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A depressing end of the year round-up listing the 1916 lynchings concentrating on the state of Georgia as the lynching champion for the second year in a row (Louisiana, Mississippi and Missouri were all tied for the 1914 title).

The sub-plot for the article centers on race hatred as one factor among many which justified the "northward migration of the Negroes" which was actively in full-swing at the time this column had gone to press.

Click here if you would like to see the lynching records for 1918.

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The Lynchings of 1916  (Literary Digest, 1917)

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