Swindler, spy, rebel : the confidence woman in nineteenth-century America /
One would not expect a police officer to describe a criminal as "remarkable," "well worth knowing," or "excellent." Yet some did when their quarry was a confidence woman. Blackmailer, swindler, or pickpocket: the confidence woman could take any form. Regardless of their...
|Published:||Columbia : University of Missouri Press, ©1995.|
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