Colonel James Speaks Out, 1967
Identifier: Digital Object ID ##4op4o4
- Digitized: 1967
On August 10, 1967, the Pensacola News ran an interview with Air Force Colonel Daniel James, Jr. of Pensacola, Florida, concerning his views of Negroes in the armed forces and the false allegations of extremists like Stokely Carmichael. Colonel James, age 47, was a veteran of 56 combat missions over North Vietnam. Because of different editions of the Pensacola News, the "first run" had a different headline than the "final run" and both articles are included here.
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Physical Description Note
Digital clippings from the Pensacola News, August 10, 1967, p. 1 and p. 2A.
Contributor: Added by Dean DeBolt, 23 September 2015.
- African Americans--Civil rights--Florida--Pensacola. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- African Americans--Florida--Pensacola. Subject Source: Local sources
- Civil rights--United States--20th century. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- James, Daniel 'Chappie'.