Gidiney appears as a whitewasher
(an unskilled labor position involved with painting and construction), living at house number 156 Green.
Me - I put a request in for that champion whitewasher
to come and do our stairwell.
When that column was published in the September'99 issue of GUNS, a few of our readers wrote in and called me a whitewasher
for the white cops who murdered a black man.
Eventually, he hired black Union veteran and whitewasher
Jordan White to play the hurdy-gurdy, freeing Leive to beat on a large bass drum.
Aldridge) a shoemaker--but the only one designated as colored worked as a whitewasher
between 1826 and 1865.
Most were clearly of the middling classes: their fathers and spouses were often professionals and/or shop owners (a minister, a grocer, barbers, shoemakers, a baker, a whitewasher
, and so on).
Phoebe Sisco worked as a servant while her husband took a job as a whitewasher