John Prentiss "Print" Matthews (August 27, 1840 – November 6, 1883) was an American social reformer of the Reconstruction era, and an advocate for African American rights in Copiah County, Mississippi. He was murdered in the act of voting after defying the orders of local white supremacists, who told him not to vote.

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  • John Prentiss "Print" Matthews (August 27, 1840 – November 6, 1883) was an American social reformer of the Reconstruction era, and an advocate for African American rights in Copiah County, Mississippi. He was murdered in the act of voting after defying the orders of local white supremacists, who told him not to vote.
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  • John Prentiss "Print" Matthews (August 27, 1840 – November 6, 1883) was an American social reformer of the Reconstruction era, and an advocate for African American rights in Copiah County, Mississippi. He was murdered in the act of voting after defying the orders of local white supremacists, who told him not to vote.
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