Plantation societies, race relations, and the South : the regimentation of populations : selected papers of Edgar T. Thompson.Material type: TextPublisher: Durham, N.C. : Duke University Press, 1975Description: xv, 407 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0822303361; 9780822303367.Subject(s): Plantation life -- Southern States | Slavery -- United States | Southern States -- Social conditions | Southern States -- Race relationsAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Plantation societies, race relations, and the South.DDC classification: 309.1/75 Other classification: 71.62
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -407).
The plantation: background and definition.--Mines and plantations and the movements of peoples.--Comparative education in colonial areas, with special reference to plantation and mission frontiers.--The climatic theory of the plantation.--The plantation: the physical basis of traditional race relations.--The plantation as a race-making situation.--Language and race relations.--The idea of race and the race problem.--Race in the modern world.--School desegregation.--The "little races."--Sociology and sociological research in the South.--The planter in the pattern of race relations in the South.--The natural history of agricultural labor in the South.--Purpose and tradition in Southern rural society.--The South and the second emancipation.--The South in old and new contexts.--God and the Southern plantation system.