Laura (c. 1876 – May 25, 1911) and L. D. Nelson (c. 1897 – May 25, 1911) were an African-American mother and son who were lynched on May 25, 1911, near ...
The life of Laura and L.D. Nelson leading up to their deaths across the North Canadian River Bridge.
She was lynched alongside of her fourteen-year-old child,L.D.Nelson.
The Lynch Quilts Project is a community effort led by artist LaShawnda Crowe Storm that uses quilts to explore the history of lynching in the United States.
On May 25, 1911, Laura Nelson, an African American woman, and her teenaged son, L.W., were kidnapped from the Okemah County jail in Oklahoma before ...
Feb 14, 2017 ... In the case of Laura Nelson, it was May 2, 1911. Three men, under the eyes of Okfuskee County Deputy Sheriff George Loney, went to search ...
Laura K. Nelson is a sociologist who uses computational methods to study social movements, culture, gender, institutions, and the history of feminism.
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Laura J. Nelson covers transportation and mobility issues across Southern California. She was part of the team of reporters awarded the Pulitzer Prize in ...