Scenes near Tuskegee, Macon County, Alabama, during the depression in the United States
Tuskegee Alabama USA Date:1935 Duration:1 min 53 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Corner stone of church reads: "Sweet Gum A.M.E. Zion Church 1868. Rebuilt 1905." View of the unpainted wooden church, with many panes of its stain glass windows missing or damaged. ( The church is located at 560 Old Montgomery Hwy, Shorter, Alabama, near city of Tuskegee.) Rocky area at intersection of roads. A pile of rough hewn timbers. A large industrial building (possibly a mill). African American masons and painters on scaffold work on front of building, identified by sign reading:"Farmer's Alliance Warehouse." Nearby sign reads: "Fortner's Country Market." Cars parked in road by the stores. A pig and two piglets seen on the dirt road. Negro man and woman walk slowly down along a rough dirt path or dirt road.
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