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Hill, Susan E. J.
Resident of Akron, Ohio, in 1970
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A nine-year-old Akron resident in 1970, Susan E. J. Hill discusses the truckers' strike that took place in Akron during the days preceding the May 4, 1970, shootings on the Kent State University campus. She discusses people's attitudes about the truckers and the National Guard. She also describes peace demonstrators flying white kites on The University of Akron campus on May 5, 1970.
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David Hill School (Akron, Ohio)
Kent State Memorial (Kent, Ohio)--Competitions
Kent State Shootings, Kent, Ohio, 1970
Ohio. Army National Guard
Strikes and lockouts--Trucking--Ohio--Akron
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