Selma, Lord Selma: Girlhood Memories of the Civil-Rights Days
University of Alabama Press, 1980 - Biography & Autobiography - 146 pages
Young girls during the turbulent months of 1965, Webb and Nelson dramatically recount their memories of the civil-rights demonstrations that took place in Selma, Alabama
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