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Her efforts helped to bring 1,000 babies — considering the social structure of the times and the location, probably all of them White — into this world. A LEGENDARY MIDWIFE, Orlean (sometimes also spelled Orelena) Puckett plied her sacred and very necessary trade in the Appalachian Mountains…
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by John Calhoun IS THERE a more reviled section of the United States than the South and is there a more loathed region of the South than Appalachia? The entire stretch of the old Confederacy is often stereotyped as a hotbed of ignorance, dysgenics, backwardness, and the most evil of all sins — “racism.”…
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Let’s fill the Great White Belt with White men, women, and millions of children by John Calhoun THE UNITED STATES is no longer the nation that it was during the first half of the 20th century. In fact, it would be nearly unrecognizable to a time traveler from that time or before. For Whites, having…
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