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About Elizabeth Flagler
In 1895 Elizabeth Flagler was found guilty of manslaughter after she shot and killed a fifteen year old African American boy, one of several who she fired a pistol at when she observed them stealing pears from her father's garden. Following her conviction she served three hours in the District of Columbia jail and paid a fine of $500. In 1901 she married Doctor George W. MacKean of Nova Scotia.