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17 images with subject African Americans--Men--South Carolina--Georgetown County.

  • Bonaparte. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Elihu was a splendid boatman. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Gibbie and the oxen. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Green thought it was folly and fussiness. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Her husband brought her in an ox cart. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "I read tell de kumfut kum to me." From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • I saw a raft of very fine poplar logs being made. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "It is tied into sheaves, which the negroes do very skilfully, with a wisp of the rice itself." From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "Jus' shinin' um up wid de knife-brick." From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Marcus began work on the breaks. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "Myself, ma'am, bin most stupid." From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • One or two hands in the barn-yard. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • [Illustration] From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • The rice fields looked like a great lake. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "The Ferry." From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • The yearly pow-wow at Casa Bianca. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "Then he could talk a-plenty." From A Woman Rice Planter.