Black Street Workers in Savannah

Black Street Workers in Savannah
(Schomburg Center)

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The vast majority of black men in cities worked as manual laborers performing the most onerous tasks that white workers were unwilling to do.
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A New Birth of Freedom: Reconstruction During the Civil War he Meaning of Freedom: Black and White Responses to Slavery From Free Labor to Slave Labor Rights and Power: The Politics of Reconstruction Introduction The Ending of Reconstruction Epilogue: The Unfinished Revolution Additional Resources Credits for this Exhibit