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Brothers Lebronze Davis, left, and Arguster Davis last month during their StoryCorps interview in Birmingham, Ala. "Daddy taught us all how to do the right thing and wanted us to do the right thing," Lebronze says. Emilyn Sosa for StoryCorps hide caption

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Brothers Pass On Their Farmer Father's Life Lessons

Arguster and Lebronze Davis and their 14 siblings grew up and worked with their parents on the family's Alabama farm. The brothers remember their father, who taught them how to "do the right thing."

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Brothers Lebronze Davis, left, and Arguster Davis last month during their StoryCorps interview in Birmingham, Ala. "Daddy taught us all how to do the right thing and wanted us to do the right thing," Lebronze says. Emilyn Sosa for StoryCorps hide caption

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Brothers Pass On Their Farmer Father's Life Lessons

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