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A sketch of the tobacco interests in North Carolina an account of the culture, handling and manufacture of the staple : together with some information respecting the principal farmers, manufacturing establishments and warehouses, with statistics exhibiting the growth of tobacco in the western counties, and also in the other tobacco producing regions of the state, as shown by comparison of the crop of 1880 with those of preceding years by J. D. Cameron

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Published by W.A. Davis & Co. in Oxford, N.C .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Tobacco industry,
  • Warehouses,
  • Tobacco

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby J.D. Cameron
The Physical Object
Pagination130 p. ;
Number of Pages130
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25412450M

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North Carolina Tobacco: A History [Yeargin, Billy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. North Carolina Tobacco: A HistoryReviews: 5. North Carolina Tobacco book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The days when rural life revolved around tobacco planting and harve /5(1).   A Sketch of the Tobacco Interests in North Carolina. Oxford (NC): W. A. Davis & Co., Brown's Warehouse In , Mr. T. J. Brown was encouraged by the increasing cultivation of tobacco in this section to venture upon the enterprise of opening a warehouse in Winston, which he did in an old barn of small size, 30x40 feet.   North Carolina's tobacco history comes alive in this selection of remembrances from Billy Yeargin and others born and bred in the American tobacco culture. When early settlers struggled to grow anything at all in North Carolina's sandy soil, tobacco was a s: 4.

Whether you're enchanted or just interested in the history of this important cash crop in North Carolina, Cameron's guide, A Sketch of Tobacco Interests in North Carolina () offers a vivid introduction. In this Sketch, Cameron celebrates tobacco's role in the Tar Heel state both as an agricultural staple and a manufactured item.   Billy Yeargin is the author of North Carolina Tobacco and Remembering North Carolina Tobacco. During his career in the tobacco industry, he has held various leadership positions in tobacco growers' and sweet potato growers' organizations. He is a member of the board of directors for the North Carolina State Capital Preservation Society and the Reviews: 5. References. Green Leaf and Gold: Tobacco in North Carolina, James E. Brooks (); Agriculture in North Carolina Before the Civil War, Cornelius O. Cathey (); When the Past Refused to Die--A History of Caswell County, North Carolina , William S. Powell (); Improving Low Incomes on Tobacco Farms, Caswell County, North Carolina, Robert E. Graham, Jr. (). cotton gin and a large store there. He sold his interest, including a large tract of land and valuable water power to John M. Morehead, and in , Morehead built the Leaksville Cotton Mill. In later years Morehead became Governor of North Carolina and one of the South's most distinguished statesmen and outstanding financiers.