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Mrs. James has lived in Savannah for 65 years. She vividly describes the city market. "They'd have Negro women there with big old baskets of cooked crab and shrimp and they'd put them on their head and walk in the streets hollering, 'Yeah Crabs! Yeah Shrimps!' going on like that."
Ulmer, Debbie, "Mrs. Laudess James" (1973). Happiness and Hard Times. 13.