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Biobele Davies February 26, 2013 4B Annotated Bibliography Primary Resources: 1. Johnson, Lyndon. No Title. Letter. May 18, 1964.

( This letter shows the appreciation of Former President, Lyndon B. Johnson towards Martin Luther King jr. In the letter, it briefly discusses how the president was happy with the first copy of “We Can’t Wait” from Martin Luther King before it was released to the public in the June of 1964. This letter was used for its interpretation the feeling of the president during segregation. 2. King, Martin. “I Have A Dream”. Speech. August 28, 1963. (

The “I Have A Dream” speech shows the beliefs and dreams of Martin Luther King, where my project is mainly based on. This speech was given at the Lincoln Memorial, D.C on August 28, 1963, and pieces of it are quoted and remembered by everyone, showing its importance. I used this speech as a key resource in my exhibit. 3. Weiner, Sandra. No Title. Photo. Only year was included, 1956. ( _03_030_R072010.jpg&imgrefurl= tt.html&h=395&w=600&sz=60&tbnid=JnCD1cjFfSwRTM:&tbnh=90&tbnw=137&prev=/search%3 Fq%3Dmartin%2Bluther%2Bking%2Bboycott%2Bbus%2Bmontgomery%26tbm%3Disch%26tbo% 3Du&zoom=1&q=martin+luther+king+boycott+bus+montgomery&usg=__KhqrUuq5SKt4Xx3XTL eBggzHXUs=&docid=0KLadqarvK0R0M&hl=en&sa=X&ei=4l0lUZ6gDPOq0AG24CoBQ&ved=0CEkQ9QEwBA&dur=1342) The photo of Martin Luther King jr in a church relates to my project because it involves Martin Luther King inspiring his fellow churchgoers to join and continue in the Montgomery Bus boycott. And because of the fact that this relates to my topic, Martin Luther King and his Effect on Segregation I used it. This photo was used to show how important the end of segregation was to Martin Luther King.

4. Unknown. Albany Manifesto. Article. July 15, 1962 ( This article, Albany Manifesto shows the feeling the Negroes during the segregation, for the unknown author used we as he talked about the negroes. This article talking about how when the glorious desegregation day comes; we’ll achieve what we fought for. I used this article as a witness technically because it involved the feelings of the Negroes on a first-hand account. 5. Unknown. No Title. Photo. February 26, 1956 ( tml?Welcome) The mug shot of Martin Luther King jr and his number, 7089 shows how deeply Martin Luther King jr cared about the end of segregation. Martin Luther King and other African-Americans were arrested on February 26, 1956 for leading the Montgomery Bus boycott. The mug shot of Martin Luther King was used in my project for Martin Luther King’s feeling and commitment towards the Bus boycott and the end of segregation. Secondary Resources: 1. Reston, James. “I Have A Dream….” Preoration by Dr. King Sums Up a Day Capital Will Remember. Article. August 28 ,1963 ( This article is an interpretation of the dream speech given by Dr. King and whether his dream will or will not come to pass. This article states that this speech was monumental and had a lot of people and politicians come out and listen. I used this article as a reference in my “I Have A Dream” speech page of my website to describe different parts of the speech. 2. Seindenspinner, Clarence. Man’s Struggle for Freedom, where will we go from here? Article. Written on June 25, 1967 ( This article talks about Martin Luther King and how he prevailed against all odds and became victorious and triumphant. This article also talked about the peaceful ways, methods, and solutions Martin Luther King used while fighting for civil rights during the segregation times. I used this in discussing how Martin Luther King actually effected and impacted segregation in the United States. 3. White, William. Kings Way Hurts Right Movement. Article. No Date. ( This article talks about people’s opinions and action during the 4th term elections of Chicago and how it relates to people’s opinion towards other races and ethnic groups. The article also talks about how Dr. King’s decision was crazy and out of proportion. I used this information for some background knowledge for the understanding of my project.

4. Unknown Author. The Negroes’ Boycott Cripples Bus Line. Article. January 8, 1956. ( The article mostly talks about the start and effects of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, especially how it’s affecting the bus companies. The start of the boycott being when Rosa Park was arrested for not giving up her seat in 1955. The effects of the boycott being a big loss in revenue because bus fare prices increased as the number of people riding the buses decreased. I used this information in my “Montgomery Bus Boycott” page of my website. 5. Unknown Author. No Title. Journal Entry/Article. December 17, 1963. ( In the supposed journal entry or article, the unknown author describes how the Negro dream will come to pass one day and they will reach their goal in both the North and the South .It also describes the Negroes’ peaceful ways and how they will not be turning to violence anytime soon. I used this journal entry as background information and to describe how segregation ended.