Blood Justice: The Lynching of Mack Charles Parker

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Notes

Introduction
1.
Arthur Raper, The Tragedy of Lynching ( Chapel Hill, 1933), 293.
2.
Interview with Erle Johnston, June 30, 1978; Walter Prescott Webb, "Afterword", in Walter Van Tilburg Clark, The Ox-Bow Incident ( New York, 1960), 223.
3.
Interview with William Posey, Aug. 25, 1977; interview with Keith Glatzer, Aug. 27, 1980.

Chapter 1. "Just Joe-Jacking Around"
1.
Interview with James H. Walters, Sept. 11, 1980; interview with Edward William Walters, Sept. 11, 1980; interview with Virginia June (Walters) Pace, Sept 11, 1980; Jackson Clarion-Ledger, Feb 25, 1959.
2.
Interview with James H. Walters, Sept. 11, 1980; interview with Edward William Walters, Sept. 11, 1980; Jackson Clarion-Ledger, Feb 25, 28, 1959; New York Times, April 28, 1959; The Abduction of Mack Charles Parker from the Pearl River County Jail, Poplarville, Mississippi, April 24-25, 1959 (hereafter cited as FBI Report), 1; memorandum, Malcolm R. Wilkey to William P. Rogers, May 25, 1959.
3.
Poplarville Democrat, Feb 26, 1959; Jackson Daily News, May 13, 1959, Tuskegee lynching records, file 27h (1); interview with James H. Walters, Sept. 11, 1980; William Bradford Huie, "Rape-Lynch That Shocked America", Cavalier 10 ( May 1960), 15.
4.
Interview with Lee Curtis Underwood, Aug. 25, 1980; interview with James H. Walters, Sept. 11, 1980; Jackson Clarion-Ledger, Feb 25, 26, March 1, April 29, 1959; Huie, "Rape-Lynch", 61.

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