The Structure of the cotton economy of the antebellum South. Edited by William N. Parker.


Washington, Agricultural History Society, 1970.

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Other Title Agricultural history.
Other Authors Parker, William Nelson.
Subjects Agriculture -- Southern States.
Southern States -- Economic conditions -- 1775-1865.
Description 169 p. 27 cm.
Notes Papers were published originally in Agricultural history, Jan., 1970.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Self-sufficiency in the cotton economy of the antebellum South, by R. E. Gallman.--The structure of antebellum Southern agriculture: South Carolina, a case study, by R. C. Battalio and J. Kagel.--Productivity and profitability of antebellum slave labor: a micro-approach, by J. D. Foust and D. E. Swan.--Economic democracy and the concentration of agricultural wealth in the Cotton South, 1850-1860, by G. Wright.--Note on the manuscript census samples, by G. Wright.--Southern dependence upon interregional grain supplies: a review of the trade flows, 1840-1860, D. L. Lindstrom.--Slavery and Southern economic development: an hypothesis and some evidence, by W. N. Parker.--The antebellum South: what probably was and what should have been, by S. L. Engerman.--Commentary: an historian's view, by E. D. Genovese.--The cotton frontier of the antebellum South: a methodological battleground, by M. Rothstein.
Geographic Area Southern States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00118994
(OCoLC)118994
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat

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