|Publisher:||St. Johnsbury Caledonian|
|Place of publication:||St. Johnsbury, VT|
|Date of publication:||24 July 1884|
Henry Burk (colored), charged with attempting to outrage a little white girl, was lynched at Tuscaloosa, Ia., [sic] Friday night. The mob hanged him to a tree in the street and then shot five bullets into the body.
(1884, July 24). St. Johnsbury Caledonian.