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James W. Loewen (1942-2021)

We mourn the loss of our friend and colleague and remain committed to the work he began.

Deputy

Indiana

Basic Information

Type of Place
Don’t Know
Metro Area
Politics c. 1860?
Don’t Know
Unions, Organized Labor?
Don’t Know

Sundown Town Status

Confirmed Sundown Town?
Surely
Was there an ordinance?
Don't Know
Sign?
Don’t Know
Year of Greatest Interest
Still Sundown?
Don’t Know

Census Information

The available census data from 1860 to the present
Total White Black Asian Native Hispanic Other BHshld
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Method of Exclusion

  • Threat of Violence
  • Unknown

Main Ethnic Group(s)

  • Unknown

Group(s) Excluded

  • Black

Comments

An Indiana resident writes, %u201CI recall as a child, hearing, or maybe seeing, a black family moving into the Deputy IN area, and promptly moving out. And again, I don’t believe I ever saw any black families there then, or even today. We moved there in 1961, so it was around then that I heard… They left because they were told to, or told it wasn’t healthy for them to be living there I think.%u201D