Klansmen battle

Klansmen battle

In January 13, 1958, Klansmen burned a cross on the lawn of a Lumbee American Indian woman in the town of St. Pauls, North Carolina as a warning “because she was dating a white man.” At their next rally, a group of 500 armed Lumbee encircled the klansmen and opened fire.

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