A modern billionaire goes missing after buying the 'ancestral', allegedly haunted mansion of Ichabod's contemporary Lachlan Fredericks, who made it a haven for arts, merriment and safe liberty for all, even Abbie's slave-born ancestors. Ichabod makes the link, so she's found walled-in by a thorny vine, which is awoken by attempts to cut it, while her bodyguard is already killed. The book collection inside strikes Ichabod as identical to his wife's, which a letter snide proves. He wonders about her Covent's witchcraft part in evil taking over.
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Although both Abbie and Crane discuss Thanksgiving as if it were a common annual occurrence, Thanksgiving in the US was not as regularly celebrated in his time. The first Thanksgiving was in 1621, the second in 1623. During revolutionary times, several Thanksgiving days were declared. George Washington declared the first national Thanksgiving Day (a one-time event) in 1789, followed by Adams and Madison declaring Thanksgiving days during their presidencies. New York was the 1st state to adopt an annual Thanksgiving in 1817. Lincoln declared it a national holiday in 1863. See more
Lt. Abbie Mills
My ancestor brought your son into this world.
Quite heroically. I see the family resemblance. It seems that you and I, our paths were entwined from the very start.
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