3 edition of The Planter Or, Thirteen Years In The South By A Northern Man found in the catalog.
January 17, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||276|
America. About 85 percent lived in the Southern Colonies. Enslaved Africans made up about 40 percent of the South’s population. Plantations Expand The growth of slavery allowed plantation farming to expand in South Carolina and Georgia. Without slave labor, there probably would have been no rice plantations in the region’s swampy lowlands. "It's a love story about two deeply religious people, a white man and a black woman falling in love despite their backgrounds and religious families while in the south." — caireec
The South’s inner civil war reflected how wartime events and Confederate policies eventually reacted upon the region’s distinctive social and political structure. Like a massive earthquake, the Civil War and the destruction of slavery permanently altered the landscape of Southern life, exposing and widening fault lines that had lain barely. The Planter: or, Thirteen Years in the South (Philadelphia: H. Hooker, ), by David Brown HTML and TEI with commentary at UNC multiple formats at
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His book The Planter: Thirteen Years in the South by a Northern Man () attempts to present the "reality" of southern slavery. Published inThe Planter describes slave life.
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The planter: or, Thirteen years in the South. By a northern man. Format Book Published Philadelphia, H. Hooker, Description p.
Other titles Thirteen years in the south. Series Slavery pamphlets, no. Notes Microcard. Louisville, Ky., Lost Cause Press,  3 cards. Subject headings Slavery--Southern States. More editions of The Planter Or, Thirteen Years In The South By A Northern Man: The Planter Or, Thirteen Years In The South By A Northern Man: ISBN () Softcover, Kessinger Publishing, LLC, URL: Contents.
View entire text. The Planter: or, Thirteen Years in the South David Brown in the hope of benefit to a constitution impaired by the wear and tear of northern life, to which it was not originally well adapted. By the urgent suggestion of many anxious friends, I should have gone South, long years before; but that from an unfortunate prejudice, I had contracted.
The Planter: or, Thirteen Years in the South David Brown Philadelphia: H. Hooker, a man who had always been temperate, it is—as a hard necessity belonging to the system of high law which governs the race of men—to illustrate for our benefit, the fearful truth, that the sins of the fathers are visited upon the children, even to the.
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Title:: The Planter: or, Thirteen Years in the South: Author:: Brown, David, Note: Philadelphia: H. Hooker, Link: HTML and TEI with commentary at UNC. People's Party Hand-Book of Facts. Campaign of Populist Party (N.C.). State Executive Committee The Planter's Northern Bride Hentz, Caroline Lee, Philadelphia: T.
Peterson, c xi, p. The Planter, or, Thirteen Years in the South by a Northern Man Brown, David, Philadelphia: H. Hooker, p. Poem. Distribution of wealth in the South became less democratic over time; fewer whites owned slaves in than in As the wealth of the antebellum South increased, it also became more unequally distributed, and an ever-smaller percentage of slaveholders held a substantial number of slaves.
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item 6 The Planter or Thirteen Years in the South by A. Northern Man (, Paperback) 5 - The Planter or Thirteen Years in the South by A. Northern Man (, Paperback) $ Free shipping. A plantation complex in the Southern United States is the built environment (or complex) that was common on agricultural plantations in the American South from the 17th into the 20th century.
The complex included everything from the main residence down to the pens for rn plantations were generally self-sufficient settlements that relied on the forced labor of slaves, similar to.
Two travel accounts by Northern apologists for slavery are David Brown’s The Planter, or Thirteen Years in the South () and Nehemiah Adams’s A South-Side View of Slavery ().
A similar work, Curiosity Visits to Southern Plantations (), by “A Northern Man,” was intended to sway British opinion in the South’s : John Miles.
Increasing Wealth of the Southern Planter Class. The increasing wealth of the Southern planter class coincided with the rapid growth of port cities and towns, enabling them to send raw materials to England while at the same time ordering luxury items that defined a new class of colonial American aristocrats.
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PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. chrissy_robbins. The organizer of this revolt won a freeman lottery and was a Northern carpenter. They conspired to get Charleston and although this was the most elaborate plans it was foiled in The leader was a deeply.
This list contains novels (and a couple of related movies) of the Old South and slavery. Offensive and disturbing to some, the politically incorrect language and actions will transport you back to a time and place where cruelty and violence were the norm.
This book was supposed to be a closer to the Falconhurst series. Taking place about Creating an Old South book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Set on the antebellum southern frontier, this book uses the history /5(22).
Watching “12 Years a Slave,” which won the Oscar for best picture this year, it was almost as if I were there at Edwin Epps’ cotton plantation in the s, walking past the gorgeous white mansion in the lush, green Louisiana nded by cypress trees, I could hear the cicadas, and very nearly feel the humidity on my skin.
But it’s jarring to put yourself in a place so.Like Byrd, he kept a diary. The selections included here span five months in when Carter was forty-seven years old. They present a close look at his life as a wealthy planter, herbalist doctor to his family and slaves, three-time widower, father mourning his daughter's death—and hardworking distressed farmer in a season of drought.The Planter is a lost American silent drama film directed by Thomas N.
Heffron and John was produced by F. N. Manson and Harry Drum and distributed through Mutual. Cast. Tyrone Power, Sr. as Ludwig Hertzer (credited as Tyrone Power) Lamar Johnstone as David Mann; Mrs. Tyrone Power as Consuela (credited as Helen Bateman)Based on: The Planter, by Herman Whitaker.