Landscapes of Reform: The Material Culture of the New Deal in Manchester, South Carolina, 1934-45
Author(s): Al Hester
This is a class paper on the history of land reform during the New Deal. The author explores the effect of the creation of state and national parks, new farming communities, and forestry demonstration projects. The rural landscape was altered by these reforms and the paper explores the impact of the land reform on rural South Carolina.
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Landscapes of Reform: The Material Culture of the New Deal in Manchester, South Carolina, 1934-45. Al Hester. Masters Thesis. University of South Carolina, History. 1996 ( tDAR id: 381365) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8125TKP
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Historic Background Research
Calendar Date: 1934 to 1945
min long: -80.589; min lat: 33.714 ; max long: -80.283; max lat: 34.004 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Contact(s): Shaw Air Force Base
General Note: This is not a Masters thesis but rather a graduate level course paper.
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