Steven Cuevas. Exhibit Reveals History of Lynching in California.
The California Report, 89.3 KPCC, 13 Apr. 2012, Los Angeles.
“In the decades after gold was discovered in California, lynch mobs hanged more than 300 people. It was frontier justice delivered by vigilantes. That part of the state’s history had faded, until Southern California art professor Ken Gonzales-Day found a picture, which led to more photos, and now to an exhibit at the Vincent Price Museum of Art in Los Angeles..”
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