How White Mob Killed Frazier Baker With His Baby Girl & Burnt His House In 1898 Frazier Baker was appointed the first African American postmaster of Lake City, South Carolina, in July 1897 by President William McKinley. Frazier Baker, who was a school teacher, had Lavinia as his wife and was also a father of ..
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The Red Summer racial massacre in Elaine, Arkansas 1919, was one of the foremost race riots in America recorded during the early 20th century. Though an exact number of casually is still unknown, an estimated 200 African Americans are said to have been killed along with five whites, during the racial massacre in Elaine, Arkansas. ..