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THEIR HISTORY AND EXPLOITS THE JUNKMEN AND THEIR ALLIES--THE STORY OF A RIVER THIEF--A NIGHT'S WORK AND ITS FRUITS--THE HAUNTS AND WAYS OF THE "PIRATES." ... IN THE HARBOR--PROMINENT CASES THE HARBOR POLICE FOUR CLASSES OP RIVER PIRATES THE RIVER THIEVES A RIVER THIEF'S CONFESSION HIDING PLACES FOR THE NIGHT HOW SAILORS ARE MANIPULATED YARIED SUCCESS--TRACKS OF TRADE CAPTURE AND CONSEQUENCES NORTH RIVER--THE COFFEE GAME
Julius Chambers [Unsigned]
Julius Chambers, in an unsigned piece, investigates the brisk trade in river thievery on the East River by gaining the confidence of a pirate who explained in detail how the capers were brought off.
Jeff Sharlet
Sharlet moves in to Ivanwald to live among the theocratic elite of Washington.
Reporter Survives Sudden KKK Quiz
Jerry Thompson
In his second article reporting on his time spent undercover as a Klansman, Thompson describes the final and most nerve-racking stage of his initiation: an interrogation by Klan faction-leader Don Black. Thompson's entire "My Life with the Klan" series was reprinted by The Tennessean as a separate book with the same title.
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