ADC# Name Ethnicity Time Date
7435 Eva Dugan Anglo 5:00 a.m. 02-21-1930
Linky thingy: http://www.azcorrections.gov/Datasearch_ex-method.aspx
Anglo is an ethnicity?
After her conviction, in her final statement, she told the jurors, Wal, Ill die with my boots on, an in full health. An thats moren most of you old cootsll be able to boast on. She would remain defiant to the end.
Dugan gave interviews to the press for $1.00 each and sold embroidered handkerchiefs she knitted while imprisoned to pay for her own coffin. She also made for her hanging a silk, beaded "jazz dress", but later relented and wore a cheap dress as she was worried that her silk wrapper "might get mussed." She remained upbeat, so much so that Time magazine called her "Cheerful Eva" in a March 3, 1930 story about her execution.