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State of Florida. C. Farris Bryant, Governor. St. Johns County. L.O. Davis, Sheriff. City of St. ... Dr. Robert Hayling is generally considered the "father" of the St. Augustine movement. .... St. Augustine was the only place in Florida where King was arrested; his arrest there occurred on June 11, 1964, on the steps of the Monson ...


Monson House was a 19th century boarding hous. e on Bay Street in Saint Augustine, Florida ... Martin Luther King, Jr of the SCLC was arrested on the steps of the Monson Motor Lodge restaurant, June 11, 1964. He wrote a "Letter from the St. Augustine Jail" to his friend, Israel S. Dresner, in New Jersey, encouraging rabbis ...


June 11, 1964. King is arrested for demanding service at a white-only restaurant · June 18, 1964. Martin Luther King and Ralph Abernathy arrested for protesting ...


Martin Luther King and Ralph Abernathy were among those arrested for ... On June 18, 1964 Abernathy and other protesters returned to desegregate the pool.


On June 11, 1964, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was arrested for trespassing at the Monson Motor Lodge after being asked to leave from its segregated restaurant.


MLK graduated from Morehouse College on June 8 with a degree in sociology. ... 1956 On January 26, MLK is arrested as part of a “Get Tough” campaign to ... On June 11, President Kennedy announces new civil rights legislation. ... 1964 On January 3, MLK appears on the cover of Time magazine as its Man of the Year.


Jan 20, 2014 ... On June 11, 1964, Dr. King and several other activists were arrested for attempting to integrate the Monson Motor Lodge. When interviewed ...


He was eating at a only white resturant. ==King is arrested and jailed for demanding service at a white-only restaurant in St.


Jan 20, 2014 ... Police arrested many of the demonstrators, included Mrs. Malcolm ... On June 11, Martin Luther King Jr. and nine of his colleagues were ...