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“Atter freedom come, most of Marse Jim's Niggers lef 'him, an' den he had what dey called chaingang slaves.”
“Back on the payroll next week, though, and back on the chaingang.”
“I'd met somebody who wrote a book on the chaingang; Walter Wilson's Forced Labor in the United”
“The upshot of it was that the last night on the chaingang, the usual procedure is to short-sheet or play some games with a guy before he leaves, and that if”
“She seized the visitor by the shoulder as she shouted, "I sho laks your looks, but you may be de devil for all I knows, and you may be fixin 'to put me in de chaingang wid all dis here writin', but" here she gave the startled visitor a shake that almost pulled her out of the chair, "Damn, if I don't lak you anyhow.”
“A pusson in jail or on de chaingang would ruther be outside and free dan in captivity.”
“Dat was a heap better'n dey does now days, 'cause if a Nigger gits out of place dey puts him on de chaingang.”
“The trial being ended, they were placed in jail, and before the sheriff had time to take them to the chaingang they fired the jail.”
“There was not a chaingang nor a convict camp in all the South.”
“She was sent to the chaingang and fastened to the general chain every night along with hardened criminals - veterans in crime.”
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