When Cotton was 14 Cents in
September 27, 1913
“over 22,000 bales of cotton were produced in
Island cotton from the West Indies was first introduced to the
the boll weevil arrived soon thereafter to destroy crops. As a result, farmers
planted less acreage, thus driving up the price of the staple crop. Ultimately, synthetic alternatives replaced
cotton markets, however in 1987 the boll weevil was
years I have collected tombstone data. My book, 30,638 Burials in
Locating ancestors in graveyards is probably the most effective means of
establishing where they resided.
.COMING SOON and available to subscribers of www.georgiapioneers.com is a new database of burials. It is alphabetical and contains thousands of names.
(Different information than published in 30,638 Burials in
Available on the website to everyone is
the ancestor tracer. It lists names of persons
and where they resided; also includes other
States. Names listed here are included in
the databases on the website. At this point,
the list is incomplete.
This is a series of databases which assists
(you) in locating online ancestors. In other
words, links to internet genealogies, and
other vital information.
Thousands of additional notes have been
added to this section. It includes everything
from deed records to biographical sketches.
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