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"Through Miami's Negro section rolled a procession of more than 50 autos, with license plates carefully covered. Inside sat men peering through the sheet-like garb of the KKK. Some dangled knotted nooses, silent threat of lynching, from their car windows. The paraders dropped crimson-lettered cards reading: 'Respectable Negro citizens not voting tomorrow'."

"When the votes were cast next day, Miami had a striking object lesson in the efficacy of Klan tactics - the Negro vote was five times larger than any in the city's history."

Click here to read about the Klan in Indiana.

Click here to read about the Klan in Oklahoma.

Click here to read about the Klan in Texas and Oregon.

During the Thirties and early Forties there was a link between the Bund and the KKK: click here to read about him.


The Klan in Miami (Pathfinder Magazine, 1939)

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