1963 — SNCC Field Reports:
February 15, 1963, Bernard & Colia Lafayette February, 1963, James Austin April 6, 1963, Colia Lafayette August 19, 1963 Report on Selma Mass Meeting, Wilson Brown Selma Report: Bogue Chitto Area, Avery Lee Williams, November 6 Selma Report: Plantersville, Rev. Thomas Brown, November 6 Selma Report: Orrville, Rev. Thomas Brown? November 7 Selma Report: November 9, 1963, Bruce Gordon
1964 — SNCC Field Reports:
April Field Report of Bogue Chitto, Sardis and Selma, AL, B.L. Tucker June 28 Project Report. John Love
1965 — SNCC Field Reports, Organizing Materials & Publications:
Fact Sheet, Alabama events, Jan 15-Feb 4, 1965, Tom Brown SNCC Special Report, Feb 4, 1965. SNCC Action Memo: Selma and Marion, Alabama, Betty Garman. February 5, 1965 Selma, Marion, Students Move, SNCC Campus Report, Feb 9, 1965 The Alabama Struggle, SNCC. Early February. (Campus flyer?) The Stench of Freedom, Selma. Ralph Featherstone, SNCC. February 20, 1965 The General Condition of the Alabama Negro. SNCC report/analysis. March 1965 Report From Selma, Silas Norman. Early March (just before "Bloody Sunday") Information on Today's Brutality in Selma Alabama, SNCC Bulletin. March 7, 1965 "Bloody Sunday" Bulletin & McSurney WATS Report, SNCC Press Release. March 7, 1965 SNCC Report on "Bloody Sunday," March 7, 1965 Who is Responsible for Alabama Police Brutality, March 8, 1965. SNCC Report. Memo to Atlanta SNCC re Selma, Howard Zinn. March 16, 1965. The Campus Digest, Tuskegee Institute, March 20, 1965. In a Land Where Murder is Respectable, SCLC Brochure. Alabama. (Undated) Example Flyers From the Selma Voting Rights Campaign. We Demand, support leaflet. Committee for the Right to Vote in Selma Alabama (Madison WI?). March 1965.
Flyer: Freedom Day #2 February 22, 1965
To Secure Civil Rights in Alabama..., Spring, 1965
Let There Be Understanding of the Call to Boycott in Alabama, Spring, 1965
See also Articles About the Selma Voting Rights Campaign and March to Montgomery
See also Selma Voting Rights Campaign & March to Montgomery for web links.
See also Selma Voting Rights Campaign & March to Montgomery for books.