Along Freedom Road: Hyde County, North Carolina and the Fate of Black Schools in the South

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Univ of North Carolina Press, 1994 - History - 235 pages
David Cecelski chronicles one of the most sustained and successful protests of the civil rights movement_the 1968-69 school boycott in Hyde County, North Carolina. For an entire year, the county's black citizens refused to send their children to school in
 

Contents

Introduction
7
Prologue 19541964
17
Chapter 1
31
Chapter 2
59
Chapter 3
83
Chapter 4
105
Chapter 5
127
Chapter 6
145
Epilogue
163
Notes
175
Bibliography
207
Index
225
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About the author (1994)

David S. Cecelski is the Lehman Brady Joint Chair Professor in Documentary and American Studies at Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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