Handicrafts were taught in the days of slavery on most well-managed plantations
He had farmed savages and savagery, and from fever and hardship, the crack of Sniders and the lash of the overseers, had wrested five millions of money in the form of bˆche-de-mer, sandalwood, pearl-shell and turtle-shell, ivory nuts and copra, grasslands, trading stations, and plantations
I told him I had good reason not to go there to live, because if his plantations
were worth so much there, I had not a fortune suitable to a gentleman of #1200 a year, as he said his estate would be.
Seems like we might have some good old plantation
However, the wilderness was wide enough; so Roger Williams took his staff and travelled into the forest and made treaties with the Indians, and began a plantation
which he called Providence.
She died on the last plantation
two months ago, and she died once before that when you were working for me last year," said the planter, who knew something of the ways of nativedom.
An hour later, after nightfall, he repassed the plantation
, going northward in the direction from which he had come.
I had a plantation
on the peninsula, and I wanted a white overseer.
For that most dreaded of Solomon Island scourges, dysentery, had struck Berande plantation
, and he was all alone to cope with it.
Mister Haggin" was the sound Jerry had always heard uttered by Bob, the clerk, and by Derby, the foreman on the plantation
, when they addressed his master.
On the road leading north from Manchester, in eastern Kentucky, to Booneville, twenty miles away, stood, in 1862, a wooden plantation
house of a somewhat better quality than most of the dwellings in that region.
We walked through the shadowy plantation