Blood Justice: The Lynching of Mack Charles Parker

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Index
ACLU, argues against release of FBI report, 198
Adam, Bidwell, 150, 151, 170, 183, 189, 194, 195, 197
AFL-CIO, 126
Alford, Jewel, 23, 37, 42-43, 63, 65, 79, 90, 130, 157, 163, 181-182, 188, 189,193,194
admissions to FBI, 132
helps with investigation, 62
participation in lynching, 47-48, 50-52, 54
questioned by FBI, 126
warning to prisoners to keep quiet, 52
Alfred, David, 11, 14-15, 21, 101
activities on night of rape, 6-7
questioning by sheriff, 16
Allman, Sam, 194
Amacker, Aubrey, 130
Amacker, Houston, 44, 47, 63, 108, 130- 131, 139
suicide, 227
suicide attempt, 130-131
Amacker, Hubert Goob, 130-131
Amacker, Jeppie, 63, 130
American Legion, and flag on Parker's coffin, 122-123
Anti-conspiracy law, 125n
Anti-lynching law, 124n-125n, 130, 181, 197,231
federal, attempts to pass, viii, 163-165
Atlanta Journal, comments on lynching, 97

B
Bachman, Ralph W., 70-71, 75, 82, 83, 92,102,109, 125,133, 144-145, 148, 156-158
testimony to grand jury, 188-189
Barker, Francis, 33, 35, 41, 44, 46, 80, 119,134
participation in lynching, 47, 50
Barnett, Ross, 38, 73n, 129, 143, 150, 169-172,178, 200
Barrett, St. John, 192-193
Bass, Lydus, 73n-74n
Belzoni, Mississippi, 26
Bilbo, Theodore G., ix, 19-20, 27, 36-37, 217
Blacks
denial of civil rights, 103-104
disenfranchisement, 27, 32
on juries, 21-22, 32, 86
in Pearl River County, 77
Blease, Cole, ix
Blue Sky Playboys, 40-41

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