The Great New Orleans Kidnapping Case
He spoke at the 2014 Louisiana Book Festival, held on November 1 in downtown Baton Rouge.
Michael Ross talked about his book, The Great New Orleans Kidnapping Case: Race, Law, and Justice in the Reconstruction Era, about the 1870 kidnapping of Mollie Digby, a white seventeen-month-old who was abducted in front of her home by two African-American women.
People in this video
- Teresa Elberson Volunteer Louisiana Book Festival
Michael A. Ross Associate Professor University of Maryland, College Park->History Department
- Emily Staat Author
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