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Phillips (Mamie L.) civil rights memoir, 1998.

Author: Mamie Lee Phillips; University of Southern Mississippi.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection consists of a two-page typed memoir of Mrs. Phillip's experiences as an African American in a segregated society and the consequences associated with being a civil rights activist. She mentions a visit to Hattiesburg by civil rights activist Aaron Henry and the fire-bombing of Vernon Dahmer's home.
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Named Person: Mamie Lee Phillips; Aaron Henry; Vernon Ferdinand Dahmer; Vernon Ferdinand Dahmer; Aaron Henry; Mamie Lee Phillips
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Mamie Lee Phillips; University of Southern Mississippi.
OCLC Number: 56016760
Description: 2 p.
Other Titles: Mamie L. Phillips civil rights memoir
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The collection consists of a two-page typed memoir of Mrs. Phillip's experiences as an African American in a segregated society and the consequences associated with being a civil rights activist. She mentions a visit to Hattiesburg by civil rights activist Aaron Henry and the fire-bombing of Vernon Dahmer's home.

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