In My Father's House Are Many Mansions: Family and Community in Edgefield, South Carolina

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List of Figures and Maps

FIGURES
1-1 Black Proportion of Population for South Carolina and Edgefield, 1790 to 19005
1-1 Churches by Denomination, 1850-1870 and 189024
1-2 Average Acreage per Farm, 1850 to 188042
1-3 Farms by Size, 1850 to 188043
1-4 Distribution of Slaves and Slaveownership, 1850 and 1860 a) Slaveowners by Number of Slaves Owned b) Distribution of Slaves45
3-1 White Household Structure by Wealth, 1850 and 1860111
5-1 Free Black Household Structure, 1850 and 1860206
5-2 Heads of Households Owning Land, 1850 and 1860208
6-1 Household Members Employed, 1870 and 1880235
6-2 Households with School Age Children Attending School, 1870 and 1880247
6-3 School Age Children Attending School, 1870 and 1880248
7-1 Household Structure, 1870 and 1880261
7-2 Household Structure by Wealth and Color, 1870266
7-3 Households with Children Eighteen Years and Older, 1870 and 1880267
7-4 Household Structure by Occupation of Household Head, 1870 and 1880270
7-5 Female Wealth by Color in 1870285
7-6 Household Structure by Town and Hinterland, 1870 and 1880301

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • List of Tables xi
  • List of Figures and Maps xiii
  • List of Illustrations xv
  • Preface xvii
  • Introduction 3
  • I. Edgefield, South Carolina 14
  • 2. Edgefield from the White Perspective 47
  • 3. the White Family Andlb Antebellum Social Structure 104
  • 4. the Slave Family 148
  • 5. the Free Afro-American in Antebellum Edgefield 203
  • 6. the Culture of Postbellum Afro-American Family Life 225
  • 7. Black and White Postbellum Household and Family Structure 260
  • Conclusion 314
  • Appendix I. Methodology 325
  • Appendix 2. Occupational Groupings 333
  • Notes 335
  • Bibliography 421
  • Index 463
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