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Bullets and Fire : Lynching and Authority in Arkansas, 1840-1950 - by Guy Lancaster (Paperback)

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Bullets and Fire is the first collection on lynching in Arkansas, exploring all corners of the state from the time of slavery up to the mid-twentieth century and covering stories of the perpetrators, victims, and those who fought against vigilante violence.

Among the topics discussed are the lynching of slaves, the Arkansas Council of the Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching, the 1927 lynching of John Carter in Little Rock, and the state’s long opposition to a federal anti-lynching law.

Throughout, the work reveals how the phenomenon of lynching—as the means by which a system of ****** reified itself, with its perpetrators rarely punished and its defenders never condemned—served to construct authority in Arkansas. Bullets and Fire will add depth to the growing body of literature on American lynching and integrate a deeper understanding of this violence into Arkansas history.
Number of Pages: 344
Genre: History
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Univ of Arkansas Pr
Author: Guy Lancaster
Language: English
Street Date: December 31, 2017
TCIN: 53122531
UPC: 9781682260449
Item Number (DPCI): 248-55-2202
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