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Plessy V Ferguson A segregated drinking fountain in the South c1960

Plessy V Ferguson A segregated drinking fountain in the South c1960

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Plessy V Ferguson. A segregated drinking fountain in the South c.1960

Photograpph of a young African American man drinking out of a "colored" fountain.

Homer Plessy, an African American, boarded a whites only train in New Orleans.

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After The Plessy Vs. Ferguson case in 1892 Segregation became even more apparent and harsh in america, especially in the south.

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Segregated drinking fountains in the Dougherty County Courthouse, 1962. Photo credit: Danny Lyon

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A sign in Montgomery, Alabama, showing separate drinking fountains for blacks and whites

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Plessy v. Ferguson, 1896 Homer Plessy was arrested for refusing to leave a railroad car that prohibited “colored” people. Under Louisiana law, Plessy was “ ...

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An African-American youth at a segregated drinking fountain in Halifax, North Carolina, in 1938.

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The Plessy v Ferguson case. Plessy was charged for sitting in the 'white section' of a car, despite his mixed-race status.

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2 Major Court Cases Page and Page ) Compare and contrast the court cases of Plessy v. Ferguson, 1896 to Brown v. Board of Education, ppt video online ...

An elementary school in Hurlock, Maryland, ca. 1935. Gelatin silver print.

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White tenants seeking to prevent blacks from moving into the Sojourner Truth housing project erected this sign. Detroit, 1942.

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... from the Plessy v. Ferguson ruling. Full text available from Our Documents. Excerpts used in this lesson include: Photo: Segregated Drinking Fountains

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Figure 7.5.1 Segregated Theater, Leland, Mississippi, 1937

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Black citizens sit in the rear of the bus in compliance with South Carolina segregation law

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Segregation in the Southern states (1896-1968); 20.

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