A Puritan in Voodoo-Land

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2006 - 476 pages
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Narrative Of A Journey Few Women Of The Time Would Have Undertaken. Driven By A Desire To See The Land Described In The Fragmentary Records Of An 18th Century New England Ancestor Who Transported Negroes From The African Slave Coast, This Modern Young Puritan Visits The Mysterious Voodoo Land Of Haiti. The First Time A Complete Picture Of This Magic Island Was Offered The Public. Here Is The Very Atmosphere Of The Exotic Black Republic, Its Beauty And Horror, Including The Strange, Prehistoric Monster That Is Found Only On The Island Of Haiti.

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