Murder, Honor, and Law: Four Virginia Homicides Between Reconstruction and Great Depression

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Murder, Honor, and Law: Four Virginia Homicides Between Reconstruction and Great Depression - Hamm, Richard F, Professor

In 1868 a scion of one of the leading families of Richmond, Virginia, ambushed and killed the city's most controversial journalist over an article that had dishonored the killer's family. In 1892 a Democratic politician killed a crusading Danville minister after a dispute at the polls. In 1907 a former judge shot to death the son of the Nelson ...

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