“Parents brought their children like they were coming to a picnic,” said Korea Strowder, now 94 and living in Washington, D.C., describing the lynching of Lloyd Warner on the courthouse lawn 82 years ago in St. Joseph. “It was a big to-do, all right.”
“Parents brought their children like they were coming to a picnic,” said Korea Strowder, now 94 and living in Washington, D.C., describing the lynching of Lloyd Warner on the courthouse lawn 82 years ago in St. Joseph. “It was a big to-do, all right.” Courtesy of the family
“Parents brought their children like they were coming to a picnic,” said Korea Strowder, now 94 and living in Washington, D.C., describing the lynching of Lloyd Warner on the courthouse lawn 82 years ago in St. Joseph. “It was a big to-do, all right.” Courtesy of the family

Midwest lynchings aren’t included in new report, but a 94-year-old woman remembers one in St. Joseph

February 21, 2015 5:03 PM