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915 South Jackson Street • Montgomery, Alabama 36101 • (334) 604-9093
Let My People Go! by
Call Number: F 334 .M79 N48 2007
The Montgomery Bus Boycott and the Women Who Started It by
Call Number: F 334 .M79 N46 1987
A White Preacher's Message on Race and Reconciliation by
Call Number: F334 .M79 .N435 2006
Claudette Colvin by
Call Number: F 334 .M753 H66 2009
Fairclough, Adam. “The Preachers and the People: The Origins and Early Years of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1955-1959.” The Journal of Southern History , Vol. 52, No. 3 (Aug., 1986), pp. 403-440
“Rosa Louise McCauley Parks.” The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education , No. 6 (Winter, 1994-1995), p. 18
About the Bus Boycott
"Montgomery Bus Boycott Timeline." Montgomery Advertiser
"Bus Boycott." Encyclopedia of Alabama
"Montgomery Bus Boycott (1955-1956)." King Online Encyclopedia
Credit: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office""
"Don't Ride the Bus"
Read the text from boycott leaflet at the Alabama Department of Archives & History website.
Montgomery Advertiser Bus Boycott
See the Montgomery Advertiser microfilm in the LWLC Special Collections (First Floor)
Credit: Google Images
Credit: LWLC Archives
Montgomery Improvement Association
See the MIA ledgers at the LWLC Archives (Second Floor)
Rev. Robert and Jean Graetz discuss being one of the few Whites who actively participated in the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
Attorny Fred Gray represented Rosa Parks on December 1, 1955.