Claude Neal (b. 1911 – d. October 26, 1934) was a 23-year-old African-American farmhand who was arrested in Jackson County, Florida, on October 19, 1934, for allegedly raping and killing Lola Cannady, a 19-year-old white woman missing since the preceding night.
The Moore’s Ford Lynchings, also known as the 1946 Georgia lynching, refers to the July 25, 1946, murders of four young African Americans by a mob of White men.
|Lynchings: By Year and Race|
According to investigator Walter F. White of the NAACP, Mary Turner was tied and hung upside down by the ankles, her clothes soaked with gasoline, and burned from her body.
|Lynchings: By State and Race, 1882-1968 *|
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) on Monday signed a bill repealing a citizen’s arrest law once used to justify lynchings after the Civil War after the law was brought into the national spotlight and widely condemned when a prosecutor used it to justify the vigilante-style killing of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery last year.
|March 14, 1891 New Orleans lynchings|
|Date||March 14, 1891|
|Target||Italian American suspects of the murder of David Hennessy|
|Born||Samuel Johnson 1820 Colts Neck Township, New Jersey|
|Died||March 5, 1886 (aged 66) Eatontown, New Jersey|
|Known for||Lynching victim|
George Armwood was lynched in Princess Anne, Maryland, on October 18, 1933. His murder was the last recorded lynching in Maryland.
D. and Laura were both charged with murder; Laura was charged because she allegedly grabbed the gun first. Her husband, Austin, pleaded guilty to larceny and was sent to the relative safety of the state prison in McAlester, while his wife and son were held in the county jail until their trial.
On May 19, 1918, Mary Turner, a Black woman who was eight months pregnant, was lynched by a white mob from Brooks County, Georgia, at Folsom’s Bridge 16 miles north of Valdosta for speaking publicly against the lynching of her husband the day before.
The traditional story — that there were 493 lynchings in Texas between 1882 and 1968 — accounts for only about two-thirds of the more than 700 lynchings that we have documented at Lynching in Texas.
What does Ida B Wells say actually caused lynching? Wells believed the rapes at first. She assumed that they were being lynched because they were raping white women, at first she doesn’t question this, but only questions the lynching punishment.
Fairfield, New Jersey is the most Italian place in the United States according to the United States Census Bureau, whose latest numbers came out earlier this month. Just more than half of residents —50.3 percent — of its 7,475 residents claim Italian ancestry.
|New Orleans massacre of 1866|
|Perpetrators||Ex-Confederates, white supremacists, and members of the New Orleans Police Force|
Princess Anne is a beautiful and wonderful area. The quality of the town is spectacular du to genuinely nice individuals who reside there. Princess Anne is a town in Somerset County, Maryland, United States, and also serves as its county seat.  The population was 3,290 at the 2010 census.
Two documented lynchings occurred in Pennsylvania in 1894 and 1911, explained historian John Moore, of Northumberland. … A reported 3,000 people, including women and children, watched the lynching, Moore said. Lynchings were communal events, Davis said. “In fact, there were lynching postcards circulated for such events.”
transitive verb. : to put to death (as by hanging) by mob action without legal approval or permission The accused killer was lynched by an angry mob.
|Founded||December 23, 1825|
|Named for||William Jones Lowndes|
After four minutes of deliberation, the jury’s foreman announced a guilty verdict and a sentence of death. The trial lasted about one hour. Court officers approached Washington to escort him away, but were pushed aside by a surge of spectators, who seized Washington and dragged him outside.
Italian Brazilians are the largest number of people with full or partial Italian ancestry outside Italy, with São Paulo being the most populous city with Italian ancestry in the world.
They scattered all over the New York region, settling in Brooklyn, the Bronx, and nearby towns in New Jersey. Perhaps the greatest concentration of all, though, was in Manhattan.
Riots rocked New Orleans on July 30, 1866, when a convention met to stop Louisiana’s Black Codes from taking effect. Official reports listed 37 dead and 146 wounded, but witnesses claimed that the tolls were much higher. Johnson believed the Southern states should decide the course that was best for them.
The New Orleans Massacre (also known as the New Orleans Riot) occurred when white residents attacked Black marchers gathered outside the Mechanics Institute, where the reconvened Louisiana Constitutional Convention met in response to the state legislature enacting Black Codes and limiting suffrage.
Louisiana has more than 220,200 people claiming Italian ancestry, about 4 percent of the state’s population.
|Independent city||Virginia Beach|
|Princess Anne Shire||1691|
|Time zone||UTC−5 (Eastern (EST))|