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calendarFeb 01   issueIssue 002

The Ghost Ship of Brooklyn by Robert P. Watson.

The most horrific struggle of the American Revolution occured just 100 yards off New York, where more men died adoard a rotting prison ship lost to combat during the entirety of the war. Included are accounts culled from old newspapers, diaries, and military reports, following the lives and ordeals of the ship's few survivors to tell the story of the cursed ship that killed thousands of Americans and yet helped secure victory in the fight for independence.


Ghost by Glenn Puit

Follow the decades-long trail of former state trooper, John Addis's manipulation and decent into madness.


Come On All You Ghosts by Matthew Zapruder

Direct and surprising poems, about the desire to do well and make art.


Ghost by Fred Burton

Bruton takes a counter-terrorism professional look at the frontline's of America's involvement in the War on Terror.


Genealogy Series: U.S. Federal Census Records

Feb. 12 @6:30 PM

Learn all about U.S. Federal Census records including how to use them to track your family's genealogy.