This city is Sir Harry Flashman's first stop in America.
Flashman is here awaiting a voyage home to England.
This is a small town in southeast Pennsylvania.
This is home to Franklin Benjamin Sanborn.
This lies at the meeting place of the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers between grand heights on either side.
This is the site of a ramshackle, three-story house and outbuildings located three miles from Harper's Ferry, VA.
This secret organization is dedicated to the preservation of slavery as an institution.
Narrator Sir Harry Flashman's home when he eventually returns from all his misadventures worldwide, this city includes a lakeside home nicknamed Gandamack for the establishment that Flashman frequents in Kabul, Afghanistan.
New York, NY
Described in 1959 as a city of no architectural interest, this city is a stopover for narrator Harry...
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