Fall River outrage : life, murder, and justice in early industrial New England /
Fall River Outrage recounts one of the most sensational and widely reported murder cases in early nineteenth-century America. When, in 1832, a pregnant mill worker was found hanged, the investigation implicated a prominent Methodist minister. Fearing adverse publicity, both the industrialists of Fal...
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|Author / Contributor:||Kasserman, David Richard.|
|Imprint:||Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 1986.|
|Series:||UPCC book collections on Project MUSE.
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