The guns of Meeting Street : a Southern tragedy /

The story of murder and revenge in 1940s Edgefield County that ends with the execution of three people.

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Bibliographic Details
Author / Creator: Dorn, T. Felder.
Format: eBook Electronic
Imprint: Columbia : University of South Carolina Press, ©2001.
Online Access:Click here for full text at JSTOR
Table of Contents:
  • The Logue-Timmerman Case: A Chronology
  • Genealogy of the Logue, Timmerman, and Walton Families
  • The Setting and a Murder: September 1941
  • Edgefield County, Seat of History
  • The Shooting at Timmerman's Store
  • Roots: Family, Community, and Mores, 1800-1940
  • The Families of Meeting Street
  • A Legacy of Violence
  • A Desire to Serve: Sue Stidham Logue
  • A Policeman with Promise: Joe Frank Logue
  • Families at Odds: The Tragedy Begins
  • Solution and Tragedy: September-November 1941
  • The Investigation: Who Killed Davis Timmerman?
  • The Guns of Sunday: The Violence Continues, 16 November 1941
  • The Trial of Three Defendants: Lexington, January 1942
  • Preliminaries at Edgefield
  • People and Proceedings
  • The Case Against George and Sue
  • Clarence Bagwell: A Quest for Mercy
  • The Defense of George and Sue
  • Verdict
  • The Road to the Electric Chair: January 1942-January 1943
  • The Stansfield Appeals
  • The Penitentiary for Women
  • Death by Electrocution
  • Joe Frank in the Legal System: 1942-1960
  • The Edgefield Trial
  • The Nicholson Appeals
  • Prison and Parole
  • Afterthoughts and Aftermath: 1960-2000
  • The Elusive Truth
  • Personae in the Legal Drama
  • The Logues and the Timmermans.