“Confession of Mrs. Norris, B.S., and Her Sentence”

I. Winslow Ayer. From The Great Northwestern Conspiracy in All Its Startling Details, 1865.

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People who were associated with the Copperheads or revealed sympathy for the South could be tried for treason. Even non-violent actions, such as bringing provisions to Confederate prisoners at Camp Douglas, were considered disloyal to the Union cause.

Metadata Details
Item Type Book Section
Title Confession of Mrs. Norris, B.S., and Her Sentence
Publication Title The Great Northwestern Conspiracy
Short Title Confession of Mrs. Norris- Copperhead, 1865
Book Title The Great Northwestern Conspiracy in All Its Startling Details
Place of Publication Chicago
Publisher Rounds & James
Creator I. Winslow Ayer
Publication Date 1865
Edition 3rd ed.
Pages pp. 98–99
Call Number Case F 83411 .054
Location Special Collections 4th floor