Emmett Till

Mississippi Trial 1955
Chris Crowe

Civil Rights Post 1955
Jim Crow

by Sionei  

Our section is going to be about Professor Christopher Crowe, the author of Mississippi Trial 1955 and many other books. In our section you will learn about Chris Crowe’s life and him as an author. Also you will find out the name of his books and some of his opinions towards them. Another one of our parts will be questions that we ask him during an interview and his answers.  

All about Chris Crowe

Chris Crowe, author of Mississippi Trial 1955 was originally born in Illinois, but currently lives in Provo, Utah. He married a young lady who he has loved since high school and has four kids and now has two granddaughters. From 1972-1976 he attended Brigham Young University on a football scholarship and had graduated with a B.A (Bachelor of Arts) in English. Chris Crowe now is a professor at Brigham Young University (BYU) where he teaches English. Professor Crowe has also taught English at McClintock High School in Tempe, Arizona for ten years. He coached football and track there also. While going through a phase, Crowe decided he wanted to become a writer. Now Chris Crowe is an author of ten books. One of his books is very popular. It’s called Mississippi Trial 1955. It is a story about a young black boy from Chicago who was tortured and killed during his visit to see relatives down in Mississippi.

Books by Chris Crowe

Being an Author

These are the websites where I got most of my information for this section.





Image: "Chris Crowe." Chris Crowe. Web. 11-22-11. http://www.librarything.com/author/crowechris.


This page was last updated on: Thursday, January 19, 2012