Monthly Archive: September, 2020

Murder in the Time of Robber Barons: the Goddess, the Architect, and the Millionaire, Part II


In my last post, we left Evelyn Nesbit at the peak of her career as a model, showgirl, and sex symbol of the new century. Though her virtue had been stolen through trickery… Continue reading

Revolutionary Women, Part 3


In the late 1770s and early 1780s, the Revolutionary War battlefields moved from the northeastern states, and the staging ground moved south. Daniel Morgan had worked with George Washington in a number of… Continue reading