Carolina Gold Rice: The Ebb and Flow History of a Lowcountry Cash Crop

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Carolina Gold, the celebrated variety of rice established in the South Carolina Lowcountry, perhaps saved the fledgling colony at the beginning of the eighteenth century and remained integral to the local economy for nearly two hundred years. However, the labor required to produce it encouraged the establishment of slavery, ultimately contributing to the region's economic collapse following the Civil War. Richard Schulze, who reintroduced this crop in South Carolina after nearly a century's absence, provides this ...

Carolina Gold Rice: The Ebb and Flow History of a Lowcountry Cash Crop 2012, History Press (SC)

ISBN-13: 9781609496203

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Carolina Gold Rice:: The Ebb and Flow History of a Lowcountry Cash Crop 2005, History Press (SC), Charleston

ISBN-13: 9781596290945

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