Plessy V. Ferguson: Separate But Equal

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On a summer day in 1892, a well-dressed shoemaker, Homer Plessy bought a first-class ticket from the East Louisiana Railroad and boarded a passenger car designated whites only. By day's end, he'd been arrested and convicted. His crime? Being black and boarding the wrong railroad car. This title offers information about Plessy v Ferguson case.

Plessy V. Ferguson: Separate But Equal 2006, Chelsea House Publications, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780791092378

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