Carolina Planter Journal - Accession 124
Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections
1 bound volume
The Carolina Planter, was a weekly newspaper published in Columbia, S.C. in the 1840s that concerned agriculture and rural economy.
Scope and Content Note
The journal was published by A.S. Johnston, edited by R.W. Gibbs and had as its purpose the fostering of practical knowledge about agriculture and the rural economy. The collection contains 37 bound issues published from January, 1840 to January, 1841 devoted to South Carolina agricultural activities. The subscription to the issues held by the Pettus Archives was in the name of J. N McElwee, Spring Rock, York, S.C.
The Carolina Planter Journal was donated to the Archives on October 18, 1976 by Mrs. Jane Roper Hart.
19th Century Newspapers, South Carolina Newspapers, Agriculture in South Carolina, Farmers in South Carolina
For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.
Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Carolina Planter Journal - Accession 124". Finding Aid 326.
LC Subject Headings
Agriculture--South Carolina--Periodicals; Columbia (S.C.)--Newspapers; Richland County (S.C.)--Newspapers; American newspapers--19th century
Some of the issues in the bound volume are out of chronological order.