As We See It!

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    Broadside published by several leading citizens of Durham opposed to the levying of a property tax to establish a graded school system in place of public schools, arguing that the act must "have taxes divided pro rata between races" to avoid discrimination. Signed A. K. and J. N. Umstead, W. Duke and sons, Wm. Mangum, J. C. and M. A. Angier, E. J. Parrish, and others.
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