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The great labor question from a Southern point of view

The great labor question from a Southern point of view

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Summary

Man, seated on porch, with family, holding newspaper, and saying, "My boy - we've toiled and taken care of you long enough - now you've got to work!", to an African American man standing in front of the porch, with pick and hoe.
Illus. in: Harper's weekly, 1865 July 29, p. 465.

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Date

01/01/1865
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Location

Southern Pines (N.C.)35.17417, -79.39222
Google Map of 35.174166666666665, -79.39222222222223
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Source

Library of Congress
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