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It issued special draft calls for them as well. Local draft boards throughout the South which had large numbers of African American registrants assumed (correctly) that the War Department was mostly interested in the rapid induction of a large army of white men. Some would probably have announced their “Negro” calls (as they referred to their “colored quotas”) in September if there had been no problem negotiating schedules with the railroads for transporting racially segregated draftees. Provost Marshal General Enoch Crowder therefore ordered Georgia local boards to send forty percent of their white quota in the September calls and thirteen percent of their “Negro” quota in one group at the beginning of October.
County by asking prominent white women in each militia district to help coordinate the work of the committee. In addition, it named Miss Olivia Young to represent the mill district. Young taught at a school that had been established for mill children in the village of Sargent about ten miles northwest of Newnan. 38 Mobilizing the Black Community Despite white domination of important positions and the exclusion of African American males from the “manly” things according to community standards, a few prominent African Americans supported the community mobilization effort.
Thus, each of the white men who administered conscription in Coweta County had personal and political interests in the cultivation of cotton. 33 All could be called middle class as well as middlemen in the total system of cotton cultivation and manufacturing. They were professionals, merchants, or politicians. The draft thus became part of a larger process through which the men of the political and economic elite secured the loyalty and cooperation of less prominent yet ambitious middle-class-white men.
Black Fokker Leader: Carl Degelow - The First World War’s last Airfighter Knight by Peter Kilduff