About six miles from the city of Statesboro lived Henry Hodges, a well-to-do planter.
Conditions at Statesboro are, perhaps, typical of those in most Southern towns.
Many women in the city of Statesboro dare not go into their backyards after dark.
It existed in Statesboro, but it was by no means as vigorous as in this manufacturing city of Huntsville.
All the churches of Statesboro came out strongly for law and order.
But what of the large Negro population of Statesboro during all this excitement?