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Elaine Massacre, Elaine, Ark., 1919

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Charles Hillman Brough Papers

Identifier: MS B79
Scope and Content Note Correspondence, addresses, lectures and speeches, clippings, invitations, literary manuscripts, pamphlets, programs, reports, and other material pertaining to the life and to the personal, familial, academic, professional political, civic, religious and other affairs of the Arkansas lawyer, educator, lecturer, author and politician who was University of Arkansas professor of economics and sociology (1903-15), Governor of Arkansas (1917-21), Redpath Chautauqua circuit lecturer (1918-24),...
Dates: 1895-1935

Walter Lee Brown Collection

Identifier: MC 1200
Scope and Content Note The collection contains papers of the P.G. Henry family, ca. 1861-1892 (store ledger, receipts, letters, special orders, appointment papers signed by the then Governor of Arkansas, Isaac Murphy, and a recipe for magic soap); papers of the Ward, Jones, and Earle Families, ca. 1862-1879 (family letters with typewritten transcripts, last will, bills of sale, receipts, and other papers); papers of Hal L. Norwood, Arkansas Attorney General in the early 1900s, ca. 1896-1915 (correspondence,...
Dates: circa 1861-1928

John Elvis Miller Oral History Interview

Identifier: MC 279
Scope and Content Note

Oral history interview and transcript conducted by Walter L. Brown, Bruce Parham, and Samuel A. Sizer at Fort Smith, Arkansas, March 18, 1976 with John Elvis Miller. Interview conducted at Miller's office in the U.S. Post Office building, Fort Smith, Arkansas. In the interview Miller discusses his youth, the Elaine, Arkansas race riots of 1919, and his political career.

Dates: 1976

Kerry Taylor Elaine Race Massacre Research Materials

Identifier: MC 1710
Scope and Content Note As an avid researcher of labor history, Taylor assembled a collection of newspaper clippings, primary documents, notes, secondary sources, and miscellaneous materials on the Elaine, Arkansas's "Race Riot". The Elaine Race Riot, also called the Elaine Massacre, was a race riot that began on September 30, 1919, in the small town of Elaine, located in Phillips County, Arkansas. The event continued through the month of October. The events in Elaine stemmed...
Dates: 1915-1996

David Yancey Thomas Papers

Identifier: MS T362 12
Scope and Content Note Correspondence, speeches, notes, diary, literary manuscripts, songs, notices, lists, photograph, clippings, leaflets, broadsides, programs, and other published or unpublished material created, received, or collected by University of Arkansas professor of history and political science David Yancey Thomas. Includes materials pertaining to: his academic career, especially at the University of Arkansas and specifically as regards his retirement; his research and publication in areas of United...
Dates: 1872-1966; Majority of material found within 1905-1943