NEW YORK FOLKLORE QUARTERLY
Vol. II, No. 2, May, 1946
UNION COLLEGE GHOST
James G. Shaw, Jr.
MANY years ago, the story goes, just after the Dutch
settled in the Mohawk Valley and when Schenectady
was still a cluster of rude cabins, one of the more
independent colonists settled with his daughter near the Scotia
end of the present B. and M. railroad bridge.
He was a quick-tempered old fellow, as irascible an old curmudgeon
as ever chased an ardent suitor from the side of an
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