The Coffin Almanac is an 1813 almanac repurposed as a plantation journal. The almanac includes notes relating to cotton and vegetable farming as well as mentions of traveling to locations such as Charleston, South Carolina and Savannah, Georgia. The almanac also lists the names of the enslaved people on the plantation. The names of the enslaved men are listed as: Bias, Bristol, Caesar/Long Caesar, Dick, Edmund, George, Hercules, Ishmeal, January, Jenn, Jenny, John, Mingo, Monday, Ned, Old Isaac, Old Simon, Toney/Old Toney, Will/ Old Will. Peter, Rodwell, Sam, Sampson, Sharper/Simon, Toby. The names of the enslaved women are listed as: Affey, Amy, Bella, Betty, Binah/ Old Binah, Chloe, Cynder, Deborah, Diana/ Old Diana Elsy, Hannah, Jenny/Old Jenny, Judy, Leah, Maria, Mariann/Old Mariann, Miley, Milley, Minny, Minty, Nancy, Patra, Peg, Philis, Phoebe, Rachel, Sara, Sukey, Susy, Sylva, Tamer, Tenah/Tinah. The names of the young enslaved boys are listed as: Abraham, Billy, Bristol, Butcher, Butler, Caesar, Cyrus, Daniel, Davy, Frank, Isaac, Ishmeal, Jacob, Joe, John,Kemba, Lara, Lot, Moses, Nat, Pompey, Prince, Robert, Romeo, Sambo, Smart, Toney, William. The names of the young enslaved girls are listed as: Beck, Binah, Calia, Charlotte, Daphne, Doll, Grace, Hagar, Hagar, Hetty, Juliet, Kate, Lydia, Mary, Nancy, Nanny, Nelly, Patra, Tinah.
The Coffin Almanac is an 1808 almanac repurposed as plantation journals. The almanac includes notes relating to cotton and vegetable farming and lists the names of enslaved people on the plantation. The enslaved people are listed as: Affey, Alea, Auber, Bella, Betty, Binah, Chloe, Deborah, Edmond, Elira, George, Hercules, January, John, Leah, Little Diana, Maria, Miley, Milley, Mingo, Minty, Monday, Old Diana, Old Jenny, Old Simon, Old Tinah, Patra, Peg, Peter, Phillis, Rodwell, Long Ceasar/S. Ceasar, Sampson, Sara, Shayer, Simon, Sukey, Sury, Sylva, Tener, Tinah, Toby, Toney/ L. Toney, and Yellow Will.
Published in 1785, the Tobler almanac for South Carolina and Georgia contains a Charleston City Directory and listing of the Civil Officers in South Carolina in addition to weather forecasts, planting information, tide table, household remedies, and other folklore. The almanac is 20 pages long, missing its title page, and contains one illustration concerning the anatomy of a man's body governed by the twelve constellations.