Henry Berry Lowery, the North Carolina outlaw. A tale of the Reconstruction period.

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Fulton, David Bryant. "Henry Berry Lowery, the North Carolina outlaw. A tale of the Reconstruction period." From The Citizen. Rpt. in: “Eagle clippings” by Jack Thorne [pseud.], Newspaper Correspondent and Storyteller ... a Collection of his Writings [submitted] to Various Newspapers. Brooklyn: D. B. Fulton, 1907. Pp. 65-71.

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Fulton was Black; his mother, Lavinia Robinson, was born in Robeson County. Reprints his story on Henry Berry Lowry, an “octoroon outlaw,” from The Citizen.

 

Available in the Documenting the American South (DocSouth) digital publishing initiative, sponsored by the University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In the electronic edition of "Eagle clippings," go to page 65.

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