Hatchet, May 2008, #22


May 2008, Vol. 5, No. 2, Issue #22. Contents include an essay about the Emery family by Leonard Rebello, a genealogical study of the Borden-Swansea link by Kat Koorey, a photographic study of the Swansea Public Library by Michael Brimbau, and a new examination of the Sarah Cornell murder by Richard Behrens.


The Hatchet: Journal of Lizzie Borden & Victoria America. May 2008, Volume 5, No. 2, Issue #22. 86 pages.

Features include: “Meet the Emerys” — by Len Rebello; “The Borden-Swansea Link” — by Kat Koorey; “The Swansea Public Library” — by Michael Brimbau; “The Reverend and the Mill Girl: An Unsolved Fall River Mystery” — by Richard Behrens; “Denise Noe’s Lizzie Whittlings: ‘My Ain Countrie'”; “Falling in Fall River” — by Sherry Chapman; “Writer’s Ink: Michael Brimbau”; “Dear Abby” — by Sherry Chapman; “Bridget’s Kitchen” — by Sherry Chapman; “The Unfortunate Dr. Webster” — by Glen “Joe” Carlson; 1892 & 1896 Directory Entries — by Harry Widdows; “Review of ‘Fall River Outrage'” — by Kat Koorey; “Lizzie Borden’s Morgan Street School” — by Shelley Dziedzic; “Where Were You, Lizzie Borden?” (poem) — by Melissa Allen; “Wanted” (poem) — by Larry Allen; “Maybe” (poem) — by Larry Allen;  and “The Cutting Room, Critical Notes on the Borden Legacy: An Intuitive Assessment of the Brown Theory” — by Eugene Hosey.

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