Forbidden Index

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What we know

In the times when Marble Springs flourished, there was no need to name any of this. Now, however, we need to make things a bit more obvious.

Accidents

Adultery

Asylums

Battered women

Bad matches

Bankruptcy

  • Griffith never had enough to count, anyway.
  • Jacob Rubenstein lost all his collateral along with his credibillity.
  • Charity Paine made Kevin promise never to discuss the reasons behind his. There is hatred enough she said, without that.

Boston Marriages

Children as they grew

Crafts

Crime

Matilda Granger cared for all the inmates equally.

Death and Grief

Everyone dies. Some just take it harder than others.

Death in Childbirth

Deserters

Domestic Servants

Drunks

Gamblers

Ghosts

Gossips and Opinions that Count

Financiers

Healers

Homesickness

Illnesses

While everyone dies, some people's illnesses redefine them.

  • Maddy Bates had consumption.
  • Naomi Cole probably had cerebral palsy, but it was known as “bruises on the brain.”
  • Grangers died in the influenza outbreak of 1918.
  • Dell Harmon died of childbirth fever the year after the Panic (1894)
  • Hazel Wringle died of a fever.

Imported Wives

Incest

Incurable Explorers

Everyone in Marble Springs sprang from somewhere else. This list is just about those who can not help but wander.

Love

Miners and Goldfever

Minorities

Prostitutes

Rape victims

These are only the ones that were more or less obvious and do not include domestic abuse

Recluses

Respectable Women

Temperance and Suffragette Activists

Unemployed

Visionaries

Word Lovers in Secret

Youth

Connections

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Portal

Sources

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