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41 images with subject African Americans--Women--South Carolina--Georgetown County.

  • Aphrodite spread a quilt and deposited the party upon it. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "Chaney." From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Chloe is devoted to the chicks--feeds them every two hours. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Chloe was a great success at the North. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Day after day I met Judy coming out of her patch. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "Eh, eh, I yere say yu cry 'bout chicken." From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "En de 'omans mek answer en say: 'No, ma'am; we neber steal none.'" From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Fanning and pounding rice for household use. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "The girls shuffled the rice about with their feet until it was clayed." From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • I got Chloe off to make a visit to her daughter. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Had Eva to sow by hand a little of the inoculated seed. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Her husband brought her in an ox cart. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • His wife was very stirring. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • The hoe they consider purely a feminine implement. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • How to lay the breakfast table. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • I took Chloe to Casa Bianca to serve luncheon. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • In the field -- sowing. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "It is tied into sheaves, which the negroes do very skilfully, with a wisp of the rice itself." From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Joy unspeakable. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "Miss Patience, le' me len' yer de money." From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • My little brown maid Patty is a new acquisition and a great comfort, for she is very bright. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Near the bridge two negro women are fishing. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "Old Florinda, the plantation nurse." From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "Old Maum Mary came to bring me a present of sweet potatoes." From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • One or two hands in the barn-yard. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Pallas. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Patty came in. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "Patty en Dab en me all bin a eat." From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "Plat eye!" From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Pounding rice. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • A request from Wishy's mother, Annette, for something to stop bleeding. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • She picked her usual thirty-five pounds alone. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • She promised not to war any more. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • She was a simple, faithful soul--always diligent. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • The sheaves are beaten with flails. [Frontispiece Image] From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Sol's wife, Aphrodite, is a specimen of maternal health and vigor. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "The field with its picturesque workers." From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "Then he could talk a-plenty." From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • To-day the hands are "toting" the rice into the flats. From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • "A very large black hat." From A Woman Rice Planter.


  • Winnowing house for preparation of seed rice. From A Woman Rice Planter.