A Documentary History of American Industrial Society: Plantation and frontier

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John Rogers Commons, Ulrich Bonnell Phillips, Eugene Allen Gilmore, Helen Laura Sumner, John Bertram Andrews
Arthur H. Clark Company, 1910 - Working class
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Contents

General Preface by Richard T Ely
19
General Introduct1on by John Bates Clark
33
Introduction to Volumes I and II by Ulrich B Phillips
69
Bibliography Volumes I and II
105
The inconvenience of a rigid labor supply
130
Records of a rice plantation
134
Accounts of expenses crops and sales on a seaisland cotton
150
Management of scattered plantations Georgia 18441849
167
4 A seaisland cotton estate
252
Rice
259
Indigo account of its introduction as a staple in South Caro
265
Seaisland cotton methods
271
The tyranny of King Cotton
283
A Georgia planter buys negro clothes in London
293
Flour Codfish and Vegetables from the North
299
An efficient factor and broker in Charleston
307

success in nonresident planting Alabama 1835 Experi
183
1O Plantation byindustries
186
Plantation Routine
195
Routine of incidentals on a seaisland plantation
203
Routine of work on a great sugar plantation
214
Cotton Routine
231
Bad seasons and slave runaways
319
Embarrassments from debt
321
The routine problems and policies of an efficient overseer
330
Assistant overseers
336
Advertisement from the Virginia Gazette Williamsburg
346
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