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The Crisis at Mansfield
About the Project
News Coverage of the Crisis
Before the Crisis
During the Crisis
After the Crisis
The KXAS Collection
Allan Shivers and Dwight D. Eisenhower
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Eisenhower and Shivers relationship
The NAACP in Texas
Rise of the NAACP in Texas
Texas v. The NAACP
Jackson v. Rawdon Overview
Jackson v. Rawdon - Documents
The Desegregation of Public Schools
Desegregation in Texas
Desegregation in Poolesville
Desegregation in Sturgis
Desegregation in Clinton
Desegregation in Little Rock
Desegregation in New Orleans
Jim Crow Mansfield
Jim Crow Era Mansfield Overview
Mansfield Local History before Crisis
Mansfield Public Memory before the Crisis
Mansfield Crisis 1956
Mansfield Images, 1956
Mansfield Media Coverage, 1956
Mansfield Public Memory, 1956
Mansfield Local History, 1956
Mansfield Images, after 1956
Mansfield Media Coverage, after 1956
Mansfield Local History, after 1956
Mansfield Public Memory, after 1956
Road to Civil Rights Act of 1964
Cabinet paper of 1956
Civil Rights Act of 1957
Statement of Attorney General to Senate Judicary Committee 1957
Civil Rights Act of 1960
White House Desegregation Meetings Regarding the 1964 Civil Rights Act
Albert Gore Letters to Citizens
Senate Bipartisan Meeting about the Civil Rights Act of 1964
Burke "Marshall" Detailed analyis of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
Civil Rights Act of 1964
This collection includes oral history interviews with current and former residents of Mansfield who have varying experiences with integration. Interviewees include Floyd Moody, John Howard Hicks, Brenda Norwood and Kenneth Pressley.
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Floyd Moody talks about what he did for leisure growing up in Mansfield.
Floyd Moody talks about his satisfaction with the way things went.
Pastor Floyd Moody records an oral history interview with student Kim Moody (no relation).
Brenda Norwood discusses sitting at the back of the bus and receiving secondhand books.
Brenda Norwood discusses discrimination against African Americans.
Brenda Norwood discusses more about the first day of integration.
Floyd Moody talks about news media coming to IM Terrell.
Floyd Moody talks about a picture taken in front of a Mansfield bus.
Brenda Norwood discusses what a newly integrated Mansfield High School was like.
Brenda Norwood discusses the first day of school when Mansfield integrated.
Floyd Moody reflects on his feelings about the integration attempt of Mansfield High School.
Floyd Moody discusses L. Clifford Davis backing off from the integration attempts at Mansfield High School and how the passage of time changes situations by itself.
Floyd Moody remembers sitting around table at Mansfield High School with Superintendent R.L. Huffman and others discussing integration plans.
Floyd Moody discusses his father losing his home and his job as a sharecropper as a result of 1956 integration attempts at Mansfield High School.
Floyd Moody discusses President Eisenhower's lack of involvement with 1956 integration attempts at Mansfield High School.
Kenneth Pressley discusses his memories of the scene at Mansfield High School in 1956, including an effigy that was hanging.
Kenneth Pressley discusses the events he witnessed at Mansfield High School in 1956.
Kenneth Pressley discusses when integration in Mansfield schools took place in 1965.
Kenneth Pressley discusses why he thinks some Mansfield residents were upset about the integration efforts of 1956.
John Howard Hicks on Saturdays in Mansfield
John Howard Hicks on Photo
John Howard Hicks First Day of School
John Howard Hicks Cemetery
John Howard Hicks Mansfield Cemetery Fence
John Howard Hicks on Bus Rides to Ft Worth
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