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Author: Theresa Mitchell Barbo
ISBN: 159629227X
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Pages 112 pages
Publisher The History Press (April 1, 2007)
Language English
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eBook The Cape Cod Murder of 1899: Edwin Ray Snow's Punishment & Redemption (True Crime) download

by Theresa Mitchell Barbo


Soon after the crime, Snow pleaded guilty to murder in the first degree .

Soon after the crime, Snow pleaded guilty to murder in the first degree, and was the first person ever to be sentenced to death by electric chair in Massachusetts history. But his compelling story didn't end there, and his redemption-earned through decades of hard time-was as dramatic and uplifting as his crime was heinous. Lists with This Book. Massachusetts Murders.

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Edwin Ray Snow's punishment and redemption. Published 2007 by History Press in Charleston, SC. Written in English. Soon after the crime, Snow pleaded guilty to murder in the first degree, and was the first person ever to be sentenced to death by electric chair in Massachusetts history.

Soon after the crime, Snow pleaded guilty to murder in the first degree, and was . Drawing upon town records, historical documents, correspondence and newspapers of the day, The Cape Cod Murder of 1899 recreates the towns of Dennis and Yarmouth at the turn of the century and examines the details of a murder that shook Cape Cod to its core.

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On a crisp September evening in 1899, a seventeen-year-old petty thief named Edwin Ray Snow shot and killed a bakery deliveryman named Jimmy Whittemore outside Yarmouth. The gunshots rang out for only a moment, but the effects resounded on Cape Cod for half a century. The idyllic atmosphere of turn-of-the-century Cape Cod was shattered in a flash. Soon after the crime, Snow pleaded guilty to murder in the first degree, and was the first person ever to be sentenced to death by electric chair in Massachusetts history. But his compelling story didn't end there, and his redemption--earned through decades of hard time--was as dramatic and uplifting as his crime was heinous. Drawing upon town records, historical documents, correspondence and newspapers of the day, The Cape Cod Murder of 1899 recreates the towns of Dennis and Yarmouth at the turn of the century and examines the details of a murder that shook Cape Cod to its core.