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Murder in Minnesota, a collection of true cases.

Author: Walter N Trenerry
Publisher: St. Paul, Minnesota Historical Society, 1962.
Series: Publications of the Minnesota Historical Society.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Survey of murder in Minnesota committed between 1858 and 1917.
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Biography
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Trenerry, Walter N., 1917-
Murder in Minnesota.
St. Paul, Minnesota Historical Society, 1962
(OCoLC)904081399
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Walter N Trenerry
OCLC Number: 1432188
Description: vii, 252 pages illustrations, portraits 23 cm.
Contents: ch. 1. Death travels by river boat --
The murder of John B. Bodell and the lynching of Charles J. Rinehart, Lexington, 1858 --
ch. 2. War in Wright County --
The murder of Henry A. Wallace, 1858, and the lynching of Oscar F. Jackson, Rockford, 1859 --
ch. 3. Not to foster, but to slay --
The murder of Stanislaus Bilansky, St. Paul, 1859 --
ch. 4. The Christmas murders --
The lynchings of John L. Campbell, Mankato, 1865, Alexander Campbell and George Liscom, New Ulm, 1866, and the murder of John Spenner --
ch. 5. Rally, Philadelphians! --
The murder of George W. Northup, Duluth, 1868 --
ch. 6. Bobolink's last war whoop --
The murder of the John Cook family, Oak Lake, 1872 --
ch. 7. The lady vanishes --
The disappearance of Helen McArthur, Crow Wing, and the lynchings of Gegoonce and Tebekokechickwabe, Brainerd, 1872 --
ch. 8. Highwaymen came riding --
The murders of Joseph L. Heywood and Nicholas Gustavson, Northfield, 1876 --
ch. 9. A night with French Lou --
The murder of James Malone, Winona, 1879. ch. 10. Two affronted ladies --
The murders of John Murphy, St. Paul, 1887, and James Scanlan, Minneapolis, 1888 --
ch. 11. High stakes and green goods --
The murder of Katherine Ging, Minneapolis, 1894 --
ch. 12. The end of the rope --
The murders of Johnny and Mary Keller, St. Paul, 1905 --
ch. 13. Six women who kept a secret --
The murder of Louis Arbogast, St. Paul, 1909 --
ch. 14. The case of the convenient cliff --
The murder of Mary Fridley Price, Minneapolis, 1914 --
ch. 15. Murder by professionals --
The murder of Alice McQuillan Dunn, St. Paul, 1917 --
Appendix : those who were hanged --
A note on criminal procedure --
Footnotes --
Index.
Series Title: Publications of the Minnesota Historical Society.

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Survey of murder in Minnesota committed between 1858 and 1917.

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