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Thu Oct 16 17:50:33 2014 UTClccn-n780139130.14Bearing the cross Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference /0.390.94Guide to the microfilm edition of the Martin Luther King, Jr., FBI file : part II, the King-Levison file /110635272David_Garrown 78013913150381lccn-n79084324King, Martin LutherJr1929-1968hnrlccn-n83051946Southern Christian Leadership Conferencelccn-n78095617United StatesFederal Bureau of Investigationlccn-n79077374Hoover, J. Edgar(John Edgar)1895-1972lccn-n86070213Robinson, Jo Ann Gibson1912-lccn-n79006848United StatesSupreme Courtlccn-n2002090843Knox, John1907-1997lccn-no97065275Hutchinson, Dennis J.lccn-n90604924Shuttlesworth, Fred L.1922-2011lccn-n82079796Levison, Stanley D.1912-1979Garrow, David J.1953-HistoryBiographyArchivesSourcesInterviewsAfrican Americans--Civil rightsRace relationsUnited StatesKing, Martin Luther,--Jr.,Civil rights movementsAfrican AmericansBaptists--ClergySouthern Christian Leadership ConferenceCivil rights workersHoover, J. Edgar--(John Edgar),United States.--Federal Bureau of InvestigationSouthern StatesAbortion--Law and legislationSex and lawBirth control--Law and legislationPrivacy, Right ofAlabama--MontgomerySegregation in transportationSelma to Montgomery Rights MarchAfrican Americans--SuffrageVoter registrationRobinson, Jo Ann Gibson,Civil rights demonstrationsRace relations--Religious aspects--BaptistsCivil rights--Religious aspects--BaptistsIllinois--ChicagoFlorida--Saint AugustineUnited States.--Supreme CourtLaw clerksEmployeesKnox, John,Shuttlesworth, Fred L.,Alabama--BirminghamCollege students--Political activityGeorgia--AtlantaLevison, Stanley D.,AssassinationPolitical scienceRay, James Earl,Civil rightsTennessee--MemphisSanitation Workers Strike (Memphis, Tennessee : 1968)Strikes and lockouts--SanitationFriendshipArchivesAfrican Americans--Civil rights--SourcesNineteen sixtiesCivilization1953196819781979198119821983198419851986198719881989199019931994199619971998199920012002200420052006200720082009201020111512298226BE185.97.K5ocn881547665ocn674433259ocn780249983ocn830764056ocn830764050ocn830764066ocn830764060ocn830764039ocn073692244ocn830764028ocn122396255ocn830764045ocn830764035369037ocn013582103book19680.26Garrow, David JBearing the cross : Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Southern Christian Leadership ConferenceHistoryBiographyAn account of the life of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr+-+7741105155197117ocn007784646book19810.28Garrow, David JThe FBI and Martin Luther King, Jr. : from "Solo" to Memphis+-+9682355585324194516ocn028113351book19940.33Garrow, David JLiberty and sexuality : the right to privacy and the making of Roe v. WadeHistoryThe author follows the "right to privacy" from its beginnings in the attempts to repeal the Connecticut law banning birth control in the 1930s to the 1965 "Griswald v. Connecticut" decision and the 1973 "Roe v. Wade" decision to the present abortion and gay rights cases+-+000279075514278ocn003844552book19780.37Garrow, David JProtest at Selma : Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Voting rights act of 1965+-+834975558513853ocn014241617book19870.29Robinson, Jo Ann GibsonThe Montgomery bus boycott and the women who started it : the memoir of Jo Ann Gibson RobinsonBiography+-+02704952355565ocn019518753book19890.63Martin Luther King, Jr. : civil rights leader, theologian, orator5143ocn019776904book19890.63The Walking city : the Montgomery Bus Boycott, 1955-1956History4973ocn019922816book19890.63Chicago 1966 : open housing marches, summit negotiations, and operation breadbasketHistory4923ocn020263379book19890.63St. Augustine, Florida, 1963-1964 : mass protest and racial violenceHistory4903ocn048711243book20020.53Knox, JohnThe forgotten memoir of John Knox : a year in the life of a Supreme Court clerk in FDR's WashingtonHistoryBiographyBut he soon develops close relationships with the justice's two black servants: Harry Parker, the messenger who does "everything but breathe" for the justice, and Mary Diggs, the maid and cook. Together, they plot and sidestep around their employer's idiosyncrasies to keep the household running while history is made in the Court." "A foreword by Dennis Hutchinson and David Garrow sets the stage, and a gallery of period photos of Knox, McReynolds, and other figures of the time gives life to this engaging account, which like no other captures life in Washington, D.C., when it was still a genteel southern town."--BOOK JACKET+-+77139917754864ocn019740619book19890.63We shall overcome : the Civil Rights Movement in the United States in the 1950's and 1960'sHistory4653ocn020263864book19890.63Birmingham, Alabama, 1956-1963 : the Black struggle for civil rightsHistoryBiography4583ocn019886403book19890.63Atlanta, Georgia, 1960-1961 : sit-ins and student activismHistory1626ocn015865496book19840.84United StatesThe Martin Luther King, Jr., FBI fileHistoryArchivesSources13211ocn079114661file19960.14Garrow, David JBearing the cross Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership ConferenceHistoryBiographyBased on more than 700 interviews-with all King's closest surviving associates and with the Southern law men who worked against him "Bearing the Cross" is a compelling and intimate narrative that portrays the struggles and conflicts within the man who became the incarnation of the Civil Rights Movement+-+6950661325593ocn041985430visu19990.39Memphis dreams Searching for the promised landHistoryInterviewsWhen Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated in 1968 Memphis--like Dallas in 1963--became a symbol of hope extinguished. This program examines the Civil Rights Movement and the last few years of Martin Luther King's life with emphasis on the sanitation workers strike in Memphis, Tennessee and the killing of America's greatest civil rights leader, its impact on Afro-Americans and the nation582ocn645468535visu20100.26Death in Memphis the mysterious assassination of Martin Luther KingHistoryA look at the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. on April 4, 1968 as well as his career. It examines the possibility that James Earl Ray was not the only shooter or totally innocent of the crime. It looks at the FBI's surveillance of Dr. King and J. Edgar Hoover's feelings about him441ocn018771619book19880.74Centers of the southern struggle FBI files on Selma, Memphis, Montgomery, Albany, and St. AugustineHistoryArchivesSources232ocn021477657book19890.50Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights MovementHistory232ocn017941629book19870.94Schipper, Martin PaulGuide to the microfilm edition of the Martin Luther King, Jr., FBI file : part II, the King-Levison fileHistoryArchivesSources+-+0002790755+-+0002790755Thu Oct 16 15:36:21 EDT 2014batch16558