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Charles Evers

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Creator:Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission
Title:Charles Evers
Date:1969 May-1971 Nov.

Records collected by the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission on Charles Evers between May 1969 and November 1971. The file documents a boycott in Port Charles, Mississippi, Ever's campaign and election as mayor of Fayette, and his unsuccessful campaign for governor of Mississippi in 1971. The file contains reports by members of the commission and articles from newspapers and magazines in Mississippi and around the country.

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Types:Reports | Articles | Memorandums | Legislative records | Text
Subjects:Evers, Charles, 1922- | Civil rights movements--Mississippi | Civil rights workers--Mississippi | African American civil rights workers--Mississippi | Social reformers--Mississippi | Mississippi--Race relations--History--20th century | Race relations | Mayors--Mississippi--Fayette | Political candidates--Mississippi | Governors--Mississippi | Boycotts--Mississippi--Port Gibson | African American political activists--Mississippi | National Association for the Advancement of Colored People | United States, Mississippi, Jefferson County, Fayette, 31.7115534, -91.0606607 | United States, Mississippi, Jefferson County | United States, Mississippi, Port Gibson | United States, Mississippi, Claiborne County
Collection:Series 2515 : Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission Records Online, 1994-2006, Folders
Institution:Mississippi Department of Archives and History
Contributors:Mississippi. Department of Archives and History
Original Material:

from Charles Evers, Sovereignty Commission records, Mississippi Department of Archives and History

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Forms part of Series 2515 : Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission Records Online, 1994-2006

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