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In Fall River, a legal ax to grind

Lizzie Borden site wins copyright bid

Lee-ann Wilber, owner of the Lizzie Borden museum, led a tour of the Fall River landmark. Lee-ann Wilber, owner of the Lizzie Borden museum, led a tour of the Fall River landmark. (Gretchen Ertl for The Boston Globe)
By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / August 25, 2009

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FALL RIVER - Mandy Webster had come all the way from Pennsylvania to visit the house where Lizzie Borden once lived, and she was not about to go home empty-handed. After touring the three-story clapboard house, the site of one of the most sensational homicides in American history, she hit the gift shop with purpose and vigor. (Full article: 833 words)

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