Leland took up arms against King Louis-Philippe in the 1848
revolution in France, popularized the term "emancipation" of
slaves, fought for the Union in the American Civil War, and
unearthed a diverse collection of folklore, including the alleged
"bible" of pagan witchcraft. A life-long truth-stretcher and
story-teller, he tells his own tale in this disarming 1893 memoir.
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