The Resource The plantation South

The plantation South

Label
The plantation South
Title
The plantation South
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1900-1977
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Jones, Katharine M.
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
F213
LC item number
.J6
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Southern States
  • Southern States
  • Southern States
  • USA
  • Plantation life
  • Manners and customs
  • Plantation life
  • Travel
  • Plantage
Label
The plantation South
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliography
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
"The heartiest style of Southern hospitality" / George Ticknor -- "The Kentuckians are a high-minded people" / Timothy Flint -- "There are few houses in Virginia" / Dolley Madison -- Insurrection in Southampton / Mary Berkeley Minor Blackford -- "You would delight to visit this region" / Henry Barnard -- Thomas Dabney, Virginian / Susan Dabney Smedes -- A titled visitor to the tidewater / the Honorable Charles Augustus Murray -- "I am in the very best of Virginia society" / Edwin Hall -- A Yankee girl in North Carolina / Sara Hicks Williams -- A tobacco plantation in Virginia / Frederick Law Olmsted -- "The world one vast plantation" / Letitia M. Burwell -- A Virginia boy sees a slave auction / John S. Wise -- Tutor to the Draytons of South Carolina / John Davis -- A refugee on a Georgia plantation / Aaron Burr -- President Monroe visits South Carolina / Winyaw Intelligencer -- These hospitable planters / Captain Basil Hall -- Affairs at Fort Hill / John C. Calhoun -- A New Englander in South Carolina / Henry Barnard -- Country life in the South / Harriet Martineau -- "I am a South Carolinian" / G.W. Featherstonehaugh -- Calhoun's country / G.W. Featherstonehaugh -- A Georgia plantation / Frances Anne Kemble -- A planter's observations / Francis W. Pickens -- "Dearest Papa" / Emily Wharton Sinkler -- A visit to St. Marys / Henry Benjamin Whipple -- Hopeton plantation at Darien, Georgia / Sir Charles Lyell -- Three plantations / Fredrika Bremer -- "If you doubt my word come and see for yourself" / Almia Coffin -- From the journal of a young plantation mistress / Ella Gertrude Clanton Thomas -- "There is a pleasant land" / An anonymous Englishman -- General James Gadsden's rice plantation / Charles Mackay -- A memoir of slavery / Irving E. Lowery -- Point Saint Pierre on Edisto Island / I. Jenkins Mikell -- The planters are the prominent feature / John Anthony Quitman -- Honeymoon at the hermitage / Henry A. Wise -- From a cotton planter's journal / Dick Hardaway Eggleston -- "Cotton now becomes the staple of the country" / G.W. Featherstonhaugh -- "Here we lived in this quiet country home" / Victoria V. Clayton -- Burleigh Plantation / Susan Dabney Smedes -- Affairs at Yalobush / letters to James Know Polk -- "Never have seen as mean a spring" / Bennet H. Barrow -- Mississippi wedding / Varina Howell Davis -- "This has been a busy, but very happy day" / Mahala Eggleston Roach -- Woodlands in Alabama / Sir Charles Lyell -- China Grove Plantation in Brazoria County, Texas / letters from Albert Sidney Johnston -- Peach Point Plantation in Texas / Stephen S. Perry -- Peach Point as seen by a famous guest / Rutherford B. Hayes -- "Short crop-short journeys" / Mrs. Isaac H. Hilliard -- "We shall be proud yet of our planter school of gentlemen" / Nathaniel Parker Willis -- Plague at Pass Christian / Susan Dabney Smedes -- Further news from Yalobusha / letters to Sarah Childress Polk -- Texas Springtime / Frederick Law Olmsted -- "The Eden of Louisiana" / an anonymous Englishman -- Wild Woods Plantation in Mississippi / Wade Hampton -- "Mississippi is a cotton growing state" / A. De Puy Van Buren -- Between Woodville and Natchez / Frederick Law Olmsted -- "In the calm of a glorious Summer evening" / William Howard Russell
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
xv, 412 pages
Lccn
57009357
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)804137
Label
The plantation South
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliography
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
"The heartiest style of Southern hospitality" / George Ticknor -- "The Kentuckians are a high-minded people" / Timothy Flint -- "There are few houses in Virginia" / Dolley Madison -- Insurrection in Southampton / Mary Berkeley Minor Blackford -- "You would delight to visit this region" / Henry Barnard -- Thomas Dabney, Virginian / Susan Dabney Smedes -- A titled visitor to the tidewater / the Honorable Charles Augustus Murray -- "I am in the very best of Virginia society" / Edwin Hall -- A Yankee girl in North Carolina / Sara Hicks Williams -- A tobacco plantation in Virginia / Frederick Law Olmsted -- "The world one vast plantation" / Letitia M. Burwell -- A Virginia boy sees a slave auction / John S. Wise -- Tutor to the Draytons of South Carolina / John Davis -- A refugee on a Georgia plantation / Aaron Burr -- President Monroe visits South Carolina / Winyaw Intelligencer -- These hospitable planters / Captain Basil Hall -- Affairs at Fort Hill / John C. Calhoun -- A New Englander in South Carolina / Henry Barnard -- Country life in the South / Harriet Martineau -- "I am a South Carolinian" / G.W. Featherstonehaugh -- Calhoun's country / G.W. Featherstonehaugh -- A Georgia plantation / Frances Anne Kemble -- A planter's observations / Francis W. Pickens -- "Dearest Papa" / Emily Wharton Sinkler -- A visit to St. Marys / Henry Benjamin Whipple -- Hopeton plantation at Darien, Georgia / Sir Charles Lyell -- Three plantations / Fredrika Bremer -- "If you doubt my word come and see for yourself" / Almia Coffin -- From the journal of a young plantation mistress / Ella Gertrude Clanton Thomas -- "There is a pleasant land" / An anonymous Englishman -- General James Gadsden's rice plantation / Charles Mackay -- A memoir of slavery / Irving E. Lowery -- Point Saint Pierre on Edisto Island / I. Jenkins Mikell -- The planters are the prominent feature / John Anthony Quitman -- Honeymoon at the hermitage / Henry A. Wise -- From a cotton planter's journal / Dick Hardaway Eggleston -- "Cotton now becomes the staple of the country" / G.W. Featherstonhaugh -- "Here we lived in this quiet country home" / Victoria V. Clayton -- Burleigh Plantation / Susan Dabney Smedes -- Affairs at Yalobush / letters to James Know Polk -- "Never have seen as mean a spring" / Bennet H. Barrow -- Mississippi wedding / Varina Howell Davis -- "This has been a busy, but very happy day" / Mahala Eggleston Roach -- Woodlands in Alabama / Sir Charles Lyell -- China Grove Plantation in Brazoria County, Texas / letters from Albert Sidney Johnston -- Peach Point Plantation in Texas / Stephen S. Perry -- Peach Point as seen by a famous guest / Rutherford B. Hayes -- "Short crop-short journeys" / Mrs. Isaac H. Hilliard -- "We shall be proud yet of our planter school of gentlemen" / Nathaniel Parker Willis -- Plague at Pass Christian / Susan Dabney Smedes -- Further news from Yalobusha / letters to Sarah Childress Polk -- Texas Springtime / Frederick Law Olmsted -- "The Eden of Louisiana" / an anonymous Englishman -- Wild Woods Plantation in Mississippi / Wade Hampton -- "Mississippi is a cotton growing state" / A. De Puy Van Buren -- Between Woodville and Natchez / Frederick Law Olmsted -- "In the calm of a glorious Summer evening" / William Howard Russell
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
xv, 412 pages
Lccn
57009357
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)804137

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