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English: An illustrated depiction of black people picking cotton, 1913 - From "Houston: Where Seventeen Railroads Meet the Sea" Page 31/40
"Cotton Pickers in the Field. Houston Is the Largest Inland Port Cotton Market in the World, Handling Nearly 3,000,000 Bales Annually."
Date 1913
Author Jerome H. Farbar
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