Belle M. Turner Papers
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Two documents in the case of an altercation between A. L. West and Thomas M. Pearce. One is a written document by Belle M. Turner, sister of Thomas M. Pearce about her eye witness account of what happened the day A. L. West showed up at her father's house. She claims he used profanity and had a pistol. The other document is a list of questions to her and her responses about the incidents of that same day, that she was asked at the trial.
- circa 1867
- Turner, Belle M. (Person)
Biographical / Historical
Belle M. Turner of Noxubee, Mississippi
0.01 Linear Feet (2 papers, 5 pieces)
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Two documents in the case of an altercation between A.L. West and Thomas M. Pearce in Noxubee, Mississippi.
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