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1926: The Lowman lynchings

Aiken, South Carolina disgraced October 8, 1926 with the lynching of three members of the Lowman family. American lynch law come 1926 was into its decline phase; the 30 lynchings in that year across the country have never been equalled in the nine decades since, but were also 50% below the rates at the beginning […]
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