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My soul is rested : movement days in the Deep South remembered

Author: Howell Raines
Publisher: New York : Putnam, ©1977.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Raines, Howell.
My soul is rested.
New York : Putnam, ©1977
(OCoLC)654822411
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Howell Raines
ISBN: 0399118535 9780399118531
OCLC Number: 2644348
Description: 472 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Book one: Montgomery, 1955: E.D. Nixon --
Rosa L. Parks --
E.D. Nixon --
Bayard Rustin --
Yancey Martin --
T.M. Alexander --
Joseph E. Lowery --
Black surprise: Student sit-ins and the birth of the SNCC: Franklin McCain --
Julian Bond and Lonnie King --
John Calhoun --
John Lewis --
Julian Bond --
Connie Curry --
Freedom Riders: James Farmer --
Hank Thomas --
John Lewis --
James Farmer --
Alabama: Battleground state --
Part one: Birmingham --
Ed Garner --
Andrew Marrisett --
Abraham Wood --
Fred L. Shuttlesworth --
Sid Smyer --
Ben Allen and Glen V. Evans --
Chuck Morgan --
Chris McNair --
Part two: Selma: Albert Turner --
Willie Bolden --
Albert Turner --
Wilson Baker --
Sheyann Webb --
John Lewis --
Willie Bolden --
Sheyann Webb --
John Lewis --
Julian Bond --
Wilson Baker --
Memories of the march --
Joseph E. Lowery --
Andrew Durgan --
Mississippi: SNCC and the home-grown heroes: Amzie Moore --
Lawrence Guyot --
Charles Cobb --
Fannie Lou Hamer --
Ivanhoe Donaldson --
Hartman Turnbow --
Julian Bond --
Lawrence Guyot --
Ruby Hurley --
Dave Dennis --
Mary Dora Jones --
Harry Bowie --
Marion Barry --
Lawrence Guyot --
Book two: Down home resistance: Robert Patterson --
John Patterson --
Sol Tepper --
Bobby Shelton --
J.B. Stoner --
Higher education: Autherine Lucy Foster --
Ben Allen --
Vivian Malone Jones --
Hamilton Holmes --
Lawyers and lawmen --
Nicholas Katzenbach --
Elbert Tuttle --
Arthur Shores --
Herbert Jenkins --
Everette Little --
Laurie Pritchett --
Reporters: Eugene Patterson --
Richard Valeriani --
Tony Hefferman --
Wendell Hoffman --
Claude Sitton --
Neil Maxwell --
Nelson Benton --
William Bradford Huie --
Assorted rebels: Nannie Washburn --
Helen Bullard --
Charles R. Sims --
Black Camelot: Andrew Young --
Dorothy Cotton --
Hosea Williams --
Randolph Blackwell --
Willie Bolden --
Leon Hall --
J.T. Johnson --
Recessional: Ralph David Abernathy.
Responsibility: Howell Raines.

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