June 25th, 1934
June 25th, 1900
Racist agitation it appears was the rule of the day for this issue of the Seattle Times 100 years ago to the day.
Note how both stories, one in Oklahoma and the other in Oregon both feature “500 men” going after just one or two individuals. Gimme a break, weirdo past.
August 15th, 1911
Behold the genocide. This is a partial listing of lynchings from this era. In which Daniel Dove, the vicitim, is listed. Now for the the men behind their masks, who were they? Good question. That’s why they wore the masks!
October 22nd, 1906
For more details on what really happened and how various media covered it, please see Amy Louise Wood’s “They Never Witnessed Such a Melodrama" essay.
April 21st, 1911
Here’s a short bio on a performer who may have been at the described show.
February 17th, 1902