Sons and Daughters of Liberty

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Sons and Daughters of Liberty


May 12, 1905


A lodge of the Sons and Daughters of Liberty, only recently organized, turned out on its first mournful occasion near Hunter’s last Tuesday,
to attend the funeral of Sister Daisie Wooden, and which took place at 12 o’clock, in the presence of a large crowd, which was augmented by the lodge from Vienna in full regalia. Rev. Peterson, of the Centreville church, made a long address at the conclusion of which the body was consigned to the earth. This was, perhaps, the biggest assembling of colored people ever seen in that neighborhood.


Fairfax Herald


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