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James Monroe Smith; Georgia planter, before death and after

Coulter, E. Merton

James Monroe Smith; Georgia planter, before death and after

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Published by University of Georgia Press in Athens .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Smith, James Monroe, -- 1839-1915

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 271-279

    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 294 p.
    Number of Pages294
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14626825M


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James Monroe Smith; Georgia planter, before death and after by Coulter, E. Merton Download PDF EPUB FB2

James Monroe Smith: Georgia Planter, Before Death and After Hardcover – September 9, by E. Merton Coulter (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating4/4(1). James Monroe Smith: Georgia Planter, Before Death and After by E. Merton Coulter The colorful career of Smith, a bachelor, did not end with his death but was kept alive in numerous claims and counter-claims in the settling of his estate.

he left behind amostly finished memoir, a book on which he had been working for the last decadeAuthor: E. Merton Coulter. Few men in the history of Georgia have come down to the present in hearsay and folklore as profusely and as controversially as has James Monroe Smith, who became a millionaire farmer around the turn of the twentieth century.

He was born near Washington, Georgia, in and died on his plantation a few miles from Athens in Smith’s plantation “Smithonia” was measured in terms of.

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Athens, University of Georgia Press [] (OCoLC) Named Person: James Monroe Smith; James Monroe Smith: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E Merton Coulter. James Monroe Smith began farming in Oglethorpe County, Georgia, in At his death, inhe owned a thirty-mile square plantation devoted to diversified agriculture.

Although the plantation was a profitable operation, Smith built his large fortune mainly by speculation and trading. His purchases and resales of convict labour also added to his : E. Merton Coulter. Smithonia was the home of James Monroe Smith, one of Georgia's most successful and innovative farmers.

Smith was born inthe son of a middle-class farmer. He was an extremely intelligent and ambitious boy, who worked his way through Hiwassee College and studied law, but it was peddling and trading that gave him.

As soon as the Civil War was over years ago-James Monroe Smith started digging in the dirt. With one mule, he began turning Northeast Georgia red clay. And when his crops were in the barn, he hitched that same mule to a peddler’s wagon to sell tinware.

In time, Smith’s vision, guts and hard work paid off. James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After by E. Merton Coulter (pp. ) Review by: Judson C. Ward, Jr. Few men in the history of Georgia have come down to the present in hearsay and folklore as profusely and as controversially as has James Monroe Smith, who became a millionaire farmer around the turn of the twentieth century.

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Merton Coulter, circa Private Train on Smith's Property Credits. This page was last revised on J It was originally submitted. James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter Before Death and After By E. Merton Coulter (, reprintedUniversity of Georgia Press).

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Scope and Content Note. The collection consists of some business papers and legal records of James Monroe Smith. The papers are concened mostly with a lawsuit against Cowan, Usry & Co., of Worth County, Georgia, and a suit contesting the disposition of the estate of Smith, who died intestate.

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He was really big land owner on Smithonia located in Madison County and Oglethorpe County Ga. I was wondering if he is an ancestor of mine. Died 12/19/ Ga. My great grandfather. James Monroe Smith was born in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia on March 7, to Thomas Wright Smith and Julia Ann Cantrell.

He had seven siblings: William Erastus Smith, John Wooten Smith, George Thomas Smith, Andrew W. Smith, Absalom Alonzo "Abb" Smith, Minnie E. Smith and Sarah M.A. "Mattie" Smith. His paternal grandparents were Absalom Smith and Elizabeth. Description: In October, seven of the leading historical societies of the Mississippi Valley were invited to Lincoln, Nebraska "for the purpose of considering plans for effecting a permanent organization for the advancement of historical research and the collection and conservation of material in these western States." The result was the formation of the Mississippi Valley Historical.

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Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, Olmsted, Frederick Law. Smith Plantation of Brent, Georgia. Swedish Soprano Inspires Voice and Piano Lessons to Smith Family of Monroe County When the Swedish opera singer, Jenny Lind was brought to America by P.

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Old Petersburg and the Broad River Valley of Georgia;: their rise and decline; Planter's wants in the days of the Confederacy; The Civil War and readjustment in Kentucky. Lizzie (Elizabeth Smith Chambliss) to Wesleyan. Elizabeth, wife of Davis, died before the war.

After the death of Elizabeth, he married once again, this time to Martha Hogan, and thus acquired the Hogan plantation which was reverted back to her family at her death, according to their Marriage Contract on record in Monroe County.

On March 6,President James Monroe signs the Missouri Compromise, also known as the Compromise Bill ofinto bill attempted to. The children were buried in the family plot, and James Monroe returned to Virginia.

ByWilliam Swan Smith, t decided that he was old enough to fight, so he, too, joined the Confederates. When James Monroe heard that his son had left Cynthia, he went to his camp and promptly took him back home, administering a good whipping.

James Monroe attended the College of William and Mary and practiced law. James Monroe's family history dates back towhen Royalist Captain Andrew Monroe fled England for Virginia after King Charles I was beheaded.

The James Monroe family tree then begins in Westmoreland County, Virginia, on a acre farm that, in two generations, grew.Death of Mr. Jas M. Smith. Mr. James Monroe Smith died at his home, near the northeastern suburbs of the city recently, after an illness of a number of months.

Mr. Smith’s death was not an event unexpected by his family as he suffered from a complication of maladies from which they for some time before his death realized he could not recover.

Mr.G W. HEAD, planter and merchant, High Falls, Monroe Co., Ga., son of Dr. J. D. and Nancy H. (Underwood) Head, was born in Monroe county, Dec. 18, Mr. Head's great-grandfather emigrated from England to Georgia before the revolutionary war, during which he served in the patriot army.