RECORDS OF ANTE-BELLUM SOUTHERN PLANTATIONS: SERIES B. SELECTIONS FROM THE SOUTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
Frederick, Md.: University Publications of America, 1985
Papers of families and individuals from the South Carolina low countries include a concentration of materials from St. John's Parish of the Charleston District. Included are the proceedings of the Black Oak Agricultural Society, the confession of a participant in the Denmark Vesey slave rebellion of 1822, the auction book of Charleston slave trader, Alonzo White, extensive slave records, a parish diary, and a number of plantation journals. The diaries, daybooks, plantation records, and estate accounts for the Thomas Porcher Ravenel family (1731-1899) are also included. These papers relate to lands, plantation management, slaves, and crops, especially rice and cotton.
Schipper, Martin Paul. Records of ante-bellum southern plantations from the Revolution through the Civil War [guide] : series A, selections from the South Caroliniana Library, University of South Carolina
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