Welcome to Two Mills
from Jeffrey Magee
Segregation In Two Mills
What is Segregation?
The definition of segregation "The action or state of setting someone or something apart from other people or things or being set apart." The type of segregation in the town is racial segregation.
1960 - Segregation
Hector Street is the dividing line between the East End and the West End. Usually no one will cross other side of Hector Street unless they have to. I've made people cross Hector Street before which makes me happy. It makes me think that there is still hope for this town.
The people of East End are all black. They think of West End people as "fish bellies". They think they don't belong together.
The West End people are all white. They think of all the East End people as "rebels". Some of them even believe a theory that the East End people are going to rebel and attack them.
Places to Visit
The home of the famous Cobble's Knot and the best tasting pizza in the world. The history of the place is very peculiar. It used to be a grocery store and the owner had a brilliant idea to get customers. He got a knot so tied up that no one could untie it (until I came along). The knot was used as an advertisement for his small grocery, anyone who could untie it would get a great reward. The grocery store was later turned into a pizzeria and Cobble's Knot had outlived the grocery store.
Sports to Play
Baseball is a sport anyone can play! It's fun and easy to get into. PS: If someone throws a frog ball at you punt it.
Football is a really fun sport, but it could be hard to get the hang of. There is a football field at the high school that you could play at.
Whatever you wanna call it- track or running, this is by far my favorite sport. I love to run and I hope you do too.
Although I've never played basketball most of my friends say it's a really fun sport. I would keep this as a last resort if you didn't like any of the other sports I recommended.