Pennsylvania Fireside Tales: Origins and Foundations of Pennsylvania Mountain Folktales and Legends, Volume 2

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J.R. Frazier, 1997 - Legends - 169 pages
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The Black Ghost of Scotia
Juniata Gap
Through the Veil

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