Tombee: Portrait of a Cotton Planter

With the Journal of Thomas B. Chaplin (1822-1890)
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History: American, Slaveholders, History, U.S. History - Antebellum Period (1840-1860), History - General History, Saint Helena Island, Plantation life, General, Chaplin, Thomas Benjamin, Chaplin, Thomas Benjamin,, South Carolina, 1822-1890, 19th century, Cotton trade, Di
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ISBN 100688116094
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Tombee was an unlucky slave owner and cotton planter on St. Helena Island, South Carolina. His real name was Thomas B. Chaplin, and we know him because of his plantation journal, kept between and The fascination of this journal is enhanced by notes that Chaplin added periodically afterbringing the lives of his characters up-to Cited by: 4.

Tombee was an unlucky slave owner and cotton planter on St. Helena Island, South Carolina. His real name was Thomas B. Chaplin, and we know him because of his plantation journal, kept between and The fascination of this journal is enhanced by notes that Chaplin added periodically afterbringing the lives of his characters up-to /5(14).

Tombee was an unlucky slave owner and cotton planter on St. Helena Island, South Carolina. His real name was Thomas B. Chaplin, and we know him because of his plantation journal, kept between and The fascination of this journal is enhanced by notes that Chaplin added periodically afterbringing the lives of his characters up-to Cited by:   Tombee was an unlucky slave owner and cotton planter on St.

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Helena Island in South : Theodore Rosengarten. Thus, the planter is at a high disadvantage. The ordinary ones, such as Tombee are a prime example. I am in no way supporting slavery. I will say that those of color brought to the southern states, were captured and aold back in AFRICA by their own kind.

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Chaplin as a friend. Why or why not. What is your evaluation of the extended introduction that Rosengarten provides before Chaplin’s edited diary. Tombee: Portrait of a Cotton Planter, which won the National Book Critics Circle Award for biography, is a book that recounts in a number of ways the antebellum history of Thomas B.

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By Theodore Rosengarten. Morrow. $ Even now, after a century and hundreds of studies, we can draw no coherent picture of the slaveholders of the Old South. Instead, our images are kaleidoscopic, fragmentary, contradictory.

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2 copies; Rehearsal for reconstruction 1 copy. It is a pioneering work of oral history and was awarded the National Book Award for contemporary affairs in InRosengarten published Tombee: Portrait of a Cotton Planter, the biography and annotated diary of an ante-bellum cotton planter from South Carolina.

Dr.Tombee: portrait of a cotton planter by Theodore Rosengarten (Book) 11 editions published between and in English and held by 1, WorldCat member libraries worldwide. “All God’s Dangers,” a sharecropper’s story that won a National Book Award instill rings true 40 years later.

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