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A woman rice planter

by Elizabeth W. Allston Pringle

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Published by Belknap Press of Harvard University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Georgetown County (S.C.),
  • South Carolina,
  • Georgetown County.
    • Subjects:
    • Rice -- South Carolina -- Georgetown County,
    • Georgetown County (S.C.) -- Social life and customs,
    • Georgetown County (S.C.) -- Economic conditions

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Patience Pennington [pseud.] Edited by Cornelius O. Cathey.
      SeriesThe John Harvard library
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF277.G35 P9 1961
      The Physical Object
      Pagination446 p. illus.
      Number of Pages446
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5826216M
      LC Control Number61013741
      OCLC/WorldCa477728

      Author Pringle, Elizabeth A.. Title A Woman Rice Planter (Southern Classics Series). Binding Paperback. Book Condition Very Good. Type Paperback. Publisher University of South Carolina Press ISBN Number / Seller ID Bessie authored two books, the first treating her experiences as a woman rice planter and the second describing her childhood before the war. A major contribution to southern history, The Allstons of Chicora Wood provides a fascinating look at a prominent southern family that survived the traumas of war and challenges of Reconstruction.

      Rice planter, author. Pringle was born on , on Pawleys Island at her family’s summer home at Canaan Seashore. Her parents were Robert Francis Withers Allston and Adele Petigru. Her father, a state legislator and governor, owned slaves and more than fourteen hundred acres planted in rice or covered by timber.   A Woman Rice Planter, under the pen name Patience Pennington (really), which detailed her various travails; when she died, her heirs finally sold the .

        She wrote a book - actually a diary - of her day-to-day duties as a Woman Rice Planter. Chicora Wood Plantation Elizabeth grew up in the era of massive slave holdings over the South, but also when the patriarchal system was firmly entrenched in Southern families. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Elizabeth W. Allston Pringle (Pringle, Elizabeth W. Allston (Elizabeth Waties Allston), ) An online book about this author is available.. Pringle, Elizabeth W. Allston (Elizabeth Waties Allston), A Woman Rice Planter (illustrated HTML and TEI at UNC) Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new listing.


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