- Title Pages
Chapter 1The Trials of George Doyle
Chapter 2“Many People ‘Colored’ Have Come to the Homicide Office”
Chapter 3Forced Confessions
Chapter 4The South’s Sin City
Chapter 5Testimonial Incapacity and Criminal Defendants in the South
Chapter 6Sewing and Spinning for the State
Chapter 7Cole Blease’s Pardoning Pen
Chapter 8Hanging, the Electric Chair, and Death Penalty Reform in the Early Twentieth-Century South
Chapter 9The Making of the Modern Death Penalty in Jim Crow North Carolina
- Production Credits
- Crime and Punishment in the Jim Crow South
- Amy Louise Wood, Natalie J. Ring
- University of Illinois Press
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