The Liberty Boys Running The Blockade; Or, Getting Out Of New York


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The Liberty Boys of "76" was a weekly magazine containing stories of the American Revolution published between 1901 and 1924. S. A.D. Cox, Cecil Burleigh and others were the authors, using the pseudonym Harry Moore. Stories published include: The Liberty Boys and "Captain Jack"; or, Learning the Enemy's Plans (1907), The Liberty Boys' War Trail; or, Hunting Down the Redskins (1907), The Liberty Boys and the Tory Girl; or, The Scheme to Destroy New-York (1909), The Liberty Boys' Trumpet Blast; or, The Battle Cry of Freedom (1909), The Liberty Boys' Only Surrender and Why it Was Done (1915), The Liberty Boys at Hanging Rock; or The Carolina Game Cock (1916), The Liberty Boys After Logan; or, The Raid of the Mingo Indians (1919), The Liberty Boys on Barren Hill; or, Fighting with Lafayette (1919), The Liberty Boys' Lightning Sweep; or, The Affair at Rugeley's Mill (1919), The Liberty Boys and the Dumb Messenger; or, Out with the Mountain Men (1919), The Liberty Boys in the Swamp; or, Fighting Along the Santee (1919), The Liberty Boys on the Watch; or, The Plot to Invade New York (1920), The Liberty Boys Chasing "Wild Bill, "; or, Fighting a Mysterious Troop (1921), The Liberty Boys Running the Blockade; or, Getting Out of New York (1922), The Liberty Boys Girl Recruit; or, Spying on General Howe (1923) and The Liberty Boys and "Wild Nell"; or, The Gypsy Girl's Plot (1924).
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