Interview with Harry Briggs, Jr.
QUESTION 4
INTERVIEWER:

CAN YOU TELL US SOME OTHER THINGS ABOUT CLARENDON COUNTY. WHAT WAS IT LIKE IN TERMS OF WHAT BLACKS DID FOR A LIVING?

Harry Briggs, Jr.:

The Blacks had the farm and we had, like if you sharecropped you'd live on the white man's plantation, and then at times, and say…[unintelligible]…what they get for a living, work, on the—stay on the white man's place. So, like if you wanted to make a living, you had to plow your own fields, pick your own cotton for them, feed 'em, wash their clothes and cook for them.