Mary Surratt and Victorian Womanhood

(1/2) > >>

Dan:
Lindsey,

Great job on you article in the Courier! It was very informative. I go back and forth with Mary's complicity in the assasination plot. The kidnapping plot, I'd say she was aware of. When it turned to murder  ???   

Best,

BoothBuff:
     I like it too, Lindsey. Great job. Congratulations!!

chris:
Was a great article indeed

Randal:
I recieved my copy of the Courier yesterday, (seems it arrives late West of the Mississippi)
Very good article on Mrs. Surratt, Ms. Horn.

Philip G:
Lindsey,
a very informative & interesting article. 

Mary Surratt, a Victorian Age Woman, got a really bad deal ultimately with the death penalty. But another Victorian Woman, Lizzie Borden, got a great deal.  She was never convicted of the crime of murdering her father & stepmother even though may experts believe she did it.  Different case, different time, different situation but I believe I read or heard somewhere that a woman in the Victorian Age could never commit such a grisly crime.

Navigation

[0] Message Index

[#] Next page