ...
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THE MAN WHO TRIED TO BURN NEW YORK, by Nat Brandt. (Berkley, $3.95.) In one of the more obscure incidents of the Civil War, a band of renegade Confederate ...
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Title: The man who tried to burn New York / Nat Brandt. Author: Brandt, Nat. Edition Statement: 1st ed. Imprint: Syracuse, NY : Syracuse University Press, ...
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