In the Land of Cotton: How Old Times There Still Shape Alabama's Future

In the Land of Cotton: How Old Times There Still Shape Alabama's Future

In the beginning there was the land promising prosperity and independence. Enough that the population of what is now Alabama increased 1,000 percent from 1810-20. Descendants of Barbados slave lords in South Carolina heard about the rich, fertile soils in central and west Alabama. Scots-Irish came down the Appalachians to settle in the Tennessee Valley and Piedmont sections. To a very large degree, this newfound world revolved around cotton to feed the ever-hungry… (more)

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Publisher: NewSouth Books (June 01, 2015)

Parent ISBN: 9781603063975

Language: English


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