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    Eufaula’s Cotton Mill Product Description:

    • SOUTHSIDE relates the accounts of the cotton plant laborers and their families who lived and worked in Eufaula, Alabama, a modest community on the Chattahoochee River, from the 1890s through 1945. 
    • Perusers will find that numerous Southsiders intently look like their own families. The Cowikee Mill Community House, set up in 1918, gave an assortment of recreational and instructive projects for Southsiders- – groups, ball clubs, a kindergarten, Scout troops, and social clubs. 
    • The book likewise gives a top to bottom chronicled assessment of Eufaula’s race relations, racial savagery, and the effect of the Civil War and the Myth of the Lost Cause on the town’s future advancement. 
    • A large number of the photos that show up in SOUTHSIDE are from individual family assortments and have never been seen beforehand.

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    Eufaula's Cotton Mill Product details: Item Weight : 1.2 pounds Hardcover : 272 pages ISBN-10 : 0881466085 ISBN-13...

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