is, and has been, controversial. I think there’s an argument to be made for a government funded census. Further, if the government, as an entity, collects information– for whatever reason– that information ought to be publicly available. Amazingly, the IRS keeps pretty good records of aggregate data down to the county level. I remind you
For the umpteenth time since we took possession of the Farm, we have reconfigured the front bedroom. This is The Best. Address a few issues and then. Finished. Oh! Maybe I could move all of my Mississippi books to this space! Hummm. That bed’s from Natchez, built more than 150 years ago. I deserves a
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This entry is part 12 of 14 in the series Currier & Ives The Parting Salute From Currier & Ives Chronicles of America (1968)
This entry is part 6 of 14 in the series Currier & Ives Currier & Ives Chronicles of America (1968, p191; reproduced here from the Library of Congress archives). “A Cotton Plantation…” was first published in 1884.