By Harriet C. Frazier
Yost it seems that catalogued her 123 entries, a few containing as much as six names, in keeping with her newspaper resources’ headlines, now not the particular tales at the lynchings. Her catalog locations a few occasions in counties that didn't exist on the time of the lynching. during this e-book, blunders in her information are corrected: misspelled names, unsuitable locations and dates, and the variety of sufferers consistent with incident.
In contract with Yost, the writer reveals that almost all of the sufferers have been white males who have been horse thieves, their deaths occurring within the jap tier of counties bordering Missouri, a space then and now the place such a lot Kansans lived. The final lynching in Kansas came about in 1932 within the severe northwest of the kingdom, and an interview of an eyewitness is included.
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Lynchings in Kansas, 1850s–1932 by Harriet C. Frazier