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NEGRO IS BURNED AT SCENE OF CRIME
Ell Persons Confessed He Killed School Girl--Mother of Girl Urged Burning, But Refused to Apply the Match.
The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: May 23, 1917
Start Page:5
Pages:1
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Chained to a fallen tree at the scene of his crime, Ell Persons, the negro who confessed he killed Antoinette Raphal, a young girl, three weeks ago, was burned to death by a mob in the country about 10

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