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Nat Lynch By Nat Lynch
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The Songs of Ricky Lynch By Ricky Lynch
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LEGEND has it there were four highwaymen, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Wille Nelson and Kris Kirstofferson, who together - and when riding solo - fought the good fight for country music, all the... More > time shooting from the hip. That is the myth of course, for there's another, Ricky Lynch, who though never in the gang was doing his bit for the cause in a different land. Like his brethern across the Atlantic, his songs have that passion, rhythm and storytewlling that only a musician with pure belief in his songs can have. On Just Lies Again he lays bare the hurt caused by the Western man to the native Indians, while Margarite And The Gambler is a song a young Bob Dylan would have been more than happy to call his own. So here's to Cork's Highwayman. Never hang up your hat Ricky.< Less
Lynch: A Family History By Warren Lynch
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Lynch: A Family History By Warren Lynch
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Lynching in America By Corey Retter
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Lynching In America since the end of the Civil War in 1865 into the 1960's. One-third of lynchings consisted of white people, and two-thirds of lynchings consisted of black people, including men,... More > women and children. Democrats blocked all attempts to pass an Anti-Lynching Law right into the 1960's. The passing of the 1964 Civil Rights Act made a Federal Anti-Lynching Law superfluous.< Less
Kentucky Lynchings By TC Cottrell
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Genealogy research led the author to stories about lynchings near his home town in Kentucky. Further research uncovered two distant cousins who participated in hangings, one in a lynching and the... More > other on the jury of the last public hanging in the United States. The author's goal in revisiting this shameful period in our history is to bring together in one work the details of the lynchings in which his ancestors were involved and those that occurred near the locations where he was raised and spent the formative years of his youth. These include Warren, Logan, Daviess, and Mason Counties. Although none of the lynchings discussed occurred in the author's lifetime, they helped form the culture where he was raised and that culture became part of who he was and is today. It is the author's hope that in revisiting these events the hearts and souls of those filled with hate may soften and be replaced with love and tolerance of all regardless of their race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation.< Less
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Life's Treasures, The Works of Elizabeth Lynch By Elizabeth Lynch
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This book is a compilation of my Mother's watercolors and poems over the years. Mother began painting in 1983 and began writing poetry in 1998. As you open the pages of this book, you will find the... More > treasures of one woman's heart. You will see her birthplace, find her swinging from a grapevine, loving and losing one mate only to be given another to share and love again. Through it all, the memories, the paintings and poems, you will find her treasures and perhaps a reminder of a few of your own.< Less
The Lynch-Mullaney Family in America By Dr. Thomas Lynch
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Ancestral history of the Lynch family as they were established in the United States.
Modern Day Lynching By Rev.Dr.John Williams
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As the dust of the Civil war settled, many Blacks saw an era of prosperity and hope. many state and federal offices which Reconstruction had allowed them to hold. But this was not enough. The... More > architects of the revived South needed something more to further the cause of white supremacy and Black oppression. Out of this need, the era of Jim Crow was born with its "separate but equal" claims. And with it came a wave of violence against America's newest citizens. The social atmosphere of white supremacy which Jim Crow had managed to create soon became a tide of hatred. Bolstered by the idea of the inferiority of Blacks and the protection of "white womanhood," whites saw it as nothing to trample Blacks in a storm of violence. These attacks included lynchings, burnings, and race riots. And though the majority of this violence took place in the South, the North was by no means immune. For more than a century, angry whites made the life of Black America a continuous nightmare.< Less

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LOOKING FOR A MIRACLE...LOOK WITHIN YOUR LIFE LOOKING FOR A... By May Lewis
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