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Crime Statistics > Lynchings > Black (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Number of Black people killed by lynching from 1882 to 1968.
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     Mississippi: 539 
# 2     Georgia: 492 
# 3     Texas: 352 
# 4     Louisiana: 335 
# 5     Alabama: 299 
# 6     Florida: 257 
# 7     Arkansas: 226 
# 8     Tennessee: 204 
# 9     South Carolina: 156 
# 10     Kentucky: 142 
# 11     North Carolina: 86 
# 12     Virginia: 83 
# 13     Missouri: 69 
# 14     Oklahoma: 40 
# 15     West Virginia: 28 
# 16     Maryland: 27 
= 17     Kansas: 19 
= 17     Illinois: 19 
# 19     Ohio: 16 
# 20     Indiana: 14 
# 21     Pennsylvania:
= 22     Wyoming:
= 22     Nebraska:
# 24     Minnesota:
= 25     Colorado:
= 25     North Dakota:
= 25     New Mexico:
= 28     California:
= 28     Iowa:
= 28     Utah:
= 28     Montana:
= 32     New York:
= 32     Michigan:
= 32     Delaware:
= 32     Washington:
= 32     Oregon:
= 32     New Jersey:
= 38     Arizona:
= 38     Idaho:
= 38     Vermont:
= 38     Maine:
= 38     South Dakota:
= 38     Nevada:
= 38     Wisconsin:
Total: 3,446  
Weighted average: 78.3  
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"Lynchings > Black by state", UMKC School of Law. Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/cri_lyn_bla-crime-lynchings-black

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