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A two page account listing the sixty-four lynchings that took place during 1918; the names of the victims, dates, locations, and their alleged violations. There is no mention made concerning how the data was collected.

"According to THE CRISES records there were 64 Negroes, 5 of whom were Negro women, and four white men, lynched in the United States during the year 1918, as compared with 224 persons lynched and killed in mob violence during 1917, 44 of whom were lynchings of Negroes..."

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Lynching Record For The Year 1918 (The Crises, 1919)

Lynching Record For The Year 1918 (The Crises, 1919)

Lynching Record For The Year 1918 (The Crises, 1919)

Lynching Record For The Year 1918 (The Crises, 1919)

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