J. Carlyle Sitterson

J. Carlyle Sitterson is the author of Secession Movement in North Carolina (1939), Sugar Country (1957), and articles on Southern plantations, and editor of Studies in Southern History (1951). He was Professor of History and Dean of the College of Arts’ and Sciences, University of North Carolina.

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Cover: An Essay on Calcareous ManuresAn Essay on Calcareous ManuresRuffin, Edmund
Sitterson, J. Carlyle
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