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Opening the doors : the desegregation of the University of Alabama and the fight for civil rights in Tuscaloosa

Publication Type:

Book

Authors:

Hollars,B. J.

Source:

University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, p.288 (2013)

Call Number:

Cubb LD73 .H65 2013

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/10108998

Keywords:

Civil rights movements--Alabama--History, College integration--Alabama--History, University of Alabama--History

Abstract:

Contents: The Cross and the Cadillac: January 26-February 3, 1956 -- "Mule Sense" and the Mobs: February 3-5, 1956 -- Monday's Misfortunes: February 6, 1956 -- The President's Problem: February 6, 1956 -- A War of Words: February 7-March 1956 -- Prepping for Peace: Fall 1962-Spring 1963 -- The Law of the Land: June 5-11, 1963 -- Boone versus Bull: June 6-10, 1963 -- Guns and a Governor: June 8-9, 1963 -- The Calm before the Stand: June 10, 1963 -- A Stand for Segragation: June 11, 1963 -- New Students, New Strategy: June 11-July 1963 -- Old Wounds Healed: October 10, 1996, and September 16, 1998 -- The Rise of Reverend Rogers: 1954-64 -- The Clash at the Courthouse: January-April 23, 1964 -- The Myth of Marable: May-June 8, 1964 -- Bloody Tuesday: June 9, 1964 -- Jamming the Jails: June 10-13, 1964 -- The Defenders: Dates Unknown -- Testing Tuscaloosa: June 30-July 7, 1964 -- Movie Mayhem: July 8-10, 1964 -- Boycotting Buses: August 1-September 12, 1964 -- Remembering Reverend Rogers: March 25-29, 1971 -- The End of the Era: 1964-71.

Publication Language:

eng