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Henry Smith (1876 – February 1, 1893) was an African-American teenager who was lynched in Paris, Texas. Smith confessed to raping and murdering the four-year-old daughter of a law enforcement officer in revenge for having been beaten with a baton during an arrest. Smith escaped, but was recaptured after a nationwide manhunt. He was returned to Paris. The police turned him over to a mob, who burned him at the stake in the county fairgrounds. His lynching was covered by The New York Times and attracted national publicity.

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  • Henry Smith (1876 – February 1, 1893) was an African-American teenager who was lynched in Paris, Texas. Smith confessed to raping and murdering the four-year-old daughter of a law enforcement officer in revenge for having been beaten with a baton during an arrest. Smith escaped, but was recaptured after a nationwide manhunt. He was returned to Paris. The police turned him over to a mob, who burned him at the stake in the county fairgrounds. His lynching was covered by The New York Times and attracted national publicity.
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  • Henry Smith (1876 – February 1, 1893) was an African-American teenager who was lynched in Paris, Texas. Smith confessed to raping and murdering the four-year-old daughter of a law enforcement officer in revenge for having been beaten with a baton during an arrest. Smith escaped, but was recaptured after a nationwide manhunt. He was returned to Paris. The police turned him over to a mob, who burned him at the stake in the county fairgrounds. His lynching was covered by The New York Times and attracted national publicity.
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