Molasses, Stranded Ships and 100 Dead Mules: American Legal History of the 1820s

Elizabeth Brand Monroe explains the American legal history in the 1820s as part of IUPUI’s Sabbatical Speaker Series Spring lineup. When America was still young, and pirates roamed the Atlantic, U.S. Attorney General William Wirt, like many of his contemporaries, juggled a diverse and amazing caseload. Hear more about American …

February 4, 2014