Hatchet, August 2004, #4


August 2004, Vol. 1, No. 4, Issue #4. Contents include a study of Lizzie Borden and Bridget Sullivan as Fall River scapegoats and mascots, an interview with Michael Martins, a first-person account of a most unusual wedding at the Lizzie Borden B&B, an essay detailing Lizzie’s visit to Newport following her acquittal, and an examination of 92 Second Street thought photographs and text.


The Hatchet: Journal of Lizzie Borden & Victoria America. August 2004, Volume 1, No. 4, Issue #4. 68 pages.

Features include: “Lizzie Borden and Bridget Sullivan: Fall River Scapegoats and Mascots” — by Carolyn Gage; “I Was Married in the Lizzie Borden B&B” — by Pam Howe; “Lizzie in Newport” — by Sherry Chapman; “If at First You Don’t Succeed . . .” — by Mark Amarantes; “A Talk with Michael Martins, Curator of the Fall River Historical Society”;  “The Girls of Marion” (poem) — by Mary Elizabeth Naugle; “The Borden House Frame by Frame, Part 3” — by Kat Koorey; “A Reason to Party? A Short History of the Annual Lizzie Borden Parties, Saratoga Springs, 1982-1992” — by Stuart Armstrong; “The Pic Album of Notorious American Murder, 1958”; “Hannah’s Haven of Household Hints” — by Hannah Chapman; “The Lizzie Borden Connection” — by Stefani Koorey, Ph.D.; “Dear Abby” — by Sherry Chapman;   “Denise Noe’s Lizzie Whittling: The WCTU”; and “92 Seconds: Whistling in the Dark: Fear and its Antidote, Foolishness” — by Mary Elizabeth Naugle.

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