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Duncan had grown up in Tallulah, Louisiana, in the 1930s, chopping and picking cotton on a plantation.The Cruel Failure of Welfare Reform in the Southwest|by Eli Hager|December 30, 2021|ProPublica
He previously produced and starred in movies “Tallulah” and “Freeheld,” and directed “There’s Something in The Water,” a documentary on environmental racism in Canada.
He noted that he had three children—Willa, Tallulah, and Conner.
It was now that Tallulah began introducing herself at parties with the line, ‘I’m a lesbian.
As a result, Tallulah found herself hailed as one of the wits of Manhattan, and she worked hard to make sure the reputation stuck.
On the evening of January 6, 1923, Tallulah boarded the SS Majestic.
As for Tallulah, beneath her bravado she was utterly terrified.
He lives in a log-cabin, occupying the centre of a small valley, through which the Tallulah river winds its wayward course.Letters from the Alleghany Mountains|Charles Lanman
They went only a short distance and came to a rock cave close under Ugûñ′yĭ (Tallulah falls).
The noted falls upon Tallulah river are known to the Cherokee as Ugûñ′yĭ, q. v.
An ancient settlement on the upper part of Tallulah river, in Rabun county, Georgia; 2.
In my last message I referred at considerable length to the lynching of five Italians at Tallulah.Messages and Papers of William McKinley V.2.|William McKinley