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||An address given by Goodridge A. Wilson to the women and children of the members of the Spew Marrow Agricultural Club on the history of agriculture in the South and its current poor state owing to the favoritism of Northern manufacturers by the federal government at Southern agriculture's expense and reminding the listeners to honor the Confederate dead.
|General note||Title from cover.|
|General note||"Published by order of the club."--Cover.|
|General note||Some members of the club are named on page 6.|
||Gift of Margaret Worthington.