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Perspective of the Prince Edward County school issue
Material opportunities in public education in the Commonwealth of Virginia: a study of public school property differentials between the races (1962-1963)
Prince Edward County, Virginia: a study in infamy
Prince Edward County, Virginia: showing primary and secondary highways
Prince Edward County: the story without an end; a report prepared for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, July 1963
Study of county decision-makers, Prince Edward County, Virginia
Tragedy of public schools [Part 2 of 3: Report, 1964] : Prince Edward County, Virginia; a report for the Virginia Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights
Tragedy of public schools [Part 3 of 3: Postscript by the editor, 2004] : Prince Edward County, Virginia: a report for the Virginia Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights
In genuinely democratic service, the servant is well served
Making heroes of those of lesser sin
Tragedy of public schools [Part 1 of 3: Special note to the contemporary reader, 2004] : Prince Edward County, Virginia: a report for the Virginia Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights
In the honor and memory of Leslie Francis Griffin and the other heroes and heroines of the Prince Edward County, Virginia, school closing tragedy [A message from Dr. Peeples…]
13 known private schools in Virginia established since 1958 to circumvent desegregation
Green Bay Elementary School, Green Bay, Va., 1962-1963
Green Bay Elementary School, Green Bay, Va., 1962-1963
Robert Russa Moton Museum, Farmville, Va., 50th anniversary of the student strike, display 5 from collection, 2001
Symposium "Prince Edward Stories: Race, Schools, America" at Hampden-Sydney College, Va., 1999
Robert Russa Moton Museum, Farmville, Va., 50th anniversary of the student strike, display 1 from collection, 2001
Robert Russa Moton Museum, Farmville, Va., 50th anniversary of the student strike, display 2 from collection , 2001
Robert Russa Moton Museum, Farmville, Va., 50th anniversary of the student strike, display 3 from collection, 2001

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