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A COLORED FARMER NEAR ALBANY, GEORGIA, WAS THE LARGEST LANDOWNER
IN THAT AREA FROM 1890 TO 1910. DURING THAT TWENTY YEARS, HE
PRODUCED THE FIRST BALE OF COTTON IN THE UNITED STATES, SO HE
WAS CALLED THE "FIRST BALE" MAN. HIS RECORD HAS NOT BEEN EQUALLED
SINCE, AND NO ONE KNOWS THE METHOD BY WHICH HE DID IT. HIS NAME
WAS DEAL JACKSON.

Where learned: DETROIT ; MICHIGAN, ASSUMED

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Secular hero

Date learned: 11-00-1967

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