2 edition of Mississippi farmers, 1850-1860. found in the catalog.
Mississippi farmers, 1850-1860.
Reprint of the 1945 ed. Bibliography: p. 126-130.
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|Pagination||139 p. illus., maps. ;|
|Number of Pages||139|
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The northern part, east of the Yazoo river and delta, west of the Prairie Region, and far enough south to include parts of Madison, Hinds, Scott, Newton, Kemper and Lauderdale, is known as the Yellow Loam Region, the soil being a brownish-yellow loam of varying depth, from a few History of Agriculture in Mississippi Read More».
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They depict the development of cartographic style and technique, highlighting the. Mississippi did produce some Populist spokesmen, such as newspaper editor Frank Burkitt, but poor farmers, white and black, refused to follow the leadership of the Farmers' Alliance. Few farmers were willing to support the sub-treasury plan, the Alliance's plan to aid farmers by providing low-cost federal loans secured by crops.
Mississippi Census Information. Mississippi Federal Census Records include:,, and Mississippi Census Schedules were completely destroyed by a warehouse fire with the exception of the Mississippi Veterans and Widows Schedules.
Soundex code (phonetic indexes) for Mississippi Federal Census Records are. in this journal. Farmers, the Populist Party, and Mississippi () By Kenneth G. McCarty. In the late s, the United States experienced a tremendous growth in industrialization. Led by oil, steel, and other manufacturing industries, the United States had become the.
About Mississippi, State and Territorial Census Collection, This database contains state and territorial censuses for Mississippi for various years between and For a complete list of the counties and years included in this database see below. The Mississippi Farmers Market was created to provide facilities for the efficient handling of farm products in the interest of the farmer, consumer, general public and the State of Mississippi.
At last, we have a centralized spot to find farm-fresh produce raised by Mississippi farmers. An Agricultural Schedule was made in, and and for those states that took an census.
Content [edit | edit source] Information about all farms in the United States, including: Name of the owner, agent, or manager; Number of acres and cash value of the farm. the rich, delta-loess region of Mississippi, "in only percent of the heads of families owned fifty or more slaves and only percent owned five hundred or more acres of improved land." 6 2) "A large majority of the farmers owned land and the total number of landowners was rapidly increasing." 7 This assertion is based on a matching.
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During its first half century as a territory and state (), Mississippi was an agrarian-frontier society. Its population was made up of four groups: Indians, whites, slaves, and free blacks. Inthe plantation was studied as part of the Historic American Buildings Survey, and we view 21 photographs and one plot plan from this study, with commentary by anthropologist John Michael Vlach in his book Back of the Big House: The Architecture of Plantation Slavery ().
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