The House Girl by Tara Conklin
Neglected history’s compelling, heart-breaking argument, but present-day tangents break spell.
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Tagged as abolition, antebellum art, art controversy, art mysteries, class-action reparation suits, first-year lawyers, slavery, underground railroad, women in law
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