Cotton farming in the southern states Texas, Mississippi, and Alabama in the United States. A cotton farm with matured cotton plants ready for harvest by picking. Negro workers pick cotton bolls in field. A cloth bag tied with waist of farmer to store the pick into it. A day's pick emptied on a cloth. Farmer women weighing their daily pick, which averages around 100-200 pounds a day. A shed where the picked cotton is kept dry. A cotton picking farmer family sits near their cotton picks and waits for the loading wagon to arrive. Wagons bring cotton to gin operation. Wagons with cotton in Alabama pull up under cover of barn marked "W.A. Wyatt Jr and Co. Ginners Seed..." On the barn side a sign reads, "No smoking allowed. Cotton left on yard at owner's risk."
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