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The southern country store, 1800-1860,

Author: Lewis E Atherton
Publisher: New York, Greenwood Press [1968, ©1949]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book is a thoroughgoing analysis of the southern store and the various economic functions it performed as a vital part of petty-capitalist southern civilization. The factorage system centered in the coastal cities is examined, followed by the typical interior store, which supplied a wide variety of merchandise, collected and marketing farm products, and furnished credit and exchange. The book demonstrates the  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Atherton, Lewis E., 1905-1989.
Southern country store, 1800-1860.
New York, Greenwood Press [1968, ©1949]
(OCoLC)987957186
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lewis E Atherton
OCLC Number: 22841
Description: ix, 227 pages 24 cm
Contents: Southern society and its marketing needs --
The southern factor --
The southern store --
The store as a source of goods --
The store as a marketing agent for farm crops --
The store as a source of credit --
Controlling Influences in organization and policy --
The storekeeper and his place in southern society.
Responsibility: by Lewis E. Atherton.

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This book is a thoroughgoing analysis of the southern store and the various economic functions it performed as a vital part of petty-capitalist southern civilization. The factorage system centered in the coastal cities is examined, followed by the typical interior store, which supplied a wide variety of merchandise, collected and marketing farm products, and furnished credit and exchange. The book demonstrates the economic and social importance of the small farmer and the country store in ante-bellum times.

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