School Desegregation in Alabama

Subject

Civil Rights

Creator

1. Florence Herald
2. Tri-Cities Daily
3-17. Florence Herald

Source

Florence Herald

Publisher

Microfilm

Contributor

Lee Freeman

Rights

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Format

Jpeg

Language

English

Type

Still Image

Files

Integrate or Lose State School Funds FH Thurs Jul 16 1964 p 1.jpg
Educators Condemn Guidelines TCD Fri Apr 1 1966 p 1.jpg
Educators Seek Delay of New Fed Gudelines FH Thurs Apr 14 1966 p 1.jpg
Educators Join Resistance to US Guidelines FH Thurs June 9 1966 p 1.jpg
Educators Join Resistance to US Guidelines FH Thurs June 9 1966 p 1 p II.jpg
Enforcement Federal Guidelines Continues FH Thurs July 22 1966 p 1.jpg
Enforcement Federal Guidelines Continues FH Thurs July 22 1966 p 2.jpg
Wallace Asks $44 Million For State's School System FH Thurs July 28 1966 p 1.jpg
Wallace Expected to Ask New School Bill FH Turs Aug 18 1966 p 1.jpg
Governor Lay off School Boards FH Thurs Aug 18 1966 p 2.jpg
Wallace Anti-Guideline Bill Now Before FH Thurs Aug  25 1966 p 1.jpg
Wallace Anti-Guideline Bill FH Thurs Aug 25 1966 p 2.jpg
Anti-Guidelines Bill Awaits Passage FH Thurs Sept 1 1966 p 1.jpg
Anti-Guidelines Bill Awaits Passage FH Thurs Sept 1 1966 p 2.jpg
Special Session Adjourned Anti-Guidelines Bill Passed FH Thurs Sept 8 1966 p 1.jpg
Special Session Adjourned Anti-Guidelines Bill Passed FH Thurs Sept 8 1966 p 2.jpg
Rep Jim Martin Makes Address FH Thurs Sept 8 1966 p 1.jpg

Collection

Citation

1. Florence Herald 2. Tri-Cities Daily 3-17. Florence Herald , “School Desegregation in Alabama,” Shoals Black History, accessed October 19, 2021, https://shoalsblackhistory.omeka.net/items/show/1107.