RACES: Lynching No. 8

The men & boys of Union, S. C. took down their rifles, pistols, shotguns one morning last week and went out hunting. Two white women had said that the evening before a Negro with a gun had stopped them, seized the younger of them, held the other at pistol-point while the first, after wrenching free, ran for her brother. When the brother came, said the women, the Negro shot at him. He fell down, feigned death. That frightened the Negro away. . . . Soon the men & boys of Union returned,...

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