All the soldiers desired to have the land on the expiration of enlistment. Their presence, well-ordered lives and fair degree of prosperity, had brought also to live with them as doctors, clergymen, teachers, lawyers, printers, surveyors, etc. Edwards says: "Sunday is their market day and it is wonderful what numbers are then seen hastening from all parts of the country toward the towns and shipping places ladened with fruits and vegetables, pigs, goats and poultry, their own property. Gradually these efforts led to co-operative business, building and loan associations and trade unions. Economic Co-operation among Negro Americans. None may, however, pass beyond the sphere of its own specialty without exposing itself to the risk of being universally proscribed.
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