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|Title:||crop at top as required--not less than 1 . . .|
Jackson County, 1913. Students and teachers at Barber's Creek School pose for a photograph in front of the school. On July 7, 1914 this part of Jackson County became part of the newly created Barrow County. Note this was a school for blacks.
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|Subjects:||Community schools--Georgia--Barrow County | Segregation in education--Georgia--Barrow County | African Americans--Georgia--Barrow County | Education--Georgia--Barrow County | Portraits--Georgia--Barrow County | Schools--Georgia--Barrow County | Barrow County (Ga.)|
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|Contributors:||Georgia. Dept. of Archives and History | Digital Library of Georgia|
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