1965-1968 -- The Fragmenting of the Civil Rights Movement: Ideological Differences Destroy Fragile Unity

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Unknown Economic and Training Needs Mississippi Delta
Pat Kaye Mother Defends Sellers
Ed King Curriculum Vitae: Edwin King: Civil Rights Work in 1960s, Summary
Ed King Ed King Notes
Amistad Research Center Fannie Lou Hamer 1917-1977: Papers, 1966-1978, n.d.: Register
Unknown Campbell (Clarice T.) Papers
Charles Marsh Dahmer Murder and the Response of the Church, Field Notes
Amistad Research Center Fannie Lou Hamer 1917-1977: Papers, 1966-1978, n.d.: Register
Unknown Cassette Transcription: Tom Dent Collection
Ed King Genocide
Clarence Jordan Christian Community in the South
Ed King Section from Manuscript on Mississippi Movement
Charles C. Wiggers Letter to Members and Congregation of First United Methodist Church, Clarksdale, Miss.
1964 Mona Bazaar Mona Bazaar to Fannie Lou Hamer
Bill Minter
Michael F. Valente
Reader's Responses
1964 Various Exhibit F - A File of Educational Documents Relating to Delta Ministry's Operation in Mississippi
Dwight Bozeman
Phil Durkee
1964 Unknown Untitled Delta Ministry Document
1964 Various Exhibit A - A Series of Clippings about the Delta Ministry and the Sit-In at the Greenville Air Force Base in Greenville, Mississippi
1964 Mississippi's Metaphysical Mystics
1964 Unknown The Delta Ministry
1964 Charlie Simonson Community
1964 Various Exhibit C - Questionable Morals at Southern Christian Institute Near Edwards, Mississippi (Mt. Beulah)
1965 Ed Feaver The Student Interracial Ministry
1965 Bruce L. Williams It Happened in Jackson
1965 Fred Alexander Evangelism: You've Neglected My People
1965 Unknown Delta Ministry's Main Function is Civil Rights: Staff Members Have Leftist Backgrounds
1965 Cleveland Sellers Letter from Cleveland Sellers to Members of the Executive Committee
Fred A. Alexander
John F. Alexander
Freedom Now, Vol. 1, No. 1, August 1965
1965 Cleveland Sellers SNCC Executive Meeting Agenda