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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:

Southerner and Schools

 File — Box 1, Folder: 18
Collection number: Folder 18
Scope and Contents I - The Defiant Ones in Virginia II - The "New Negroes" in Alabama III - The Segregationists Go North IV - Atlanta is Different V - New Orleans Knows Better VI - Nashville-First Steps Firmly Taken VII - Deliberate, Yes-Speed, No By Helen Fuller...
Dates: 1893 - 1962

Study Outline, History of The American Negro People, 1619 - 1918, 1939

 Book — Box 1, Book: 9
Collection number: MS/134-009
Scope and Contents

This book was published by a book shop that was affiliated with the Communist Party USA. The book is organized as a series of lessons on African-American history for use in workshops and classes. This is the first printing. Which is somewhat scarce compared to the second printing. Interesting and important study of American blacks some twenty years before the Civil Rights movement. (description by seller)

Dates: Event: 1619 - 1918; 1939

Tampa: Tar and Terror, 1936?

 Book — Box 1, Book: 12
Collection number: MS/134-012
Scope and Contents

Relates the story of the November 30, 1935 kidnapping, torture and murder of Joseph Shoemaker, and kidnapping and torture of other members of the Modern Democrats political organization, who were assisting cigar factory workers in Tampa, Fla. Mr. Shoemaker died 9 days later in a Tampa hospital. The police and others involved in the kidnappings were reported to be members of the Ku Klux Klan.

Dates: 1936?

The segregation decisions : papers read at a session of the twenty-first annual meeting of the Southern Historical Association, Memphis Tennessee, November 10, 1955, 1956

 Book — Box 1, Book: 10
Collection number: MS/134-010
Scope and Contents

William Faulkner, Benjamin Mays, Cecil Sims. Introduction by Bell Wiley. Significant because of essay by Faulkner, but Benjamin Mays is often called the spiritual mentor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Important document showing how prominent Southerners viewed early Court decisions concerning desegregation and hoe they viewed the future. (description by seller)

Dates: 1956