A journey in the seaboard slave states: with remarks on their economy

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New American Library, 1969 - Travel - 723 pages
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Contents

CHAPTER I
1
The Institution for Travelers 1 Servants 3 A Maryland Farm 5 Slave
12
CHAPTER II
40
anto 49 Dress and Style of People 50 The Great Southern Route
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CHAPTER III
164
CHAPTER IV
216
CHAPTER V
305
CHAPTER VI
377
Punishment 438 Slaves taking care of themselves 439 Nefarious Traders
451
CHAPTER VII
462
CHAPTER VIII
489
CHAPTER IX
546
Georgia Railroads 546 ColumbusManufacturing Workmen 547 Mont
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Origin 574 Emigration 576 Preaent Condition and Prospects
576
New Orleans 578 French Aspect 580 The Cathedral 582 Gradations
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The Temperance Problem 625 Planting and Grazing 628 Negro Cabins
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Railroad Gang 377 Northern Hay 378 Profit of Slave Labor 379 Rough
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423 Teufclsdrockhs Secret of Happiness 425 The Watchmanan intelligent
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What is the Economy of Slavery 429 Field Hands 430 Food 431 More
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of Free and Slave Laborers compared 688 Slavery no Security against
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