Sugar, Planters, Slaves, And Convicts
- Publish Date: 2006-07-25
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Joan Few
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Sugar, Planters, Slaves, and Convicts: The History and Archaeology of The Lake Jackson Plantation in Brazoria County Texas, is about the first industry in Texas, sugar; the remarkable Jackson family who built one of the largest sugar empires in Texas; the slaves, whose labor and knowledge produced the sugar; and the convicts that replaced them after the Civil War. A pod cast with lectures on each chapter and additional photographs, serves as a companion to this book.
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