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A native of Dixieland at work on a turpentine plantation, a major industry in the south.
Asheville Post Card Co.
Black Americana postcard entitled "A native of Dixieland at work on a turpentine plantation, a major industry in the south". It is numbered "D-547" and "E-742B" in the front. Back has printed text "Published by the Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N. C.". The card is postally unused.
Plantation workers -- Plantation life -- Southern States -- Blacks -- African Americans -- Collectibles -- Dixieland -- Black Americana
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"A native of Dixieland at work on a turpentine plantation." (1900). African American Legacy: The Carol Mundy Collection – Images. 75.