The New York Conspiracy by Daniel Horsmanden, Copyright 1971
"Like the Salem witch trials, but much more murderous, the New York Conspiracy of 1741 was one of the most extraordinarily revealing events in American colonial history. This account of the trials of 20 whites and more than 150 slaves was compiled by Daniel Horsmanden, one of the judges."
Edited and with an introduction by Thomas J. Davis.
This book is in good condition with normal signs of use and handling.