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Wilmington Coup Map, November 10, 1898

A contemporary map depicting the events of November 10, 1898 in Wilmington, N.C., the date of the coup d'état known as the Wilmington Massacre or the Wilmington Coup. The map traces the movement as well as where individuals were wounded and property damaged. The violence of November 10th spread out from the fire at the Manly printing press (set by the white supremacist conspirators and insurrectionists) to the heart of the northern section of town at the intersection of 4th and Harnett Streets. Map by Mark A. Moore, Research Branch, North Carolina Office of Archives & History.

A map illustrating the march and destructive path of white supremacists during the Wilmington Coup. Black and white.
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