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2008, ISBN 0521703980, 295
The plantation household was, first and foremost, a site of production. This fundamental fact has generally been overshadowed by popular and scholarly images... 
Southern States | History | 19th century | Plantation life | Patriarchy | Women, White | Social distance | Households | Plantation owners' spouses | Women slaves | African American women
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2017, ISBN 9780674972148, x, 313 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates
A Mind to Stay is a unique and extraordinary historical narrative of generations of a Black family with roots in slavery and in the South. This family won... 
African Americans | Land tenure | Plantation owners | Rural African Americans | History | Freedmen | Plantations
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2011, ISBN 1107011647, xvii, 232
"Slaveholders perpetuated and rationalized a romanticized version of plantation life. However, masters' relations with white plantation laborers and servants... 
Slavery | Paternalism | Plantation workers | Whites | Plantation owners | History | Slaves | Social conditions | Southern States | 19th century
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1991, ISBN 0195053443, 217
This book deals with the westward migration of the planter families of the seaboard South in the years before the Civil War. The book examines the decision of... 
Southern States History | Migration, Internal | Plantation owners | History | Frontier and pioneer life | Plantation life | Southern US History | Early 19th Century US History | US Social History | Southern States | 19th century | 1775-1865 | Mississippi | American Civil War | Family life | Child-rearing | Migration | Louisiana | Alabama | Planter families
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2014, Cambridge studies on the American South, ISBN 1107636647, xiii, 217
This book examines the political economy of the master-slave relationship viewed through the lens of consumption and market exchange. What did it mean when... 
Slavery | Economic aspects | Plantation owners | Economic conditions | Slaveholders | History | Social aspects | HISTORY / United States / 19th Century | Southern States Economic conditions | Exchange | Consumer behavior | Paternalism | Slaves
Book
2003, ISBN 0195157354, xiv, 258
This book examines both the social and the political history of slavery. James Polk — President of the United States from 1845 to 1849 — owned a Mississippi... 
Southern US History | Civil War and Reconstruction US History | Early 19th Century US History | Slavery and Abolition of Slavery | Biography | United States | Presidents | Fugitive slaves | Mississippi | Territorial slavery issue | Cotton plantations | James polk | Child mortality | Privileged slaves | Incentive plan | Southern democrats | Mexican war
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2014, ISBN 0786496622, v, 224
"The Smith fortune was made by Mary's grandfather, Revolutionary War veteran Francis Jones, and survived the profligacy of his son-in-law, Dr. James Smith,... 
Orange County (N.C.) | Plantations | Chatham County (N.C.) | Land grants | Smith, Mary Ruffin, 1814-1885 Family | Plantation owners | History | Beneficiaries | Jones, Francis, 1760-1844 Family
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