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[External Resource] Reconstructing Rachel: A Case of Infanticide in the Eighteenth-Century Mid-Atlantic and the Vagaries of Historical Research

URL: http://www.historycooperative.org/journals/pmh/130.4/keenan.html
Title: [External Resource] Reconstructing Rachel: A Case of Infanticide in the Eighteenth-Century Mid-Atlantic and the Vagaries of Historical Research
Creator: Keenan, Laura T.
Description: Laura Keenan's essay is an archival journey to learn more about Rachel Francisco, a woman with modest means, accused of infanticide in Delaware Valley, and how her life intertwined with one of the Valley's most prominent men, her defense attorney, John Dickinson.
Type: Article
Source: Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 130(4), 361-386.
Date: 2006
Contributor: HistoryCooperative.org
 

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