Title: Through Some Eventful Years [A companions piece to The Negro of the Old South]
Author: Susan Bradford Eppes (Mrs. Nicholas Ware Eppes)
Description: Inscribed by author on front free endpaper: ''Presented to / Mamie Goff / by author''. First Edition. Blue cloth with gilt lettering on spine and front cover. A bit spine cocked. Boards and spine show some spots of soiling and light wear. A few pages have spots of soiling, else interior is generally clean. Four plates with color illustrations, including frontispiece. pp. 378.
The author, Susan Branch Bradford Eppes (1848-1942), was born and reared at the Pine Hill Plantation in Leon County, Florida. (The plantation has been established in about the year 1830 by her father Edward Bradford.) In this companion piece to her previous book, The Negro of the Old South, she provides a personal memoir describing the years 1850 and 1866 which draws heavily on the diary which she kept through those years.
Condition: Very Good–
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: Press of the J. W. Burke Company
Place: Macon, Georgia
Keywords: Pine Hill Plantation, Leon County, Florida, history, Civil War, Old South, Reconstruction, memoir, autobiography, Edward Bradford, plantation life, Southern states,
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