Sugar, Planters, Slaves, and Convicts
Sugar, Planters, Slaves, and Convicts by Joan Few
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

An overview on the mechanics of antebellum sugar plantation and milling operations along the Brazos River. Joan Few has demonstrated how the archeological record speaks volumes about 19th century life and culture in the absence of site-specific written or oral histories. My one complaint is that I could not access the podcast lectures (outdated links maybe?) If anyone reads this and knows how to tap into them, please fill me in!

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