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- A History of U.S. Families with a Focus on African Americans
- go to work at Franklin's. Sharecropping was estab- lished in the cotton fields of the South after the Civil War.
- Farmers Improvement Society Records 1 Descriptive Summary
- helping sharecropping African-Americans improve their lives. Smith was born in 1861 to free African-American parents in Charleston, South Carolina.
- African-American Experience in Youngstown 1940-1965 By Michael
- demise ofthe system of sharecropping. For well over a hundred years, cotton had been the South's most important crop.
Suggested Web Resources
- Sharecropping - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In settler colonies of colonial Africa, sharecropping was a feature of the agricultural life.
- About Sharecropping
- Sharecropping Trudier Harris.
- American Experience | Fatal Flood | People & Events
- A sharecropper family stranded with few belongings Grinding poverty was not the only reason African Americans left the Delta.
- Sharecropping & "Forty Acres and a Mule" — History.com Articles
- During the Reconstruction era in the South, many African Americans were forced into a type of tenant farming known as sharecropping.
- New Georgia Encyclopedia: Sharecropping
- In 1997 the U.S. census reported just 2607 tenant farmers in Georgia, with no special classification for sharecropping.