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Barn_Owl
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Devil’s Walking - Klan Murders along Mississippi 1960’s.
By Stanley Nelson and foreword by Greg Iles. I had purchased this book a couple years ago and finally getting around to it. I have thoroughly enjoyed. Extremely informative, Nelson has done his research. I was born in the 70’s and have heard the stories but this book really does bring that era to life. It mainly focuses on Natchez area which takes the book to a new level since very familiar with town.




AUCE05
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re: Devil’s Walking - Klan Murders along Mississippi 1960’s.
Is it politically slanted or a cross-section of that regions history?


Barn_Owl
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re: Devil’s Walking - Klan Murders along Mississippi 1960’s.
Not political. In depth of that regions history.


AUCE05
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re: Devil’s Walking - Klan Murders along Mississippi 1960’s.
Thanks. I am interested in early first hand accounts of American history. More from common citizens POV. I will check this out.


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starkvingrad
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re: Devil’s Walking - Klan Murders along Mississippi 1960’s.
I'd like to read this.


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CottonWasKing
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re: Devil’s Walking - Klan Murders along Mississippi 1960’s.
It’s been sitting on my book shelf for probably a year. I need to actually start it.


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