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The Rev. Ezra Graley protests the textbooks and holds up one of the books in question--
Communicating, part of the D. C. Heath English series.[Photo courtesy of Charleston Newspapers]


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Alice Moore reviews transcripts as protesters watch through the board office
auditorium windows.[Photo courtesy of Charleston Newspapers]


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Parents and children form picket lines at the entrances to Kanawha County schools.
[Photo courtesy of Charleston Newspapers]


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Miners buck the will of their union's leaders and join the textbook boycott.
[Photo courtesy of Charleston Newspapers]


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The American flag was an ever-present symbol at nearly every
anti-textbook gathering. The Rev. Avis Hill is shown here speaking
outside the board office. [Photo courtesy of Avis Hill]


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The protesters felt the proposed textbooks were undermining religion, home, and the
nation. [Photo courtesy of Charleston Newspapers]


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Some 1,200 students walk out of Charleston's George Washington High School to protest
the board's decision to remove the textbooks. [Photo courtesy of Charleston Newspapers]


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Klansman Dale Reusch attends a January 1975 anti-textbook rally;
the Rev. Marvin Horan is holding the umbrella.
[Photo courtesy of Charleston Newspapers]


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Teachers and other supporters of the textbooks attend a rally at the Civic Center on
October 27. [Photo by Ferrell Friend, courtesy of Charleston Newspapers]


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This image shows the damage caused by a presumed dynamite blast at
Midway Elementary Midway Elementary along Campbells Creek.
[Photo courtesy of Charleston Newspapers]


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A sparse crowd attends the November 8 meeting, during which the school board reinstates the books. [Photo courtesy of Charleston Newspapers]


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The Kanawha County Textbook Controversy and similar events were catalysts for the Christian and home-school movements. [Photo courtesy of Charleston Newspapers]




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