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INDUSTRIAL RESOURCES, ETC.,
SOUTHERN AND WESTERN STATES:
EMBRACING A VIEW OF THEIR
COMMERCE, AGRICULTURE, MANUFACTURES, INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS,
SLAVE AND FREE LABOR, SLAVERY INSTITUTIONS,
PRODUCTS, ETC., OF THE SOUTH,
HISTORICAL AND STATISTICAL SKETCIIES OF THE DIFFERENT STATES AND CITIES OF
THE UNION-STATISTICS OF THE UNITED STATES COMMERCE AND MANUFACTURES, FROM THE EARLIEST PERIODS, COMPARED WITH OTHER LEADING POWERS-THE RESULTS OF THE DIFFERENT CENSUS RETURNS SINCE 1790, AND RETURNS OF THE CENSUS OF 1850, ON POPULATION, AGRICULTURE AND GENERAL INDUSTRY, ETC.,
WITH AN APPENDIX.
IN THREE VOLUMES.
BY J. D. B. DE BOW,
PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, ETC., IN THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA.
PUBLISHED AT THE OFFICE OF DE BOW'S REVIEW,
MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE, NEW-ORLEANS;
The two opening papers in the volume, upon Southern Direct Trade and Commerce, are from the pen of Lieut. M. F. Maury; the one on Southern Industry is by Gov. Hammond; those on the Future of the South and Southern Industry are by Thos. P. Kettell; The South's Position in the Union was contributed by Dr. Cartwright; South, How Affected by her Slave Institutions, by D. J. McCord ; South, Value of Life in, by Dr. J. C. Nott; South Carolina Capabilities, Gov. Seabrook ; the two papers on Sugar, pp. 195, 207, are by J. P. Benjamin ; that on Turpentine, page 350, by Edwin Heriot; on United States Immigration, by J. B. Auld; on Virginia, by R. G. Barnwell.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1852, by J. D. B. De Bow, in the Clerk's Office
of the District Court of the United States.
INDEX TO VOL. III.
SOUTH AND THE UNION-Resources and Wealth of the South, and What she has Con-
tributed to the Growth of the Nation........
1 of F. Elmore...
TEA CULTURE IN THE SOUTH...............
Tariffs- Internal Improvements, &c., Copy-right and Patent-right.-.....
APPENDIX--Canadian Commerce, 551_Cuba Trade, 551-Coast Trade of Pennsylvania, 552-Commerce