Charles Thurber was a black man lynched in Grand Forks, North Dakota on October 24, 1882. No monument exists at the site of the lynching, which took place on the St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway (later becoming the Great Northern Railway) bridge over the Red River between Grand Forks, North Dakota and East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

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  • Charles Thurber was a black man lynched in Grand Forks, North Dakota on October 24, 1882. No monument exists at the site of the lynching, which took place on the St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway (later becoming the Great Northern Railway) bridge over the Red River between Grand Forks, North Dakota and East Grand Forks, Minnesota. Thurber was accused of raping two white women, one the wife of a railroad worker and the other described as a "Norwegian servant girl." According to one of the illustrated North Dakota Mysteries and Oddities books, at least one of Thurber's accusers may have recanted her story. (en)
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  • American lynching victim (en)
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  • Charles Thurber was a black man lynched in Grand Forks, North Dakota on October 24, 1882. No monument exists at the site of the lynching, which took place on the St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway (later becoming the Great Northern Railway) bridge over the Red River between Grand Forks, North Dakota and East Grand Forks, Minnesota. (en)
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