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Re: Questions and Answers about Unionism in the South
Posted by: Dave Frederick (ID *****5447) Date: April 03, 2003 at 15:22:00
In Reply to: Re: Questions and Answers about Unionism in the South by Don Umphrey of 780

Don,

Yes, I thought I could or would find some geographic pattern in unionist in Marion County. From the map, I can not see any pattern. I do not have all the data I would like and may change after more input. Most the data I have now is located around Hackleburg, Hamilton and a small area around Winfield.
The next item I would check is age. What percent of the unionist are over age 25? It is interesting that the Andrew Jackson influence is present in the families of Marion Co. but even that can go both ways.

Dave


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