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Garfield King (c. 1880-1898)
MSA SC 3520-13747

Sources:


Newspaper articles -

"The Lynching of the Negro King." The Salisbury Advertiser, 28 May 1898.

"A Murder and Lynching."  The Salisbury Advertiser, 28 May 1898.

"Hanged At Salisbury:  Garfield King, Colored, Taken From Jail And Lynched."  The Baltimore Sun, 26 May 1898.

"Salisbury Lynching:  Horror And Indignation Succeeds A Spasm Of Frenzy And Lawlessness."  The Baltimore Sun, 27 May 1898.

"Wicomico Aroused:  People In One Of The Districts Excited Over The Recent Lynching."  The Baltimore Sun, 28 May 1898.

"Hanged at Salisbury."  The Baltimore Weekly Sun, 28 May 1898.

"Against Lynching."  The Baltimore Sun, 30 May 1898.

"Condemnation Resolution."  The Salisbury Advertiser, 4 June 1898.


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