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Now and Then - Dr. Roger Branch Sr.
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For decades, even centuries, rural communities in the South were sustained by networks of families and friends involving exchanges of work, food and support in troubled times and shared joys in good times. Indeed, such networks extended into towns as well. These exchanges might be called “neighboring.”
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