ELEGY FOR MARY TURNER: An Illustrated Account of a Lynching
In late May 1918 in Valdosta, Georgia, ten Black men and one Black woman, Mary Turner, eight months pregnant at the time, were lynched and tortured by mobs of white citizens. This work names those who were killed, identifies the killers, and evokes a landscape in which the NAACP investigated the crimes when the state would not. Illus.
Item #: 1907956
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