Ginseng was at the core of a manslaughter case from a few years back in Preble County — as mentioned in the final paragraph of this post. You can read about the case and sentencing in this article: http://www.whio.com/news/news/crime-law/plea-deal-to-end-ginseng-slaying-case/nWtB8/
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- Holding It Together: Before Passwords—Ribbons and Seals for Document SecurityIn celebration of American Archives Month we’re looking at some of the many fasteners and seals found in records at the National Archives. Today’s post comes from Rachel Bartgis, conservator technician at the National Archives at College Park, MD. In the centuries before the self-inking notary public’s stamp, U.S. government clerks and secretaries used brigh […]