The Mule: The Worker that "Can't Get No Respect"

@article{Arnold2008TheMT,
  title={The Mule: The Worker that "Can't Get No Respect"},
  author={Watson C. Arnold},
  journal={Southwestern Historical Quarterly},
  year={2008},
  volume={112},
  pages={34 - 50}
}
  • W. Arnold
  • Published 6 July 2011
  • Education
  • Southwestern Historical Quarterly
The Mule Pull at the Mississippi Pecan Festival
This photograph was taken on September 24, 2011 at the Mississippi Pecan Festival during the festival's mule pull competi- tion. The Mississippi Mule Puller's Associa- tion hosts the annual

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