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1962 Unknown Addendum No. I to Instructions to Special Hearing Officers for the Department of Justice in Conscientious-Objector Matters
1963 Unknown Plea for Peace
1963 Claude Sitton 27 Are Arrested in Jackson Riots After Evers Rite
1963 Ed King Children's Crusades and Concentration Camps
1963 Charles Portis Battle Flares, Nipped After Miss. Funeral
1964
James Atwater
Lynn Pelham
"If We Can Crack Mississippi...": At the Risk of Their Lives, Hundreds of Northern Students Are Challenging the Heart of the Deep South
1964 Christopher Jencks Mississippi: From Conversion to Coercion
1965 James Saggus Terror Silences Negroes, Whites in Mississippi, Rights Unit Told
1965 Robert E. Baker Felony Count Dismissed In 3 Rights Killings
1965
J.H. O'Dell
Fannie Lou Hamer
Life in Mississippi: An Interview with Fannie Lou Hamer
1965 Unknown MFDP News November 1965 Issue
1965 Edward P. Moore Jr. Evicted Squatters Await Next Move in Greenville Row: Screaming Demonstrators Curse, Bite Air Police and Threaten Prompt Return Despite Concessions
1965 Unknown State Tuition Law Temporarily Voided
1966 Kenneth Tolliver Untitled Newspaper Article - Civil Rights Workers Invade Greenville Air Force Base
1966 Mary Ann Pardue Williams Raps Double Standard Law Forces
1966 Unknown Ministers Protest Council's Role
1967 Unknown John Doar Leaving Post
1968 Unknown Says FBI Chief: Stokely, Rap Incite Riots
1968 Unknown No Report on Manhunt
1968
Unknown
John Lewis
John Lewis Interview Concerning the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee
1968 Unknown Jordan Gets Four Years
1970 Bob Moses Mississippi: 1961-1962
1972 James Forman Power for Black People
1972 James Forman Selma Freedom Day
1972 James Forman Chapter 43: The March on Washington
1982 June Johnson Broken Barriers and Billy Sticks
1993
Jack Germond
Jules Witcover
Liberals Losing Patience With President They Chose: The Political Scene
1994
Charles Marsh
Ed King
Ed King Interview, Philadelphia, MS, 8/24/1994