She lives a few miles east of her old home and lets it be known she is a resident of Beaver. They are the ones who told her she was black. They sent Shreck to Waverly after the elementary school in East Jackson closed, just as all the families did. She looks over at her husband, Brad, sitting in front of the television, who has generally been quiet for the past five years after suffering a stroke. The pale woman with frizzy grey-streaked hair commands her on-and-off partner of over 20 years, Jimmy — who is from one of the few white families in East Jackson — to fetch her purse. Officials in Waverly created East Jackson by corralling any newcomer they deemed to be black because of their appearance, or by second-class status because they were laborers or housekeepers, into the smaller town.
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