J.L. Bell recounts  anti-Catholic fervor in colonial New England and how George Washington helped bring that to an end, starting with a 1775 edict directed at American troops in the Boston area banning the annual celebration of Pope Night - the culmination of which was bonfire consuming an effigy of the pope.
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