4 edition of Southern Cultivator; Volume 16 found in the catalog.
Content [ ] The primary readership of the journal was Southern planters. James Camak developed the Southern Cultivator. " Moreover, author 1823-1906 had a monthly column in the journal.
253 also obscured some text. Southern cultivator and Dixie farmer Frequency Monthly Former frequency• Cattle for the South, Negro Slavery, What Shall be Done with the Contrabands, Virginia War Whiskey. Harrison, also served as the publisher of Arp's books, the Southern Cultivator' also ran advertisements for those books. Reproduction of the original from the American Antiquarian Society.
As the journal publisher, J.
In 1864, the editors are listed as Redmond and White. Place of publication: Athens, Ga. 0 Page-progression lr Pages 630 Ppi 300 Scandate 20110127183704 Scanner scribe1.
Jones] Notes "A monthly journal, devoted to the interests of Southern agriculture; designed to improve the mind, and elevate the character of the tillers of the soil, and to introduce a more enlightened system of culture.
" Description based on: Vol.
However, it also published articles about politics, education and literature.
" It moved to Athens after the war, and then to Atlanta, changing its frequency of issue, absorbing a number of other farm journals, and adding the title of one of them, the Dixie farmer, to its own in 1882.
5 Language English Identifiers LCCN: sc 83002253 NAL: 6 So84 OCLC: 2450713 Volumes.