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|Tough, 62-year-old Francis Joseph Atlas appeared to have the world on his |
shoulders as he recalled the reprisals faced by him and other Southern Negroes
for merely testifying before the civil rights commission on the problems of voting
|on September 28, 1960, the day after Francis Joseph Atlas testified concerning |
his efforts to register to vote, and continuing to the present time the defendant
cotton ginners, both individual and corporate, have refused and are refusing to
1961 - 848 pages
|B. Defendants further agree that they will not intimidate, threaten, coerce, or |
attempt to intimidate, threaten, or coerce the said Francis Joseph Atlas for the
purpose of interfering with the right of the said Francis Joseph Atlas to vote, or to
vote as ...
|Francis Joseph Atlas, Mr. Benjamin Blockwood, Mr. Adam and Mrs. Julia Millikin, |
Mr. Frank Nervis, and Mrs. Gardenia Johnson, some of the elders mentioned in
the book. Their minds and memories were all still sharp. I will never forget how ...
|Francis Joseph Atlas, an East Carroll Parish, Louisiana, farmer, had attended |
Tuskegee Institute and learned the brick mason trade. He was a Sunday school
superintendent at the Progressive Missionary Baptist Church and a Mason. In
- 64 pages
|U. S. Asks La. Federal Court To Help Negro The Justice Dept. asked the Federal |
Court in Shreveport, La., to order white businessmen to stop harassing a Negro,
Francis Joseph Atlas, 56, who appeared before the Civil Rights Commission last
|Significantly, about 3,000 and 2,000 Negroes are now registered in Fayette and |
Haywood counties, respectively. The fifth case14 involved intimidation of Francis
Joseph Atlas, a Negro farmer from a Louisiana parish in which no Negroes are ...
Alan F. Westin - 1964 - 346 pages
|The fifth case involved intimidation of Francis Joseph Atlas, a Negro farmer from |
a Louisiana parish in which no Negroes are registered although they outnumber
the white persons. Francis Joseph Atlas, a Negro cotton farmer who had raised ...
|This case was filed against cotton ginners and merchants who participated in an |
organized boycott against Francis Joseph Atlas, a fairly successful Negro farmer
in East Carroll Parish who had testified before the Civil Rights Commission ...