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Journal of No. 118


October 24th, 2013

Lady Pinkerton @ 05:27 pm

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Skeptical Inquirer has a nice review of the history of detectives, and one of the interesting details is the story of Kate Warne, who not only became the first female detective in the US in 1856(!) but was also centrally involved in uncovering a plot to assassinate President Lincoln.
 
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From:stevenkaye
Date:October 25th, 2013 03:23 am (UTC)
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Is that available in bookstores?
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From:essentialsaltes
Date:October 25th, 2013 03:50 am (UTC)
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I've seen SI in bookstores. If your interest is Kate Warne, the wiki page has a lot more information.

SI is also available in digital formats.
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From:stevenkaye
Date:October 28th, 2013 03:42 am (UTC)
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More 19th century detectives generally - I have a vague understsnding that they tended to handle divorces for middle-class people, but that's all I know.

Journal of No. 118