The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture - Vol. 11

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VOLUME 11
Agriculture
and Industry

MELISSA WALKER Agriculture Section Editor

JAMES C. COBB Industry Section Editor

Sponsored by

THE CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF SOUTHERN CULTURE

at the University of Mississippi

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS

Chapel Hill

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The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture - Vol. 11
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • General Introduction xi
  • Introduction xvii
  • Agriculture 1
  • Agriculture and Rural Life 3
  • African American Landowners 31
  • Agribusiness 33
  • Agricultural Education 38
  • Colonial Farming 45
  • Consumption and Consumers 49
  • Country Stores 54
  • Crops 60
  • Diversification 63
  • Farm Organizations, 19th-Century 66
  • Food and Markets, Women’s Roles in 72
  • Garden Patches 75
  • Global Economy, Southern Agriculture in 79
  • Good Roads Movement 83
  • Mechanization 85
  • Native American Agriculture 88
  • New Deal and Southern Agriculture 92
  • New Deal–Era Farmer Organizations 97
  • Part-Time Farming 101
  • Plantations 102
  • Rural Life 106
  • Rural-Urban Migration 117
  • Sharecropping and Tenancy 120
  • Soil and Soil Conservation 124
  • Sustainable Agriculture 130
  • Women and Agriculture 133
  • Agricultural Cooperatives 137
  • Agricultural Societies, Antebellum 139
  • Apples 141
  • Aquaculture 143
  • Boll Weevil 144
  • Cattle 146
  • Christmas Tree Farming 148
  • Citrus 149
  • Communal Farms 152
  • Corn 153
  • Cotton Culture 154
  • Dairy Industry 157
  • Farm Security Administration 158
  • Fence/Stock Laws 159
  • Fertilizer 161
  • Forage Crops 162
  • Garvey Movement 165
  • Hog Production 166
  • Home Extension Services 169
  • Horses and Mules 170
  • Insects and Insecticides 172
  • Knapp, Seaman a. (1833–1911) Agricultural Reformer 177
  • Migrant Labor 178
  • Peaches 181
  • Peanuts 184
  • Pecans 185
  • Poe, Clarence Hamilton (1881–1964) Agricultural Journalist 186
  • Poultry 187
  • Progressive Farmer 190
  • Rice Culture 192
  • Rural Electrification Administration 194
  • Rural Free Delivery 195
  • Sears, Roebuck Catalog 196
  • Soybeans 198
  • Sugar Industry 199
  • Tobacco Culture, Flue-Cured 200
  • Truck Farming 203
  • Viticulture 204
  • Industry 207
  • Industry and Commerce 209
  • Antebellum Industry 229
  • Business, Black 232
  • Civil Rights and Business 235
  • "Colony," South as 237
  • Expositions and World’s Fairs 240
  • Globalization 244
  • Industrialization, Resistance to 248
  • Industrialization and Change 252
  • Industrialization in Appalachia 256
  • Industrialization in the Piedmont 259
  • Military and Economy 263
  • New South Myth 266
  • Sunbelt South 269
  • Airline Industry 273
  • Atlanta as Commercial Center 274
  • Automobile Industry 275
  • Banking 278
  • Bulldozer Revolution 283
  • Casino Gambling 284
  • Coal Mining 286
  • Coca-Cola 289
  • De Bow’s Review 290
  • Delta Airlines 291
  • Duke, James B. (1856–1925) Businessman and Philanthropist 293
  • Flagler, Henry (1830–1913) Entrepreneur 295
  • Foreign Industry 296
  • Furniture Industry 298
  • Grady, Henry W. (1850–1889) Newspaper Editor 299
  • Gregg, William (1800–1867) Businessman 300
  • Insurance 301
  • Liquor Industry 303
  • Mobile Home Industry 305
  • Music Industry 307
  • Naval Stores 309
  • Nuclear Industry 311
  • Oil Industry 313
  • Radio Industry 314
  • Railroad Industry 317
  • Research Triangle Park 319
  • Savannah River Site 320
  • Southern Growth Policies Board 321
  • Textile Industry 323
  • Timber Industry 325
  • Tobacco Industry 327
  • Trucking Industry 329
  • Wal-Mart 330
  • Walton, Sam M. (1918–1992) Businessman 332
  • Index of Contributors 335
  • Index 337
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