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American, head of the local NAACP, who was murdered for registering to vote
Elbert Williams († 1940) was an African-American from Brownsville, Tennessee. He was the head of the local NAACP, who was murdered for registering to vote. He was the last recorded lynching victim in Tennessee.
- Bennett, Kathy (2017). "Lynching". Tennessee Encyclopedia. Tennessee Historical Society.
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