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Diary, 1931

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Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains a diary written by a woman working on a cotton and peanut farm near Bakerhill, Alabama at the beginning of the Great Depression in 1931. The diary details daily farming life in rural Alabama. The daily entries are brief, noting a constant list of on-going tasks and responsibilities and visits from family and friends. The family farms cotton and peanuts, and late Summer/early Fall entries are dominated by the harvest. The crops were sold in Dothan, Alabama. While this...
Dates: 1931


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