South Carolina: Resources and Population. Institutions and Industries
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, printers, 1883 - Agriculture - 726 pages
Tables document meteorological records, 1782-1880; statistics re agricultural regions of S.C. at large and for each township; debt and taxation compared across U.S.; etc.
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