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Moore, Henry P.
John E. Seabrook's Wharf. Century plant. Drying cotton. [Image]
Photographs of the War of the Rebellion.
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Cotton drying on ground, tended by an African American man and woman; large plant at edge of wharf, which juts out into water, many men lounge on it.
From 'U. S. Navy. Edisto Island. Morris and Folly Islands. Fort Warren, Mass. Andersonville Prison, Miscellaneous.' photographic album, p 62 (Edisto Island).
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