- 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
- (p.234) Epilogue
- Count Them One by One
Gordon A. Martin
- University Press of Mississippi
This chapter presents the author’s account of an incident that occurred during the celebration of the fortieth anniversary of James Meredith’s integration at the University of Mississippi on September 30, 2002 at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston. During the event, Don Byrd, a white man in his early sixties, stepped up to the microphone and informed the crowd that he had been a potential rioter against James Meredith in the fall of 1962. But he experienced an epiphany after watching John Doar present the case about the need to give black people the right to vote, which fundamentally changed his life; he came that night to give thanks to Doar.
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