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June 1936. " 'Griffin children' of Alabama land use demonstration project near Greensboro. They are all third or fourth generation resulting from, it is believed, a white woman and a N…o. They are mostly white and refused to be placed with the N….oes, but the whites will not have them. Note carefully the closeup of the four children; all are from the same family and yet differ greatly in appearance." Photo by Carl Mydans for the Resettlement Administration.
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bevperry

They are perfectly normal beautiful children, as all children are❤️. Thank you for posting Ed, lovely photo......

edcotton

Thank you Ann1000; my sentiments exactly.

To me they are just nice looking children.

Oh, I thought of another thing about these people, they would congregate into communities and live with each other, I guess it was the only way they could survive and not be totally isolated. At least that is what they did in south Louisiana.

From one Ed to another, your welcome (:

edcotton

Thank you 'hancheye' for your comment.

The name used to refer to such people, adults and children, was "mulatto" although you seldom hear the word used today. The definition reads "people born of one white parent and one black parent". I do recall as a young child in south Louisiana such people were considered outcast and life was very difficult for them. No jobs, no school, actually just a life of existence and that was it.

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