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A Kind of Fate: Agricultural Change in Virginia, 1861-1920

A Kind of Fate: Agricultural Change in Virginia, 1861-1920
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Author G. Terry Sharrer
Publisher Purdue university press
Published Date 2012-02-27
ISBN-10 1557532842
ISBN-13 9781557532848
Binding Spiral bound
Product Dimensions 8.76 x 6.78 x 1.04 inches
Pages 256
Rs. 7,000.00
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A Kind Of Fate: Agricultural Change In Virginia, 1861-1920 surveys farming in Virginia through the experiences of Jacob Manning and his son James. We read about their individual struggles, the impact of the Civil War, contrasts between farming and country life, Jacob having to farm through the harsh times of the Civil War, his son James farming experiences during a post-war time of rising prosperity. Author Terry Sharrer (curator of health sciences at the Smithsonian Institutions, Washington, D.C.) focuses on the changes in agriculture and its shift from crop-focused to livestock-dominated farming.

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