(Hour 2c) James Patrick Riley was delighted with the Girard Family’s Review of Courage, NH.
The Fourth of July rainout made for good family television time.
Riley educated us on colonial times justice, Portsmouth style, involving a stolen cow. We learned about navigation acts that could have severely hindered trade, if the laws had been enforced.
Also, a fascinating newspaper accounting of vigilante justice.
Read Riley’s Blog: An Encouraging Dose of Tar and Feather