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Thu Oct 16 18:00:08 2014 UTClccn-nr980303370.00Montgomery Bus Boycott trial transcript,0.450.53The riotmakers /51605762nr 98030337lccn-n82048664Wallace, George C.(George Corley)1919-np-foster, joeFoster, Joenp-elmore, willieElmore, Willienp-moseley, s eMoseley, S. E.lccn-n87927953Parks, Rosa1913-2005viaf-287336859Gardner, J. B.lccn-n85143474Alford, Josephnp-stewart, robert bStewart, Robert, a eBeasley, A. E.lccn-n79084324King, Martin LutherJr1929-1968Azbell, JoeRace relationsUnited StatesAfrican Americans--Race identityBlack powerAfrican Americans--Civil rightsWallace, George C.--(George Corley),BusesAlabama--MontgomeryFreedom of movementWilliams, C. HParks, Rosa,AlabamaTrials (Conspiracy)Bennett, RoyKing, Martin Luther,--Jr.,Foster, JoeRobinson, JoAnnJohnson, D. SSegregation in transportationBoycottsCivil rights demonstrationsRace discriminationTransportation--Law and legislationWomen civil rights workersAbernathy, Ralph,African AmericansDurr, Virginia FosterRobinson, Jo Ann Gibson,Alabama Council on Human RelationsHughes, RobertKing, Martin Luther,Jones, HaroldAzbell, JoeNational Association for the Advancement of Colored PeopleSmith, Kelly Miller,Montgomery Improvement AssociationFisk UniversityAfrican Americans--Religion19511968197319762867301.45E185.61ocn002936526152ocn003312938book19680.53Azbell, JoeThe riotmakers71ocn010637085book19730.31George Wallace, American : a photobiography31ocn002936526book19760.47George Wallace, American : a photobiography. The story of George Wallace from childhood to the 1976 campaign.21ocn028881184book19510.47Azbell, JoeBlack dynamite : the facts about the red conspiracy to turn Negroes against America11ocn080268784mixAlabamaMontgomery Bus Boycott trial transcriptThis series consists of the State Attorney General's copy of the transcript of the Circuit Court trial that occurred on 1956 Mar. 19. In addition to King, Roy Bennett, E.N. French, and E.D. Dixon were named as defendants. Attorneys for the defense were Fred D. Gray, Charles D. Langford, Orzell Billingsley, Jr., Peter A. Hall, and Arthur D. Shores. Maury D. Smith, Robert B. Stewart, and William F. Thetford served as prosecuting attorneys01ocn086117152mixValien, PrestonPhotocopies of interviews with participants and leaders of the Montgomery Bus Boycott; also, copies of notes of mass meetings, and interviews concerning reactions of the white community to Montgomery Bus Boycott. Interviews with Martin Luther King, Jr. and local officials. Photocopies of correspondence between Valien, Willie Mae Lee and others who interviewed persons in Montgomery during the Montgomery Bus BoycottThu Oct 16 15:51:36 EDT 2014batch5331