King cotton and his retainers financing and marketing the cotton crop of the South, 1800-1925 by Harold D. Woodman

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Published by University of South Carolina Press in Columbia, S.C .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Southern States,
  • United States

Subjects:

  • Cotton trade -- Southern States -- History.,
  • Cotton trade -- United States -- History.

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Book details

Statementby Harold D. Woodman.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD9077.A13 W66 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 386 p., [8] p. of plates :
Number of Pages386
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1875732M
ISBN 100872497275
LC Control Number90035755

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“Emancipation and Empire: Reconstructing the Worldwide Web of Cotton Production in the Age of the American Civil War.”. The concept of “King Cotton” was first suggested in David Christy’s book Cotton Is King (). Convinced of the supremacy of its commodity at home and abroad, the South was confident of success if secession from the Union should lead to war.

On the floor of the U.S. Senate, Senator James H. Hammond declaimed (March 4, ): “You dare not make war upon cotton. In his book King Cotton & His Retainers, Harold Woodman provides an in-depth look at the cotton industry, which dominated the United States Southern economy for more than years.

Much of the previous research on cotton has focused on the planter and slave aspects of the Southern economy, but little work had been done on “the factors. ‘I say that cotton is king, and that he waves his scepter not only over these 33 states, but over the island of Great Britain and over continental Europe!” So thundered Senator Louis T.

King Cotton and His Retainers: Financing and Marketing the Harold D. Woodman - - ‎Preview - ‎More editions The prospects for a large crop were very great, they wrote, and therefore "we advise our friends very particularly to ship as early as possible and accept the then market prices in preference to holding on for still higher.

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Offered by BookMine Price $ Share This. Share on Facebook. The ʺlock-inʺ mechanism and overproduction of cotton in the postbellum South. Ransom, Roger, () King cotton & his retainers: financing & marketing the cotton crop of the South, Woodman, Harold D., ().

Edmund Richardson (J − Janu ) was an American entrepreneur who acquired great wealth during the midth century by producing and marketing cotton in the states of Mississippi, Louisiana, and the time of his death, he was described as the richest man in the South. King Cotton and His Retainers: Financing and Marketing the Cotton Crop of the South, (Southern Classics Series): ISBN () Hardcover, Univ of South Carolina Pr, ; King Cotton and His Retainers: Financing and Marketing the Cotton Crop of the South, ISBN ().

Woodman, Harold D. King Cotton and His Retainers: Financing and Marketing the Cotton Crop of the South, Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, Yafa, Stephen. Cotton: The Biography of a Revolutionary Fiber. New York: Viking, Clement Eaton; King Cotton & His Retainers: Financing & Marketing the Cotton Crop of the South, – By Harold D.

Woodman. (Lexington: University. King Cotton’s Crescent City Retainers: The New Orleans Cotton Exchange, 94 percent worked within two streets of the Cotton Exchange.

Edward King described a typical day in the cotton district in his book, The Great South. “Cotton is the only subject spoken of.

King Cotton and. His Retainers. By Harold D. Woodman. Lexington (University of Kentucky Press), Pp. xiv+ Illustrations, appendix, bibliographical note, index. $ Professor Woodman's study is a laudable attempt to depart from the customary polemics on the operation of the cotton.

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Fred B. McKinley and Charles Breithaupt, both of whom grew up where it all happened, present a beautifully written narrative that Reviews: 5. Harold D. Woodman [King Cotton and His Retainers] rejected the idea that the factor (and his postwar successor the furnishing merchant) deliberately held the planter in bondage and were the real.

When Cotton Was King: Meticulously researched and plotted, the novel threads the Blackstone family seamlessly through the narrative of the Civil War and the preceding conditions.

Alvin S. Yusin’s historical novel "When Cotton Was King" is a multigenerational family. Citations of the Burrus Papers also appear in Harold Woodman’s King Cotton & His Retainers: Financing & Marketing the Cotton Crops of the South, (). The Historic American Buildings Survey documented the home in as the “ Burris House.”.

Type: Book. Exact Title: Cotton is King; or, the Culture of Cotton, and its Relation to Agriculture, Manufactures and Commerce: To the free colored people; and to those who hold that slavery is in itself sinful.

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"Cotton, Corn and Risk in the Nineteenth Century," Journal of Economic History, Vol. 35, No. 3 (Sep., ), pp. – in JSTOR; References. He is best known as the author of King Cotton and His Retainers: Financing and Marketing the Cotton Crop of the South,an influential book that analyzed the role of cotton factors in the marketing of the cotton crop in the Old South and the postwar crop lien system and their impact on Southern political and social life.

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Inthe field hands on James White head's plantation in Leon County were valued at slightly less than a thousand dollars, while the cotton sold from his plantation at vari ous times throughout the year ranged from 12V2 cents to 14*4 cents a pound Incotton sold from Whitehead's plantation aver aged from ten to eleven cents a pound.

Establishing a new firm, he annually movedbales of cotton. His extensive operations earned for him the sobriquet "Cotton King," and he was a commissioner from the cotton-producing states at the Philadelphia Centennial of to observe the one-hundredth anniversary of the Declaration of Independence—an occasion widely ignored by.

His most recent book is Seeds of Empire: Cotton, Slavery, and the Transformation of the Texas Borderlands, – (University of North Carolina.

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Summary Photograph shows three African American men and one boy posed with horse-drawn wagon loaded with bales of cotton in front of the Leflore County courthouse. Created / Published ca. Subject Headings.

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