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New England and the Bavarian Illuminati (1918)

by Vernon L. Stauffer

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 048645133X, Paperback)

A conspiracy theory flourished in New England in 1798, destroying reputations and lives — but few have ever heard the story. This compelling work of forgotten history traces a secret society's rise, and surveys the tumultuous political, social, and religious atmosphere that allowed a panic involving the organization to spread.

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