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J.B. Stoner : Transcribed Interview

@ Samuel Proctor Oral History Program


Oral history with J.B. Stoner, a Klansman and racial agitator who led segregationist rallies in St. Augustine in 1964. Stoner recounts his time in St. Augustine and relates how he and other Klan members were treated well in the city. Stoner discribes the various groups that engaged in white supremacy and the good working relationship they had with the local police department. Stoner recalls the various marches and rallys the Klan organized, the problems caused by local news reporters and how the police protected them from violence. Stoner insists that he and his groups won the battle of St. Augustine.
Kallal, Edward, Jr
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