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The Soil of the South

The Soil of the South was "a monthly journal devoted to agriculture, horticulture, and the general planting interests of the South", published in the American South prior to the Civil War.

Publication History

The Soil of the South began in 1851 and ran until 1857, when it merged with The American Cotton Planter to form The American Cotton Planter and Soil of the South. (Issues of those periodicals are listed separately.)

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