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1850 occupational census of Darlington District, South Carolina

[compiled by Horace Fraser Rudisill]
Rudisill, Horace Fraser (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
[Darlington, South Carolina] : Darlington County Historical Commission, [2000?]
28 leaves.

Notes

Title from cover.

In 1850, Darlington District included all of today's Darlington County & parts of today's Lee & Florence counties.

"This document does not include the occupations of: laborers and farmers; unmentionable, idiot and insane"--Introd., p. [1].

Listed by occupation.

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