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  • So he and a friend combed Black Creek and then the Chickasawhay before capturing one.

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  • Nor was it the editorial that revealed the truth about the last of the lynchings of 1918, the ones in Mississippi around Christmas in which two young men and two young girls, both pregnant, were hanged on a bridge over the Chickasawhay River—an editorial that was almost too horrifying to read.

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  • All four had been hanged in Mississippi from the girders of a bridge spanning the Chickasawhay River.

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  • All four had been hanged in Mississippi from the girders of a bridge spanning the Chickasawhay River.

    Savage Peace

  • Nor was it the editorial that revealed the truth about the last of the lynchings of 1918, the ones in Mississippi around Christmas in which two young men and two young girls, both pregnant, were hanged on a bridge over the Chickasawhay River—an editorial that was almost too horrifying to read.

    Savage Peace

  • Nor was it the editorial that revealed the truth about the last of the lynchings of 1918, the ones in Mississippi around Christmas in which two young men and two young girls, both pregnant, were hanged on a bridge over the Chickasawhay River—an editorial that was almost too horrifying to read.

    Savage Peace

  • All four had been hanged in Mississippi from the girders of a bridge spanning the Chickasawhay River.

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  • My son, daughter-in-law and I have been hunting (when we're not getting swept away by flood waters) near Leakesville along the Chickasawhay, and the bucks seem to have come out of the woodwork the past few days.

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