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Congressional Committee Report on What Happen When School Were Integrated in Washington, D.C.

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Creator:Citizens' Councils of America
Title:Congressional Committee Report on What Happen When School Were Integrated in Washington, D.C.
Date:1957-1980
Description:

Local identification number: citizens_council_b1f17_005

Types:Pamphlets | Text
Subjects:Segregation--Southern States | Mississippi--Race relations | White Citizens councils | White supremacy movements--United States | Segregation--United States | School integration--Mississippi | United States, Mississippi, Leflore County, Greenwood, 33.5162315, -90.1795281
Collection:Citizens' Council Collection
Institution:John Davis Williams Library (University of Mississippi)
Contributors:John Davis Williams Library. Department of Archives and Special Collections
Original Material:

Citizens' Council Collection

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Association of Citizens' Councils of Mississippi

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Cite as: Citizens' Council Collection, Archives and Special Collections, University of Mississippi Libraries

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