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Racial Cleansing in Arkansas, 1883-1924
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Detailed Table of Contents Racial Cleansing in Arkansas, 1883-1924: Politics, Land/Labor, and Criminality. Introduction a. Plan of the Book b. The Implications of This Research c. Acknowledgements Politics a. Conway County b. Amity c. Limited Expulsions from Marion and Forrest City d. Conclusion Land/Labor a. Railroads and Racial Cleansing b. Dead Lines and Black Homes c. Whitecapping and Industry in Northeastern Arkansas d. Timber Industry in Southern Arkansas and the Ouachita Mountains e. Coal Mining and the Bonanza Race War of 1904 f. Racial Cleansing in Agriculture g. Conclusion Criminality a. Green County, Reconstruction-1892 b. Lonoke County, 1897-1898 c. Cotter, 1906 d. Harrison, 1905 and 1909 e. Various Pope County Incidents of the 1910s f. Hickory Ridge, Circa 1910 g. Catcher, 1923-1924 h. Conclusion Unknown and Multivalent Causes a. Benton County b. Evening Shade, 1906 c. Salem, Circa 1907 d. Buffalo Island e. Mena and Polk County f. Conclusion Conclusion Bibliography

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Guy Lancaster is the editor of the online Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture, a project of the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies at the Central Arkansas Library System.

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The work is a good analysis of racial cleansing in Arkansas in the period between Reconstruction and the end of the First World War. The concept of racial cleansing is a valuable conceptual framework in which to analyse the events of this place and time, and the concept itself is well defined and adequately frames the discussion of sundown towns. . . . [T]he author's decision to integrate perspectives other than history to explain the existence of these communities - among them sociology, anthropology and political science - provided valuable insights into racial cleansing. . . .This work makes a significant contribution to the study of race relations, not only historically, but sociologically, by providing insights into the consequences to an area's culture due to efforts to retain social, economic and political advantage. * Capital & Class *
This compact, well-researched volume has moments of great drama and deep tragedy. . . .Racial Cleansing in Arkansas tells tragic stories with an analytical care that helps us to learn from them. The banality of some of the evil is at times perfectly captured. . . .[T]his is a painful story well-told and well-worth remembering. * Arkansas Review *
Racial Cleansing in Arkansas, 1883-1924: Politics, Land, Labor, and Criminality is a meticulously documented and in-depth analysis of a crucial aspect of White Supremacy that has been understudied by historians. Guy Lancaster's study will serve as a blueprint for scholars throughout the United States. Though a work primarily of immense historical significance, Dr. Lancaster's treatment of the consequences of `racial cleansing' is the gold standard for anyone interested in this era. -- Grif Stockley, author of Ruled by Race: Black/White Relations in Arkansas from Slavery to the Present
Guy Lancaster has advanced the boundaries of our knowledge of one of the darkest chapters in America's history. Beginning in the 1860s and continuing through the 1920s, whites conducted a series of racial cleansings, forcing blacks to flee for their lives. While the general outlines of this practice have finally come to light, Lancaster focuses on one state-Arkansas-and explains in exhaustive detail what took place. Where Lancaster has led, I hope researchers in other states will follow. -- Elliot Jaspin, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of Buried in the Bitter Waters: The Hidden History of Racial Cleansing in America

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