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Bullets and fire : lynching and authority in Arkansas, 1840-1950 / edited by Guy Lancaster.

Other author/creatorLancaster, Guy, 1976- editor.
Format Book and Print
Publication Info Fayetteville : The University of Arkansas Press, 2018.
Descriptionviii, 344 pages ; 23 cm
Contents Acknowledgments -- Introduction / Guy Lancaster -- "Doubtless guilty" : lynching and slaves in antebellum Arkansas / Kelly Houston Jones -- "At the hands of a person or persons unknown" : the nature of lynch mobs in Arkansas / Nancy Snell Griffith -- A lynching state : Arkansas in the 1890s / Randy Finley -- The Clarendon lynching of 1898 : the intersection of race, class, and gender / Richard Buckelow -- Thirteen dead at Saint Charles : Arkansas's most lethal lynching and the abrogation of equal protection / Vincent Vinikas -- "Through death, hell and the grave" : lynching and antilynching efforts in Arkansas, 1901-1939 / Todd E. Lewis -- Before John Carter : lynching and mob violence in Pulaski County, 1882-1906 / Guy Lancaster -- Stories of a lynching : accounts of John Carter, 1927 / Stephanie Harp -- "Working slowly but surely and quietly" : the Arkansas Council of the Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching, 1930-1941 / Cherisse Jones-Branch -- Holding the line : the Arkansas congressional delegation and the fight over a federal antilynching law / William H. Pruden III -- Contributors.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN9781682260449 (paperback)
ISBN1682260445 (paperback)

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