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Killed ~January 5th, 1915, near Greenville, Alabama (Butler County). Hartley went missing after a warrant was issued for his arrest. His body was found hanging from a tree a few days later.
The Augusta Chronicle, January 7th, 1915.
The lynching is described in the final paragraph of this column. It is worth noting the story immediately above as well, which offers insight to the violence afflicted on convicts during this period, which some describe as “slavery by another name.” The story describes the convict labor system, and the practice of flogging prisoners.
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