Variables: Name (Owner|Agent|Manager of the Farm), Improved Acres of Land, Unimproved Acres of Land, Cash Value of Farm, Value of farming Implements and Machinery, Horses, Asses and Mules, Milch Cows, Working Oxen, Other Cattle, Sheep, Swine, Value of Live Stock, Wheat (bushels), Rye (bushels), Indian Corn (bushels), Oats (bushels), Rice (lbs.), Tobacco (lbs.), Ginned Cotton (bales of 400 lbs. each), Wool (lbs.), Peas & Beans (bushels), Irish Potatoes (bushels), Sweet Potatoes (bushels), Barley (bushels), Buckwheat (bushels), Value of Orchard Products (dollars), Wine (gallons), Value of Produce of Market Gardens, Butter (lbs.), Cheese (lbs.), Hay (tons), Clover Seed (bushels), Other Grass Seeds (bushels), Hops (lbs.), Hemp - Dew Rotted (tons), Hemp - Water Rotted (tons), Flax (lbs.), Flaxseed (bushels), Silk Cocoons (lbs.), Maple Sugar (lbs.), Cane Sugar (hhds. of 1000 lbs.), Molasses (gallons), Beeswax and Honey (lbs.), Value of Home-made Manufactures, Value of Animals slaughtered
Date Range: (-. Census was in 1850. CMS cannot handle that date.)
Dataset Creators/Authors: Giesen, James C.
Contact: James C. Giesen, Department of History, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS 39762. JGiesen@history.msstate.edu
census data, land use, agriculture
XML is in ISO-19115 geographic metadata format, compatible with ESRI Geoportal Server.
Giesen, James C, 2015, 1850 Agriculture Census of Union County, South Carolina, https://nicholas.duke.edu/cczo/data/ag-census-union-co-sc-1850.xlsx
Giesen, James C. (). "CZO Dataset: Union County, SC - Land Use History () - Agriculture Census." Retrieved 19 Feb 2019, from http://criticalzone.org/national/data/dataset/4665/
(xlsx) Data Level 1
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