Woman turns love of historic island i...

Woman turns love of historic island into book

There are 1 comment on the Journal News story from Jul 30, 2008, titled Woman turns love of historic island into book. In it, Journal News reports that:

PHILIPSTOWN The Warner sisters spent their lives within a few rowboat strokes of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

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Karen Armstrong

Groton, CT

#1 Aug 3, 2008
I would love to get a copy of this book. As a descendant of Thomas Warner, chaplain at Westpoint from 1828-1838, it would be a wonderful read. I have a few Warner family letters from Thomas, Henry, Susan, and Anna Warner. Thanks!

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