- Here in Dougherty County one may find families of eight and ten occupying one or two rooms, and for every ten rooms of house accommodation for the Negroes there are twenty-five persons.Chapter 8 (17% in)
- There are four chief causes of these wretched homes: First, long custom born of slavery has assigned such homes to Negroes; white laborers would be offered better accommodations, and might, for that and similar reasons, give better work.Chapter 8 (18% in)
- Secondly, the Negroes, used to such accommodations, do not as a rule demand better; they do not know what better houses mean.Chapter 8 (18% in)
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