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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 7252 8286
Name: 
Fannie Lou Hamer
Fannie Lou Hamer (American civil rights activist (October 6, 1917 – March 14, 1977))
Fannie Lou Hamer (US-amerikanische Bürgerrechtlerin)
Hamer, Fannie Lou
Hamer, Fanny Lou
Townsend, Fannie Lou
Townsend Hamer, Fannie Lou
ファニー・ルー・ヘイマー
Dates: 
1917-1977
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Related names: 
Brooks, Mary Picken
Carawan, Guy (1927)
Houck, Davis W.
Lester, Julius (1939-)
Moses, Robert Parris (1935-...)
Project Muse
Rediscovery Productions
Reed, Dock
Starlight Gospel Singers
Whitten, Jamie L.
Titles: 
All the Pretty Little Horses
Amazing Grace
Certainly Lord
City Called Heaven
Classic African American gospel
coming of the New Year (3 min 07 s)
Congregation: We want more Faith , First I would just like to ask , Congregation: Walk, walk, walk (4 min 43 s)
Contested-election case of Fannie Lou Hamer v. Jamie L. Whitten, from the Second Congressional District of Mississippi, Eighty-ninth Congress.
Dick Gregory, Mr. Medgar Evers (10 min)
Fannie Lou Hamer, 1917-1977 papers, 1966-1978.
For the first time (1 min 37 s)
For us, the events , It is something , Congregation : Ain't no danger , Since I went down , Congregation : Oh, Keep your eyes on the fire (3 min 58 s)
Go Tell It on the Mountain
I'm a citizen of Greenwood , This is Clarence Jordan (3 min 57 s)
I'm Going Down to the River of Jordan
I'm Gonna Land on the Shore
If you can imagine it, Congregation : Let it Shine-- (2 min 45 s)
Jesus Is My Only Friend
Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning
Mass Meeting Speech
Mass Meetings
Mississippi Black history makers, c1977:
Never turn back-- the life of Fannie Lou Hamer
NUCMC data from Amistad Research Center for Hamer, F.L. Papers, 1966-1978
Oh Lord, You Know Just How I Feel
On Being a Sharecropper
Pick a Bale of Cotton
Precious Lord
Run Mourner, Run
second stage (3 min 38 s)
Songs My Mother Taught Me
speeches of Fannie Lou Hamer, The : to tell it like it is
Speeches. Selections
story of Greenwood, Mississippi [Enregistrement sonore]
story of Greenwood, Mississippi recorded and produced by Guy Carawan fort he student non violent coordinationg comittee (SNCC)
This little light of mine
To praise our bridges, 1967:
To praise our bridges : an autobiography
Wade in the Water
Walk With Me, Lord
We worked all of March , Congregation : Get On Board , We sang , I Never though that Greenwood , We left City Hall (5 min 08 s)
Woke up This Morning
Contributed to or performed: 
Classic African American Gospel
Get on Board
Voices of the Civil Rights Movement
Notes: 
Sources: 
BOWKER
NTA