The individual, group, or organization that is responsible for something's production, accumulation, or formation.
Henry Maier was mayor of Milwaukee from 1960-1988; the records of his administration document the activities of his office during that time, including activities relating to the civil rights struggle in Milwaukee. The materials in the provided folder relate to civil disturbances that occurred the evening of July 30, 1967 through to early morning July 31, 1967. Mayor Maier took several extreme steps to stop the violence, including imposing a city-wide curfew and calling in the National Guard. Three people died from gunshot wounds and 100 persons were injured as a result of the disturbance. A number of homes, cars, and businesses along North Third Street were destroyed or severely burned. A total of 1,740 people were arrested.
Read through the documents and then answer the questions in the right-hand box.
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