Mae Crow
Mae Crow

c. 1912, the year she was murdered in Forsyth County, Georgia

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Reid and Lummus
Reid and Lummus

County Sheriff Bill Reid and Deputy M. G. Lummus

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The Prisoners
The Prisoners

Jane Daniel, Oscar Daniel, Ernest Knox, and others arrested in 1912

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Jane and Oscar Daniel
Jane and Oscar Daniel

in Atlanta, on their way to stand trial in Forsyth

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Joseph Kellogg
Joseph Kellogg

who owned a 200-acre farm near Sawnee Mountain

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The Brown Children
The Brown Children

Harrison, Rosalee, Bertie, Fred, Naomi, and Minor, all expelled from Forsyth

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Azzie Crow
Azzie Crow

mother of Mae Crow

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"White Power Rally"
"White Power Rally"

on the Cumming square, January 17th, 1987

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"Forsyth Stays White!"
"Forsyth Stays White!"

January 17th, 1987

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Hosea Williams
Hosea Williams

leading the First Brotherhood March, January 17th, 1987

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National Guardsmen
National Guardsmen

protecting peace marchers, January 24th, 1987

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The Second Brotherhood March
The Second Brotherhood March

January 24th, 1987

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