7 edition of Ghosts of the Erie Canal found in the catalog.
2005 by Quixote Press .
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The Canal is Manchester city centres Rochdale canal. It has a trap door in the base near the canal lock 89 and this leads to the underground River, the river Tib. The river Tib is . Koerner's subsequent connections to Father Baker have been more positive. The Erie County resident recently completed his second book about the beloved Buffalo area priest, who died in at age The Father Baker Code is a sequel to Koerner's first book, The Mysteries of Father Baker, published in Jennie Jahonica was born in Huff, Holland. She started working in the fields around the age of ten and, for the next eleven years, “worked as hard as any man” (Indianapolis Journal) She married a man named Kineff (last name) and they had a child. He died when the baby was only a few months old.
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Ghosts of the Erie Canal Paperback – January 1, by Anthony J. Gerst (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, "Please retry" $ $ $ 1/5(1). Ghosts Along the Erie First Edition book filled with spooky tales of days past in the small village of Port Byron and the surrounding area around the old Erie Canal in central New York.
A must read for anyone with a connection to this part of the country. Read more.5/5(1). Anthony J. Gerst is the author of Ghosts of the Erie Canal ( avg rating, 10 ratings, 4 reviews, published ), The HAARP Letters ( avg rating, /5.
Once a bustling hub on the Erie Canal, Utica and the surrounding region still harbor some spirits from the industrial age. Old Main, Utica's shuttered psychiatric hospital, is one of the most haunted sites in New York State. John and Brand: One Horse Press. Tales of Ghosts, spirits and spooks along, under and near the Erie Canal.
Initially conceived inthe 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. O’GHOSTS. COME BACK AGAIN. An American Labor Story on the th Anniversary of the Birth of the Erie Canal.
Hugh Pratt. One day, walking on the historic site of the opening of the Erie Canal in Buffalo, New York, I imagined I heard the voices of the ditch diggers who began excavating the Erie Canal two hundred years ago on July 4th, The ghosts eyewitnesses tend to report are overwhelmingly just apparitions, fleeting and inscrutable.
Western New York seems as rich as anywhere for ghosts of this type. NEW. Ghosts of the North Coast: Legends, Mysteries and Haunted Places of Northern Ohio, Doug Dziama and Jennifer Dziama Teed,pp.
Trade PB $ NEW. From Lake Erie monsters to cursed Carousel horses to haunted wineries, Doug Dziama and Jennifer Dziama Teed explore some of the mysteries, legends and ghost tales of Northern [ ].
The theater is said to have at least two ghosts. Fred the Janitor, who worked at the theater in the s, died in the theater and is said to haunt the building, particularly the bathrooms.
The other ghost is a young woman, thought to be from a midth-century canal barge family, as the Ohio-Erie Canal originally ran through the theater site. Johnson, Johnnie C. Erie African Americans in () K Kendall, Martha E. The Erie Canal () Kunzog, John C.
The One-Horse Show, The Life and Times of Dan Rice, Circus Jester and Philanthropist () L Langmyer, Tom Lake Erie History and News (). This book goes over very well what was happening in the time period and how the canal effected many people's lives in the area, I personally just was not that interested in the novel itself.
If you are a history buff, then you will probably enjoy this This book is about the Erie Canal and when it was being made/5.
The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, abbreviated as the C&O Canal and occasionally called the "Grand Old Ditch," operated from until along the Potomac River from Washington, D.C., to Cumberland, canal's principal cargo was coal from the Allegheny Mountains.
Construction on the mile ( km) canal began in and ended in Length: miles ( km). Join Cheryl Harness on a fascinating and fun-filled trip as she depicts the amazing construction and workings of the Erie Canal. From the groundbreaking ceremony on the Fourth of July in to a triumphant journey down America's first superhighway, it's a trip Book Edition: Reprint.
In my research for a book on the War of I came across a few anecdotes of Niagara combatants accurately forecasting their deaths before battles. They were almost exclusively Native Americans or Celts.
Before the same battle at Fort Erie the two Scots William Drummond and Hercules Scott were reported to have sensed that it was all over.
# The Ghosts of Zoar, Vol. 1 The Ghosts of Zoar, Vol. 1, Ann Swain & Betty O’Neill-Roderick,photos, map, 69 pp $ Gentle-spirited vignettes from the sleepy little Tuscarawas County town of Zoar, site of an experiment in communal living by religious refugees from Germany, the Society of Separatists of Zoar.
Book is in Like New / near Mint Condition. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one. Text will be unmarked and pages crisp.
Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order. GHOSTS ALONG ERIE By Mary Ann Johnson **Mint Condition**.5/5(1). Erie Canal Museum -- Syracuse, N.Y. Several ghosts allegedly haunt the Erie Canal Museum, including arguing men, a woman who was killed in the building and children in the courtyard.
The ghosts of Erie Canal brawlers and loose women, even now, ply their trades along the former bustling towpath. Learn about strange Native American witchcraft that caught the attention of the U.S.
government and lost cemeteries rediscovered. Harness (Three Young Pilgrims; The Amazing Impossible Erie Canal) again takes an edifying look back at American history through a fictional lens. Here her angle is.
William Krejci, author of Ghosts and Legends of Northern Ohio will talk about his book at Mac's on Saturday, October 26th at 7 p.m. Hauntings and eerie tales abound in northern Ohio. Does Esther Hale, believed to have been executed for witchcraft, really haunt Columbiana County's Bowman Cemetery.
In Krejci's new book, GHOSTS AND LEGENDS OF NORTHERN OHIO, some stories are debunked, some long-standing mysteries are solved, and some new mysteries come to light.
$12 ticket includes your first glass of wine. Books will be available for purchase and signing following the program. Carry in food is permitted. Walking and Remembering Tour: The Erie Canal in Cohoes and the Ghosts of Child Laborers there is Joe Manning's search for the heroine in the book's cover photo, detailed in six chapters on Mr Manning's website, starting at Search for Addie There are many Ghosts of Cohoes and they are mainly children.
Our guide to the ruins of the Erie Canal. Ghosts and Legends of Northern Ohio (Kobo eBook) By William G. Krejci. $ Is Lonesome Lock on the Ohio and Erie Canal as haunted as rumors say. Click here to sign up for our monthly email newsletter, including store events, new books, and book news.
Main St. Hudson OH USA / Fax: “If I had to say, I think there’s a lot more activity around Christmas,” she said. One Southwest Ohio city takes the prize for most ghosts. Nor is Dayton one of the most haunted spots in Ohio, though there are many publicly-accessible buildings with activity going on, as well as a fair amount of private homes and properties where Woodyard has sensed an other-worldly presence.
The longest uninterrupted canal in history has been built, and it is now possible to travel by water from the American prairie all the way to Europe. Join Cheryl Harness on a fascinating and fun-filled trip as she depicts the amazing construction and workings of Brand: Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers.
Erie is home to many haunted places. both good and evil. A headless horseman, the spirit of a little girl that fell tragically to her death off a cliff, and one young churchgoer accidentally killed in a freak car accident, are just a few that can be seen -- or heard -- in our : Rebecca Styn.
Hauntings and eerie tales abound in northern Ohio. Does Esther Hale, believed to have been executed for witchcraft, really haunt Columbiana County's Bowman Cemetery. Is Lonesome Lock on the Ohio and Erie Canal as haunted as rumors say.
Do restless spirits stalk the rooms at the Wolf Creek Tavern in Norton and the Rider's Inn of Painesville. The Ghosts of Port Byron: Eerie Tales from an Erie Town by Johnson, Mary Ann and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Amazing Impossible Erie Canal: Harness, Cheryl, Harness, Cheryl: Books - (12).
The Erie Canal Illustrated by Peter Spier (Doubleday, ) 1st Edition/2nd Printing. Delightfully illustrated book about the Erie Canal set to the text of the famous Thomas Allen song.
Condition: Book in Very Good Condition with a square and tight binding and bright and clean contents. Lightly bumped at tips and spine ends. Slight musty Rating: % positive. The SS Watertown Ghosts mandatory The SS Watertown ghosts are classic examples of real ghosts caught on film.
The story behind the photograph dates back to December The SS Watertown was making its way to the Panama Canal from New York City. While the pirates go down to become watery ghosts wandering the Tonawanda shore, Flynn, with the aid of his trusty mule Ole Frank, tales his flatboat up the Falls to safety.
In an afterword, Kimmel explains the origin of his storya visit to a class that had been studying the Erie Canal, where he began to make up the idea of pirates My commonplace book ritual is a mix too. I cut, draw, write, turn the pages, pull books from my shelves.
I also use the internet to research or print accompanying pictures. You can keep a digital commonplace book (using programs such as Evernote, Microsoft OneNote, Mac Notebook, etc). For me, I enjoy the ritual of physical book.
The Sullivans, the Buffalo and Erie Canal Naval & Military Park is open to the public. Other historic ships housed here include the U.S.S. Little Rock and the U.S.S. Croaker. There is an outdoor exhibit area displaying other military vehicles and aircraft, including an Army M Tank and Air Force FF Voodoo Fighter Interceptor : Samantha Gill.
While on a weeklong road trip with Mazda USA across upstate New York, Melody and I visited the site of the Woodstock music festival, drove the Upper Delaware Scenic Byway, sampled food and wine in the Finger Lakes region, and toured historical Civil Rights locations.
But our journey also included stops at some of the most haunted places in New. Wherever our ghosts reside, that is a sacred part of us. Ghosts are eternal.
And on this day, July 4,the th anniversary of the birth of the Erie Canal, we may be able to realize how much we care about those ghosts of the Erie Canal and those who made it happen two centuries ago. The original Erie Canal was completed in Haunted churches, Masonic secrets, Iroquois legends, Civil War era ghosts, haunted theaters, and occult murders are just some of the mysteries of this old Erie Canal village, truly one of the hidden gems in all of Western New York.
All Saturdays, Sept. 26 through Octo 7 p.m. When Brooklyn was queer: telling the story of the borough's LGBT past F or five years Hugh Ryan has been hunting queer ghosts through the streets of the Erie Canal finally connected the Author: Dominic Rushe.
Set in a restored Queen Anne–style mansion, this B&B is reputedly haunted by the ghosts of twin Kehoe children who may have died while playing in one of the house’s fireplaces (now blocked up).
The inn’s website speaks of many reported sightings of the ghosts and the sound of children laughing and playing in the dead of night. This past weekend, I visited Mount Hope Cemetery in Logansport, Indiana. The city is named for James Renick-Logan (“Captain Logan”), a scout (of debated background) who served under William Henry Harrison in the War of When it was incorporated inthey chose the name Logan’s Port as the city was a port on the Wabash Erie Canal.
Hauntings and eerie tales abound in northern Ohio. Does Esther Hale, believed to have been executed for witchcraft, really haunt Columbiana County's Bowman Cemetery?
Is Lonesome Lock on the Ohio and Erie Canal as haunted as rumors say? Do restless spirits stalk the rooms at the Wolf Creek Tavern in.
When it was incorporated inthey chose the name Logan’s Port as the city was a port on the Wabash Erie Canal. The city’s slogan, “Where two rivers meet” speaks to the junction of the Eel and Wabash Rivers.The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, abbreviated as the C&O Canal and occasionally called the "Grand Old Ditch,"  operated from until along the Potomac River from Washington, D.C., to Cumberland, canal's principal cargo was coal from the Allegheny Mountains.
Construction on the mile ( km) canal began in and ended in .