- How did African Americans in Nashville, Tennessee, respond to the city's law that segregated streetcars?
- To what extent was this response successful? Consider, would the company organized by Nashville's African Americans be achieving "equal rights with the whites as passengers" with such a response?
- Would it help their cause to allow white passengers to ride in the vehicles of their newly formed company? Why or why not?
"Street Automobile Line," Iowa State Bystander, pp. 1, 29 September 1905. Courtesy of Library of Congress