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The Defenders Of The Tewksbury "Slaughter-house" Barbarities
We suppose that this means, that, if infants are starved or poisoned for the value of their dead bodies in other States, the people of Massachusetts have no reason to find fault with the Tewksbury management. Oh, of course not. Neither should the good people of Massachusetts hold as blamable the political party that has allowed the Tewksbury almshouse to be managed as it has been according to the recent exposures....
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Title: The Defenders Of The Tewksbury "Slaughter-house" Barbarities
Creator: n/a
Date: April 28, 1883
Format: Article
Publication: The Lowell Weekly Sun
Source: The Pollard Memorial Library
Keywords: Abuse; Almshouses; Benjamin Franklin Butler; Boston, MA; Children; Civil Liberties & Rights; Crime; Doctors; Expose; Government; Government Agencies; Institutions; Laws & Regulation; Legislation; Massachusetts; Media; Medical Professionals; Medical Research; Medicine; Medicine & Science; Neglect; Newspapers; Policy; Politics; Poverty; Social Welfare & Communities; Social Welfare & Employment; Tewksbury, MA
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Institutions, Organizations & Corporations