NAID 521440

There was no economic security for African-American renters or sharecroppers in Harmony Community. Sharecroppers had the same status as farm hands or other employees. Renters tended to occupy farms for long periods, which increased stability in the community. There were separate schools for black and white children. The school for black students combined elementary and high school subjects. (NAID 521440)

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