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Murder in Minnesota: A Collection of True Cases (1962)

by Walter N. Trenerry

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Dedicated to
CLOTHO, LACHESIS, AND ATROPOS,
whose inexorable decisions are
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PREFACE -- This book surveys the art of murder as practices in the North Star State between 1858, when Minnesota was admitted to the Union, and 1917.
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Death Travels by River Boat
On the Minnesota frontier of the 1850s, the settlers praised the majesty of the law but often ignored it.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0873511808, Paperback)

Murder in Minnesota features some of the state's most infamous criminals a collection of fascinating and disagreeable characters usually ignored by historians. They live again in these pages as the conniving, clever, and or pitiful creatures they were. This treasury of vintage crime offers a vivid picture of Minnesota from the time it achieved statehood's in 1858 through 1917.

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