Columbians threatening neighborhood
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This photograph shows people gathered outside a house on Garibaldi Street in Atlanta, Georgia, where, in 1946, an African American family moved into a house. Police officers stand by to prevent trouble after four Columbians, members of the nation's first neo-Nazi political organization, were arrested for demonstrating in front of the house. People are standing on the sidewalk and in the road.
|Digital Library of Georgia|
|New Georgia Encyclopedia (Project)|
White supremacy movements--Georgia--Atlanta
African American families--Georgia--Atlanta
Reprinted with permission from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
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- Columbians threatening neighborhood. 1946. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://georgiaencyclopedia.org/file/5069. (Accessed May 24, 2018.)
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- (1946) Columbians threatening neighborhood. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://georgiaencyclopedia.org/file/5069
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- Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://georgiaencyclopedia.org/file/5069>.