The McClintock Riot takes place in Carlisle, Pennsylvania

Source Citation
John Osborne and James W. Gerencser, eds., “The McClintock Riots,” Dickinson Chronicles, http://chronicles.dickinson.edu/encyclo/m/ed_mcClintockriot.htm.
Type
Legal/Political
Relevance
General
Date
John McClintock to Edgar B. Wakeman, June 3, 1847
Robert Emory to George Fechtig, June 9, 1847
Carlisle (PA) American Volunteer, "Abolitionism," June 10, 1847
Carlisle (PA) American Volunteer, "Alarming Riot," June 10, 1847
Carlisle (PA) Herald, "To the Board of Trustees," July 10, 1847
John McClintock to Jane McClintock, June 10, 1847
John Price Durbin to Robert Emory, June 12, 1847
New York Tribune, "The Carlisle Riot," June 12, 1847
John Bowen to Robert Emory, June 14, 1847
Providence (RI) Manufacturers and Farmers Journal, "The Slave Riot at Carlisle, Pa.,” June 14, 1847
Carlisle (PA) American Volunteer, “Arrested,” June 17, 1847
Boston (MA) Liberator, “The Slave Riot at Carlisle, Pa.,” June 18, 1847
George Davenport Chenoweth to Robert Emory, June 23, 1847
New York National Anti-Slavery Standard, "The Riot in Carlisle," June 24, 1847
Carlisle (PA) Herald, “Death of Mr. Kennedy,” June 30, 1847
Carlisle (PA) American Volunteer, “Public Meeting,” July 1, 1847
Carlisle (PA) American Volunteer, “Death of Mr. Kennedy,” July 1, 1847
Carlisle (PA) American Volunteer, “Public Meeting at Hagerstown,” July 15, 1847
Thomas W. Smith to Robert Emory, July 16, 1847
Harrisburg (PA) Democratic Union, "The Carlisle Riot Case," September 1, 1847
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