Tulsa, Oklahoma 2021-05-30 01:00:00 –
“There is a big shadow in the sky, and if you look closely, you can see that this cloud is due to the planes approaching at high speed. The enemies organized at night and our area as in Germany. I realized that I was invading France and Belgium. “
Mary Jones Parish, author of “Event of the Tulsa Disaster”
“I heard his cry and looked up and saw him raise this hand and come about 25 feet or 30 meters away from me ….
“I told my companion,” This is Dr. Jackson. Don’t hurt him …. two guys fired at him … he collapsed on the second shot of a high-power rifle. It was. “
Former City Hall Secretary John Olifant Explaining Dr. AC Jackson’s Murder
“… Some of the barricades in the house refused to stop firing and had to be killed.”
John W. McKune, Commander of the Oklahoma National Guard, 3rd Infantry of Company B, said in a report.
“After lining up our 30 or 40 men, they ran us from the street to the convention hall, forcing us to stay in our hands all the time. When we were running, Some villains shot our heels and swore to those who were hard to catch up. They actually drove a car and pushed it into a bunch, knocking down two or three men at the convention. Upon arriving at the hall, they were searched again. People were swarming like cows. The sick and injured were abandoned in front of the building and were not paid attention to for hours. “
James TA West, High School Teacher (Source: “Tulsa Disaster Event”)
“My biggest loss was the Bible of a beautiful house and family. They didn’t bother me because I’m 92 years old.”
Jack Thomas (Source: “Tulsa Disaster Event”)
“Immediately after dawn on Wednesday, June 1, 1921, I received a phone call to two injured men to come to the hospital to dress. I hurriedly changed my clothes and went to the hospital. As soon as I opened the front door. , Fired from a nearby hill, and a bullet grabbed my leg. I closed the door. A few minutes later, my wife, who heard the gunshot, opened the door slightly and a second mass fire took place. “
Dr. RT Bridgewater
Bridgewater was taken to the convention hall for the event, but was soon released. He came back to find his house devastated. “I saw my piano and elegant furniture piled up on the street. My safe was destroyed, all my money was stolen, silverware, cut glass, family clothes, all my valuables, my family. Even the Bible was removed.
(Source: “Events of the Tulsa disaster”)
Photo courtesy of: University of Tulsa McFarlin Library Special Collection Division
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