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Woods said that Joe Lewis worked in a sawmill for the Meaher family, on the other side of Three Mile Creek.
Long a suspect in the 1964 slayings, Killen had made a livelihood from farming, operating his sawmill and preaching to a small congregation at Smyrna Baptist Church in Union, south of Philadelphia, Mississippi.
Image Before its creation, Escalante was a sleepy ranch supply center with a failing sawmill.
Lunden started to work in local sawmills, lumberyards and railroads, eventually moving his way up to director positions at several lumber companies and becoming the president of multiple banks.
The town was laid out around an old sawmill at the end of the 19th century.
Her eyes watered to think of no more cotton, no more sawmills; her community just things in a museum, to be poked at and stared at.
Furman Brodie, vice president of the Charles Ingram Lumber Co. in Effingham, S.C., says the sawmill started getting more railcars for lumber shipments shortly after filing a letter on Sept. 26.
Her eyes watered to think of no more cotton, no more sawmills
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