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  • Legal Executions in Tennesseeby Lewis L. Laska

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2011; US$ 95.00

    This complete, chronological registry documents the crimes, trials and deaths of the 524 people who have been legally executed in Tennessee through the end of 2009. Slaves and nine women are among those put to death for such crimes as horse theft, murder and rape. Built on the famous Espy list of United States executions, the book includes 187 previously... more...

  • The Tennessee State Constitutionby Lewis L. Laska

    Oxford University Press, USA 2011; US$ 169.99

    Tennesseans pioneered innovations in self-government beginning in 1772, and they have continued to do so since the enactment of their first formal constitution in 1796. Over time, Tennessee has adopted, abolished, and changed it's constitution as political and social needs demanded and allowed. In The Tennessee State Constitution, Lewis L. Laska... more...

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