Reporting: The Tulsa Riot: 1921

Reporting: The Tulsa Riot: 1921

by Thomas Streissguth (Editor)

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Overview

An absorbing, in-depth collection of contemporary articles on the 1921 Tulsa riots, the deadliest civil disturbance in the nation's history. Articles are gleaned from local and national publications, reprinted in full, and set out in chronological order for the use of students, educators, and historians in search of primary source material.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780990713753
Publisher: The Archive LLC
Publication date: 11/01/2017
Series: Reporting , #1
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

Table of Contents

George Bernard Shaw as a Hero

The Smart Set/January, 1910

Books to Read and Books to Avoid

The Smart Set/February, 1910

The Literary Heavyweight Champion

The Smart Set/March, 1910

A Glance at the Spring Fiction

The Smart Set/April, 1910

Good Old Baltimore

Baltimore Evening Sun/April 18, 1910

Socialism Today

Baltimore Evening Sun/April 20, 1910

Wars Upon Alcohol

Baltimore Evening Sun/April 22, 1910

William Shakespeare

Baltimore Evening Sun/April 23, 1910

Joseph Conrad

Baltimore Evening Sun/April 26, 1910

The One Hundred Best Plays

Baltimore Evening Sun/April 27, 1910

A Great Norwegian

Baltimore Evening Sun/April 28, 1910

​​​Psychotherapy

Baltimore Evening Sun/April 29, 1910

In Praise of a Poet

The Smart Set/May, 1910

On Whiskers

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 2, 1910

The Indian

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 3, 1910

The Charity Bill

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 4, 1910

The Literary Life

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 6, 1910

A Negro State?

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 7, 1910

The Winter’s Tale

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 10, 1910

A Drama of Ideas

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 12, 1910

Thoughts on Eating

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 13, 1910

The Wedding Season

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 16, 1910

The Pestiferous Fly

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 18, 1910

Victuals: A Reverie

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 19, 1910

More Psychotherapy

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 21, 1910

The Theatrical Season

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 23, 1910

A New Nation Arises

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 24, 1910

Notes in the Margin

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 26, 1910

A Plea for Comedy

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 28, 1910

In the Vestry Room

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 30, 1910

Sousa Et Caetera

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 31, 1910

The Greatest of American Writers

The Smart Set/June, 1910

First Editions

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 1, 1910

An Eternal Mystery

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 2, 1910

Mr. Taft at Work

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 3, 1910

Hidden Treasures

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 4, 1910

On Jurisprudence

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 6, 1910

The Play Record

​Baltimore Evening Sun/June 9, 1910

Marginal Notes: Wars Upon the Free Lunch

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 10, 1910

Marginal Notes:

Does Poe Need a Monument?

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 11, 1910

Summer Novels

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 13, 1910

China’s New Senate

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 18, 1910

Marion Harland

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 20, 1910

Marginal Notes: A Hero of Melodrama

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 21, 1910

The Pimlico Road

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 22, 1910

Marginal Notes:

G.B. Shaw as a Tax Dodger

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 23, 1910

On Medical Fees

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 24, 1910

Lower California

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 25, 1910

Chiefly Musical

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 27, 1910

“East Lynne” Wins

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 30, 1910

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