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|"Statement by Melvin Manus"
|| 1914 May 23
||In his statement, Melvin Manus details various intimidation methods used by the strikers. He and his whife overheard C. A. Henson and the Williams family, who were strikers, say that "if the balance of the help did not all come out of the Mill they were bound to get a whipping." He states a crowd of strikers and railroad workers threatened that "all houses which the Company had caused to be vacated by those taking part in the strike would be burned." He was also told that Harris Gober had said that if he and his wife did not join the strike, Gober would stop their groceries.