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Klansville, U.S.A.The Rise and Fall of the Civil Rights-Era Ku Klux Klan$

David Cunningham

Print publication date: 2012

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periodicals consulted

Asheville Citizen

Carolina Israelite (Charlotte, NC)

Carolina Times (Durham, NC)

Charlotte Daily Observer

Charlotte Magazine

Charlotte News

Charlotte Observer

The Cocoa (FL) Tribune

Concord Tribune

Daily Oklahoman (OK)

The Daily Record (Dunn, NC)

Durham Herald Sun

Durham Morning Herald

Fiery Cross (Tuscaloosa, AL)

Fort Lauderdale (FL) News

Greensboro Daily News

Greensboro News and Record

Greensboro Record

Greenville Daily Reflector

Harper's Magazine

High Point Enterprise

Huntsville (AL) Times

Independent Weekly (Durham, NC)

Jacksonville (FL) Times-Union

Kinston Daily Free Press

Life Magazine

New Bern Sun-Journal

The New Citizen

New York Herald Tribune

New York Times

New York World

Raleigh Daily Standard

Raleigh News and Observer

Raleigh Times

The Roanoke Beacon

Roanoke Rapids Daily Herald

The Robesonian

Salisbury Post

Saturday Evening Post

Smithfield Herald

(p.326) The Southern Patriot

Tampa (FL) Tribune

Tucson (AZ) Citizen

Washington (DC) Post

Wilmington Journal

Winston-Salem Journal and Sentinel

Winston-Salem Journal

archives referenced

AFSC(American Friends Service Committee Archives, Philadelphia, PA)

CORE(Congress of Racial Equality Papers, Microfilm, Boston Public Library)

DU(Duke University Archives, Durham, NC)

ECU(East Carolina University Special Collections, Greenville, NC)

FBI(COINTELPRO-White Hate Memos, Microfilm, Scholarly Resources Inc.)

HU(Ralph J. Bunche Collection, Moorland-Spingarn Reseach Center, Howard University, Washington, DC)

HUAC(House Un-American Activities Committee Ku Klux Klan Investigation Files, National Archives, Washington, DC)

Note: Box “X” indicates that document was part of a box compiled by NARA staff of folders from various containers in the collection.

LBJ(Lyndon Baines Johnson Archives, Austin, TX)

MARBL (Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library, Emory University, Atlanta, GA)

NCSA(North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, NC)

SHC(Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

SNCC(Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee Papers, Microfilm, Boston Public Library)

UNC(North Carolina Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

UNCC(J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections, University of North Carolina at Charlotte)

UNCG(Civil Rights Greensboro Collection, University Archives and Manuscripts, University of North Carolina at Greensboro)

USM(McCain Library, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MI)