TITLE

II: WAS HE LIVING?--WAS HE DEAD?

PUB. DATE
January 1914
SOURCE
Dark Hollow;1/1/1914, p4
SOURCE TYPE
Classic Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Book 1, Chapter 2 of the book "Dark Hollow" is presented. It explores the efforts of Deborah Scoville, the wife of John Scoville, who is convicted for the crime of murdering a man named Etheridge in Shelby, to challenge the verdict of Judge Ostrander. This chapter further describes the events when a woman named Miss Weeks narrated the incident occurred at the house of Ostrander.
ACCESSION #
34340363

 

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