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Espionage & The American Revolution : one Long Island woman's story
Anna Smith Strong, known by her friends as Nancy, appeared
to be another Tory sympathizer living in Setauket, Long Island during the
American Revolution. In fact she was an American patriot. Although
not a member of Washington’s Culper Spy Ring, she devised...
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Long Island's first witch - Goodie Garlick
“Goodie Garlick is a double-tongue woman.” –       Elizabeth Gardiner Howell, 1657             Elizabeth
Garlick, an East Hampton (Long Island , N.Y.) townswoman, was accused of
practicing witchcraft thereby causing the death of several infants and of havin...
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