The Mission, History And Times Of The Farmers' Union; A Narrative Of The Greatest Industrial-agricultural Organization In History And Its Makers by Charles Simon BarrettThe Mission, History And Times Of The Farmers' Union; A Narrative Of The Greatest Industrial-agricultural Organization In History And Its Makers by Charles Simon Barrett

The Mission, History And Times Of The Farmers' Union; A Narrative Of The Greatest Industrial…

byCharles Simon Barrett

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1909. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XXVI. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES--GEORGIA. Anderson, J. D., Woodstock, Ga.--Joined as a charter member of the ninth local organization in the State; this was May, 1904; was elected Vice-President of Cherokee County Union when it was organized, May, 1904; December, 1904, was elected County President; May, 1905, was sent as a delegate to the State Union, which was organized at Thomaston. He was elected a member of the Executive Committee at this meeting, a position that he has held ever since. He has been active in the organizing work, and wise in his counsel whenever and wherever the Executive Committee has had occasion to meet. Alday, G. B., Iron City, Ga.--One of the most patient men in the organization; has worked and succeeded in keeping in line with co-operation channels against many difficulties, his county having few locals; believes in co-operation; has been County Business Agent ever since his county was organized; is one of the most patient and hard-working men that is to be found in South Georgia. Allen, T. C., Broxton, Ga.--President Coffee County Farmers' Union; now serving his third term as President of that county; joined Rudy Branch local, 1905; served as President of said local three years; has made some sacrifices. Barrett, Charles Simon, National President, Union City, Ga.---The National President of the Farmers' Union was born on a farm in Pike County, Georgia, January 28, 1866, and was educated in the country schools of Georgia, and the colleges of Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. After returning from college, he settled in Pike County, Georgia, where he married Miss Alma Rucker, November 5, 1891. They have five children, Paul, Charles, Howell, Leland, and Gaines. He joined the Farmers' Alliance at the first opportunity; he also joined the Far...
Title:The Mission, History And Times Of The Farmers' Union; A Narrative Of The Greatest Industrial…Format:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.31 inPublished:January 11, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217092748

ISBN - 13:9780217092746

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