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This dial is typical of about 1800: I can’t stress strongly enough – these people are NOT CLOCKMAKERS , they are the people who made the dials which the clockmakers used.
The clockmaker’s name is usually on the dial, but the dialmaker’s name is often stamped on the reverse of the dial or cast into the “falseplate”.
Where two dialmakers’ names are stamped there, it is often when one maker took over the unused stock of another and a very useful guide indeed for dating a dial.
– EDINBURGH – japanned ware (but probably not dials) 1773 CROW, EDWARD – BIRMINGHAM – clock dials 1822 to 1839 CROW, THOMAS – BIRMINGHAM – clock dials 1841 to 1852 DALLAWAY, WILLIAM – EDINBURGH – clock dials 1775 to 1793 & later DALLAWAY & SON – EDINBURGH – clock dials c1797 to 1812 (&later?
From Atlanta to the most rural counties in Georgia's southwest Cotton Belt, black activists protested white supremacy in myriad ways—from legal challenges and mass demonstrations to strikes and self-defense. As late as World War II (1941-45) black Georgians were effectively denied the vote, segregated in most areas of daily life, and subject to persistent discrimination and often violence.
But by 1965, sweeping federal civil rights legislation prohibited segregation and discrimination, and this new phase of race relations was first officially welcomed into Georgia by Governor Jimmy Carter in 1971.
Community leaders in Savannah and Atlanta protested the segregation of public transport at the turn of the century, and individual and community acts of resistance to white domination abounded across the state even during the height of lynching and repression.
Atlanta washerwomen, for example, joined together to strike for better pay, and black homes often contained guns to fight off the Ku Klux Klan.
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