In Charleston, South Carolina, whites and blacks clash on the streets
A Sunday afternoon near the Battery in Charleston, South Carolina became the scene of a nasty race riot after groups of black males clashed with whites and bricks were thrown. A U.S. Army Provost tried to intervene but before order was restored, one white man had reportedly died and dozens of others of both races were injured. (By John Osborne)
"The Irrepressible Conflict," Harper's Weekly Magazine, August 4, 1866, p. 486.