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

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Appendix 2. Occupational Groupings

Farmer: Farmer, Farmer and Carpenter, Farmer and Clerk, Farmer and Mechanic, Farmer and Merchant, Farmer and Miller, Farmer and Physician, Farmer and Ret. D.G.M., Farmer and Retailman, Farming, Planter.

Laborer: Brick Burner, Burning Coal, Coachman, Coach Painter, Common Laborer, Cutting Wood, Day Laborer, Depot Hand, Ditcher, Drayman, Factory Operative, Farm Hand, Farm Laborer, Farm Manager, Farmer Supervisor, Ferryman, Gardener, Guard at Factory, Hack Driver, Hauling, Hostler, House Painter, Huckster, Jobbing, Keeps Railroad Bridge, Laborer, Mill Worker, Night Watchman, Operative, Overseer, Painter, Porter, Pressman, Pump Hand, Railroad Employee, Railroad Hand, Railroad Watchman, Sawyer, Shingle Getter, Shop Worker, Stage Driver, Stock Cutter, Tank Minder, Teamster, Timber Cutting, Timber Hauler, Turner, Wagoner, Wagoning, Watching Papermill, Watchman, Watchman in Paper Mill, Watchman on Canal, Well Digger, White Washer, Wood Cutter, Works at Water Tank, Works in Chalk, Works in Chalk Bed, Works in Clay, Works in Claybed, Works in Cotton Mill, Works in Flour & Grist Mill, Works in Flour Mill, Works in Grist Mill, Works in Jug Factory, Works in Kalmia Mill, Works in Paper Mill, Works in Pottery, Works on Railroad, Works in Saw & Grist Mill, Works in Sawmill, Works on Ship, Works in Shop, Works in Steam, Saw & Grist Mill, Works in Steam Saw Mill, Works in Tan Yard, Works in Warehouse, Apprenticed to Farmer.

Artisan and Semiskilled: Apprenticed to Blacksmith, Apprenticed to Carpenter, Apprenticed to Machinist, Apprenticed to Saddler, Artist, Artist or Painter, Barber, Basket Maker, Basket and Collar Maker, Blacksmith, Brickmaker, Butcher, Cabinetmaker, Carpenter, Carpenter Apprentice, Carriage Maker, Chair Maker, Cooper, Harness Maker, Hatter, Hemp Maker, House Carpenter, Hydrolist, Machinist, Making Shingles, Mason, Mattress Maker, Mechanic, Mill Wright, Miller, Painter or Glazier, Potter, Printer, Saddler, Shingle Maker, Shoe or Bootmaker, Silversmith, Sparksman, Stone Mason, Stoneware Maker, Stoneware Turner, Tailor, Tanner, Telegraph Operator, Tinner, Wagon Maker, Watchmaker, Wheel Wright, Wood Workman, Works in Blacksmith Shop, Works in Carriage Shop, Works in Harness Shop, Works in Printing Office, Works in Saddle Shop, Works in Shoe Shop, Works in Wood Shop.

Professional, Business, Law White Collar: Agent, Agent at Steam Mill, Attends Grist Mill, Bank Teller, Bartender (owns bar room), Bookkeeper, Bridge Builder, Building Contractor, Carriage Manufacturer, Cashier, Civil Engineer, Clerk, Clerk in County Treasury, Clerk in Government Position, Commissioner, Constable, Contractor, Coroner, County Commissioner, County Jailer, Court Clerk, Dentist, Deputy Sheriff, Doctor, Druggist, Dry Goods Merchant, Dry Goods Retailer, Edi-

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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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