“Negro Auxiliary Council to be Organized,” Hope Star

This article, from the Hope Star, 1918 August 14 details the first meeting held in Little Rock, Arkansas on the creation of the Colored Auxiliary Council. It highlights the role of Henry Yerger who is a citizen of Hope, Arkansas.

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Crystal Shurley is a Public History graduate student at UA Little Rock.

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