Slavery and Rice Culture in Low Country Georgia, 1750-1860
Univ. of Tennessee Press, 1991 - 292 стор.
Rice plantations were found in coastal Georgia which included Chatham, Bryan, Liberty, McIntosh, Glynn and Camden counties.
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Chapter One Tidewater Culture in the Colonial Era
Chapter Two Expansion of Slavery and Profitability
Chapter Three The Labor of Low Country Slaves
Chapter Four Overseers and Drivers
Chapter Five The Factorage System
Chapter Six The Slave Trade International
Chapter Seven Care Maintenance and Health
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