Marchers en route through Haywood County.
Marchers on the road.
Tim Hall and Sally Bautista, northern volunteers, on the march.
People watching from along the march route.
Hardy Frye at a halt in the march in Haywood County.
Hardy Frye speaking along the march route.
Cops and a bystander.
Cop car shadowing the march.
A cop watching the march.
A cop shadowing the march.
Herbert Bonner, a leader of District 15 of Fayete County.
Bob Gabriner and Tim Hall, northern volunteers from 1964 to 1966.
Tim and Sally Bautista, a volunteer in 1966.
Bob Gabriner (shown here at the 1963 civil rights March on Wasington).
Tim Hall and Sally Bautista.
At a break in the march.
With James Gray, a Fayette student leader.
James Gray. In 1965 Tim and James were attacked and James was stabbed during a sit-in to integrate restaurants in Somerville.
The court house in Somerville, where the march ended.
The court house gang watches.
Cops watching the rally.
People joining the rally.
People watching from across the street.
The audience at the rally.
Marchers at the rally.
Mrs. Gertrude Beasley, who was active in everything.
Geraldine Johnson (r.), a Faytte County leader.
Katherline Maclin, a Fayette student leader. She now teaches in the high school she integrated.
A young student marcher.
Maggie Mae Horton, one of the staunchest leaders in the county.
Maggie Mae Horton.
Pepper Jenkins, one of the most active Fayette County students.
Simon Wilkerson, a leader of District 10, speaking at the rally.
Simon Wilkerson and Rev. June Dowdy. The Movement ran Rev. Dowdy for tax assessor in 1964 but the election was stolen.
Pepper, James and others enjoy the speeches.
Enjoying the speeches.
Herbert Bonner was one of the most eloquent speakers in the county.
Herbert Bonner speaking.
Herbert Bonner speaking at the rally.
Hardy Frye speaking at the rally.
Hardy Frye speaks to the rally.
John McFerren's gas station, headquarters of the Movement.
Black housing at the time. The Movement forced the government to open FHA loans to blacks, so that they could build decent houses.
An elderly black woman.
“Roads” in those days.
Whites had paved roads.
Square Mormon wrestling a pig.
One of Square's daughters fetching water from a pond.
Hands like these, under slavery and then sharecropping, picked the cotton that made the US an industrial power.
Even young children picked.
A child shows the cotton she picked.
A child picking.
Playing with the puppy.
A child riding a mule.
Square Mormon and his daughters.
Square Mormon, highly respected leader of District 15 of Fayette County.
Vicki Gabriner, northern volunteer from 1964 to 66, who shot the film from which these images were taken. Seen here at the 1963 civil rights March on Washington.