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The Black Bayou Bridge, where the body of Emmett Till was possibly dropped into the water and carried three miles before it was recovered. Photos:

The Unfinished Story of Emmett Till’s Final Journey

Till was murdered 65 years ago. Sites of commemoration across the Mississippi Delta still struggle with what’s history and what’s hearsay.

The Tallahatchie County Second District Courthouse stands like a castle in the central square of Sumner, Mississippi. With its four-story…

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