Common Good Cooperative Association

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Common Good Cooperative Association

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The Common Good Cooperative Association evolved in 1932 after a pattern of self-help set by the Llano Cooperative Colony, Louisiana. Its charter was granted by the provincial legislature in 1932. It survived until 1940. Its members, The Army of the Common Good, were engage in wood-cutting, delivery, farming, and storekeeping.


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