Interview with John Doar
QUESTION 61
INTERVIEWER:

SUCH AS THE PETTUS BRIDGE.

John Doar:

Well, the Pettus Bridge, was then, was then a, uh, a march, a decision was going to be made that blacks were going to march to to Montgomery and uh, and the Pettus Bridge was the place where there was the terrible confrontation. And confrontation between uh, police officers, state, of state, state police officers and, and citizens that were uh, demonstrating peacefully.