Black Wall Street: Now and Then

There was also a man named Mason in nearby Wagner County who
had the largest potato farm in the west. When he harvested, he would fill 100
boxcars a day. Another Black man not far away was doing the same thing with a
spinach farm. The typical family averaged five children or more, though the
typical farm family would have 10 kids or more who made up the nucleus of the
labor.

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