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In Georgia History

Mary Phagan Exhumed

An exhumation of Mary Phagan’s body took place, looking for traces of drugs and for fingerprints. A fingerprint expert was called in to help with the Leo Frank case.
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In Their Own Words

Anger at U.S. Flag Expressed in Journal

In the wake of Northern troops occupying her hometown of Washington, Georgia, Eliza Frances Andrews’ journal entries became increasingly bitter, as evidenced by the following comments: “About noon, two brigades of our cavalry passed going west, and at the same...
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