By Weymouth T. Jordan,Kenneth R. Johnson
Ante-bellum Alabama’s fundamental curiosity used to be agriculture; the executive crop was once King Cotton; and most people have been agriculturalists. cities and towns got here into lifestyles to provide the rural wishes of the nation and to technique and distribute farm commodities. equally, Alabama’s business improvement begun with the manufacture of implements for farm use, in keeping with the state’s agricultural needs. Rural-agriculture affects ruled the yank scene; and during this appreciate Alabama was once normal of her area in addition to of lots of the United States.
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Ante-Bellum Alabama: Town and Country (Library Alabama Classics) by Weymouth T. Jordan,Kenneth R. Johnson