Table of contents for This mob will surely take my life : lynchings in the Carolinas, 1871-1947 / Bruce E. Baker.


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Introduction
1: Reconstruction Violence and the Foundations of the Lynching Era: Union, S.C., 1871
2: Black Politics and Lynching after Reconstruction: Giles Good, York, S.C., 1887
3: Rape and Lynching in the New South: Manse Waldrop, Central, S.C., 1887
4: North Carolina's Turn Against Lynching: J. V. Johnson, Wadesboro, N.C., 1906
5: Lies and Lynching: Richard Puckett, Laurens, S.C., 1913
6: A Wartime Lynching: Rev. Watson T. Sims, Sharon, S.C., 1917
7: A Disgrace to North Carolina: Oliver Moore, Tarboro, N.C., 1930
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Lynching -- North Carolina -- History.
Lynching -- South Carolina -- History.
North Carolina -- Race relations.
South Carolina -- Race relations.
Lynchage -- Caroline du Nord -- Histoire.
Lynchage -- Caroline du Sud -- Histoire.
Caroline du Nord -- Relations raciales.
Caroline du Sud -- Relations raciales.
Lynchjustiz. -- swd
South Carolina. -- swd
North Carolina. -- swd