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1936 African-American Occupations and
(Source: Misc. records)
School Teachers: Moses
Mitchell, Morgan Thompson, Porter Parker, W.W. Davis, Ben
Nelson, Henry B. Perkins, Sallie Coman, Beatrice Hill, Rosana
Mann, Eva Ford, Reba Mann, Tilman, Arlota Turner, Lottie
Clements, Pearl Clements, Annie Dilworth, Bettie Jones, Clara
Hinds, Hattie Thompson, Reba Mitchell, Maybell Clements,
Gertrude Mann, Mary Wilson.
Music Teachers: Evia
Baily, Incy Dixon, Charlotte Jones, Silva Jones, Lou Ethel
Burnsville, Burnt Mills, Carters Branch, Cartersville, Hopewell,
Noland, Dr. Alex Settlers.
Dimbe Bonds, Harry and Homer Jones, Horrace Harris, Charley
Clement, W.W. Davis, Billy Moody, "Barb ra", George Armstrong,
Charles Dilworth. Pressing shop, F.V. Thompson; Brick Masons,
Edd Walker, Jeff Leatherwood.
Fortune Tellers: Blind
Tom Mitchell, Ann Haley
Hair Dresser: Eva
Charlie Clement, Alex Burgess, Dean Family, Hodge Family, Robert
Thompson and Dove, Dan Delany, Sam Clifton, Jim Beecham, Tiney
Belmont, Carters Branch, Cartersville, Iuka (3), Macedonia,
Baptist - Edd Walker, J.G. Thompson, Rich Hill, Andy Smith,
Richard Lee, J. Winbush, Rev. Coman, Rev. Norcross, Aaron
Troupe; Methodist - Will Carter, J.W. Morrison, Tiner Long,
Horrace Harris, Alex Setters.