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Dorsey Dixon and his brother Howard Dixon were 2 amongst 7 total siblings, all poor mill workers before they reached their teen years in North & South Carolina. Dorsey Dixon did not start writing his own rural folk songs until age 32, but songs like "Weaver's Life", "Factory Girl", "Babies in the Mill", "The School House Fire" and "Spinning Room Blues" were infused with stories of the poor worker struggles in the southern textile mills, and were later rediscovered by labor & song historians.

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