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There should be more written about the sharecroppers and the people who worked the fields of Scott, Arkansas, on the R. H. Alexander plantation. There were a number of families who lived and worked the fields chopping and picking cotton by hand for this plantation owner: the Randolph family, Alexander family, Johnson family, Riley family, Lewis family, and many more.