- Title Pages
- Prologue In The Office of Registrar Luther Cox
- Chapter 1 Race-Haunted Mississippi
- Chapter 2 A Civil Rights Division in Justice
- Chapter 3 Civil Rights and the 1960 Campaign
- Chapter 4 Theron Lynd and the End of An Era
- Chapter 5 Preparing for Trial
- Chapter 6 The New Judge in the Southern District of Mississippi
- Chapter 7 The First Witness, Jesse Stegall
- Chapter 8 For the Defendants
- Chapter 9 The Burgers of Hattiesburg
- Chapter 10 The Other young Turks
- Chapter 11 Eloise Hopson
- Chapter 12 Hercules and its Inside Agitator, Huck Dunagin
- Chapter 13 Huck’s Men
- Chapter 14 B. F. Bourn, Storekeeper and Freedom Fighter
- Chapter 15 The Reverends James C. Chandler and Wayne Kelly Pittman
- Chapter 16 The Reverend Wendell Phillips Taylor
- Chapter 17 The Leader, Vernon Dahmer
- Chapter 18 The White Witnesses and the Women Who Registered Them
- Chapter 19 “Negro or White Didn’t Have a Thing in the World to do With it”
- Chapter 20 Ike’s Fifth Circuit
- Chapter 21 After the Trial
- Chapter 22 Mississippi Today
“I’d Like to See Them Make Me Change Anything I Want to Say”
- (p.109) Chapter 11 Eloise Hopson
- Count Them One by One
Gordon A. Martin
- University Press of Mississippi
This chapter focuses on the government’s final teacher-witness, Eloise Hopson. It details Hopson’s educational background, teaching career, and Theron Lynd’s denial of her right to vote.
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