"Cotton in the Coast and Upland Fields of South Carolina" - Accession 1301- M645 (699)
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Accession 1301 - M645 (699)
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Scope and Content Note
This collection consists of an article titled, “Cotton In The Coast And Upland Fields Of South Carolina” taken from Frank Leslie’s Magazine and written by Jennie Haskell Rose (1856-1935) in 1880. The Article contains a detailed account of the growing and processing of cotton in South Carolina. It is a straightforward account of the different types of cotton and the methods used to turn it into wearable fabric. What is most striking about the article is its portrayal of African-Americans and its pro-slavery bias. It depicts a South still struggling to find itself after the Civil War and the failure of Reconstruction.
Transferred from Special Collections.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, ""Cotton in the Coast and Upland Fields of South Carolina" - Accession 1301- M645 (699)". Finding Aid 929.
LC Subject Headings
Cotton growing--South Carolina; Cotton gins and ginning--South Carolina; African American farmers--South Carolina