Catalog Record: The black man's burden, or, The horrors of southern lynchings : the most thrilling expose of southern lawlessness ever presented to the American people : the methods of the lynchers : the frightful experience of Julius Gardner, of Arkansas, a man who was actually lynched : Mr. Gardner is the only colored man who, having been accused of crime and arrested by a southern mob, has lived to relate his experience | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The black man's burden, or, The horrors of southern lynchings : the most thrilling expose of southern lawlessness ever presented to the American people : the methods of the lynchers : the frightful experience of Julius Gardner, of Arkansas, a man who was actually lynched : Mr. Gardner is the only colored man who, having been accused of crime and arrested by a southern mob, has lived to relate his experience / by Irenas J. Palmer.

Main Author: Palmer, Irenas J.
Related Names: Gardner, Julius.
Language(s): English
Published: Olean, N.Y. : Oleana Evening Herald Print, 1902.
Subjects: African American soldiers.
Lynching.
Note: "An Arkansas lynching, as related by Mr. Gardner": p. [43]-60.
Physical Description: 60 pages ; 23 cm.
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