Sandy Island plantation journal page documenting the maintenance of rice field drains, the planting of rice, and the hiring out of “Mrs. Keith's Billey,” an enslaved man who arrived from Laurel Hill Plantation.
Result found on the following page of: Sandy Island Plantation Journal, Volume 1, 1792
This is a Sandy Island plantation journal written inside of The South Carolina and Georgia Almanac for the year 1792. The plantation journal documents the planting of crops (rice, corns, and potatoes), the maintenance of ditches and drains, slave records, complications with the hiring of an overseer, livestock, and business relations with Laurel Hill Plantation.