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Cobb said he had enough cousins to start a klavern.
Over time, the term klavern replaced klan for local groups.
They've set up a klavern, whatever that is."
He became a member of the Klan's Eastview 13 Klavern.
In Indiana, every county had its klavern, or Klan chapter, and they helped elect the governor and both of the state's senators.
The Evansville Klavern became the most powerful in the state, and Stephenson soon contributed to attracting numerous new members.
She explains that Adams arrived in town somewhat recently and was employed by the phone company, but was secretly a journalist writing defaming material about the town's klavern.
It is the fate of men who belonged to Eastview Klavern 13, the most violent urban Klan unit in American history, to fear voices from the past.
Examples include: Kloran, Klonversation (conversation), Klavern (cavern or tavern; local branch or meeting place), Klavaliers, etc.
Of the crime from which Saturday's gathering sprang, Michael Lowe, a leader from the Waco klavern, said, "A lot of blame has been put on Klansmen."
"Jasper is part of the Invisible Empire," said Rick Anderson, a leader of the Knights of the White Kamellia, a klavern based in Vidor.
Mr. Knowles's testimony led to a 1984 death sentence in the case for Henry Francis Hays, a fellow member of the local United Klans chapter, Klavern 900.
The Portland 'klavern' (chapter) was named after Dr. W.H. Witham, the Grand Klud (religious leader) of the Realm of Maine.
She thinks he is finally telling the truth, which indicates that he did not, in fact, belong to a violent klavern of the Ku Klux Klan whose members' names are on her list.
In August 1964, McDaniel established a klavern of the UKA in Natchez, operating under the cover name of the Adams County Civic and Betterment Association.
But I am also cautious, for I know that the evidentiary corridor of this case, which twists through the most violent urban Klan klavern in American history, is truly a hall of mirrors.
And Kennedy told the producers the current passwords, agenda, and gossip emanating from his own Klan chapter, Nathan Bedford Forrest Klavern No. 1, Atlanta, Realm of Georgia.
In 1957 Edwards banished Texas kleagle Horace Sherman Miller for failing to establish a single klavern in his two years in office, and using his kleagle monies for private purposes.
That touches on the possibility of mining information from the ranks of the Eastview 13 Klavern of the Ku Klux Klan, whose most vicious members formed a secret cell under Mr. Chambliss's leadership.
How many men, linked to a violent klavern of the Ku Klux Klan in a city that routinely shook with bombs, knew about the plan to plant the dynamite that blew through the church basement and killed four girls?
Did you know that Ku Klux Klan members affixed a "kl" to many words (thus two Klansmen would hold a "klonversation" in the local "klavern") or that the secret Klan handshake was "a left-handed, limp-wristed fish wiggle"?
In going to court, Mr. Cawthon said, the citizens' group had forced the resignations of three full-time members of the Fire Department, including the chief, and an admission by two of them that they had been members of the Klan's local klavern, or chapter.
That would have been a mountainous task, for Eastview Klavern 13 was riddled with paid and volunteer informants who had a lot to tell about Mr. Blanton, Mr. Cherry, Mr. Chambliss and the "action squad" that carried out acts of racial violence.
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