MURDER IN MINNESOTA. A Collection of True Cases

Author: Trenerry (Walter N.)
Year: 1962
Publisher: The Minnesota Historical Society
First Edition
Edition Details: 1st US edn.
Book Condition: NrF.
Price: 15.00
Hardback. This book surveys the art of murder as practiced in the North Star State between 1858, when Minnesota was admitted to the Union, and 1917. Contents include : The Murder of John B. Bodell and the Lynching of Charles J. Rinehart, Lexington, 1858. The Murder of Henry A. Wallace, 1858, and the Lynching of Oscar F. Jackson, Rockford, 1859. The Murder of Stranislaus Bilansky, St. Paul, 1859. The Lynchings of John L. Campbell, Mankato, 1865, Alexander Campbell and George Liscom, New Ulm, 1866, and the Murder of John Spencer. The Murder of George W. Northup, Duluth, 1869. The Murder of the John Cook Family, Oak Lake, 1872. The Disappearance of Helen McArthur, Crow Wing, and the Lynchings of Gegoonce and Tebekokechickwabe, Brainerd, 1872. The Murders of Joseph L. Heywood and Nicholas Gustavson, Northfield, 1876. The Murder of James Malone, Wincona, 1879. The Murders of John Murphy, St. Paul, 1887, and James Scanlon, Minneapolis, 1888. The Murder of Katherine Ging, Minneapolis, 1894. The Murders of Johnny and Mary Keller, St. Paul, 1905. The Murder of Louis Arbogast, St. Paul, 1909. The Murder of Mary Fridley Price, Minneapolis, 1914. The Murder of Alice McQuillan Dunn, St. Paul, 1917. Illus., Appendix (Those Who Were Hanged), + A Note on Criminal Procedure, Footnotes and Index. 252pp. 8vo. h/back. From the library of true-crime writer, Wilfred Gregg, with his personal b/plate. Nr. F. with no dw.


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