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Freedom riders : 1961 and the struggle for racial justice
Raymond Arsenault
Adult Nonfiction E185.61 .A69 2006

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ContentsPage
List of Mapsp. x
Editors' Notep. xi
Introductionp. 1
1 - You Don't Have to Ride Jim Crowp. 11
2 - Beside the Weary Roadp. 56
3 - Hallelujah! I'm a-Travelin'p. 93
4 - Alabama Boundp. 140
5 - Get on Board, Little Childrenp. 177
6 - If You Miss Me from the Back of the Busp. 209
7 - Freedom's Coming and It Won't Be Longp. 259
8 - Make Me a Captive, Lordp. 304
9 - Ain't Gonna Let No Jail House Turn Me 'Roundp. 343
10 - Woke Up This Morning with My Mind on Freedomp. 382
11 - Oh, Freedomp. 424
Epilogue: Glory Boundp. 477
Acknowledgmentsp. 527
Appendix - Roster of Freedom Ridersp. 533
Notesp. 588
Bibliographyp. 653
Indexp. 680
Maps
1 - Journey of Reconciliation, April 1947p. 42
2 - CORE Freedom Ride, May 4-May 17, 1961p. 113
3 - Anniston, Alabama, May 14, 1961p. 142
4 - Birmingham, Alabama, May 14-20, 1961p. 152
5 - Montgomery, Alabama, May 20-24, 1961p. 210
6 - Mississippi, 1961p. 264
7 - Jackson, Mississippi, 1961p. 268
8 - Freedom Rides, April-December 1961p. 319
9 - McComb and Southwestern Mississippi, Fall 1961p. 401
10 - Albany and Southwestern Georgia, 1961-1962p. 453


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