Civil Rights in Mississippi Series

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The Smell of Burning Crosses

An Autobiography of a Mississippi Newspaperman

By Ira Harkey; Introduction by William Hustwit
University Press of Mississippi

A Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist's account of the terror and menace leveled at advocates of integration

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The Smell of Burning Crosses

An Autobiography of a Mississippi Newspaperman

By Ira Harkey; Introduction by William Hustwit
University Press of Mississippi

A Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist's account of the terror and menace leveled at advocates of integration

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Three Years in Mississippi

By James Meredith; Introduction by Aram Goudsouzian
University Press of Mississippi

The first-person account of a daring, extraordinary blow against segregation

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Mississippi Black Paper

Foreword by Reinhold Niebuhr; Introduction by Hodding Carter III and Jason Morgan Ward
University Press of Mississippi

Shocking testimonials of the brutality committed against those fighting for freedom

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Mississippi

The Long, Hot Summer

University Press of Mississippi

The original sociological encounter with the riven demographics of the closed society

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So the Heffners Left McComb

By Hodding Carter II; Preface by Oliver Emmerich; Introduction by Trent Brown
University Press of Mississippi

The shocking tale of a white Mississippi family ostracized and devastated after breaking bread with civil rights workers

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