just plain interesting
A door now in the Pioneer Museum was the jail door in the courthouse that was replaced in 1911. Of the many dramatic events it has witnessed, the night the vigilantes came for Frederick Emmons is likely the most dramatic. The story begins with the 1888 murder of a young laundress at the Exchange Hotel in Pawnee City by Emmons; she had refused his offer of marriage. It ended with him "committing suicide" at a railroad bridge, at the hands of a lynch mob.
There is no theme to the things below. This Table Rock new is just interesting, that's all!