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Yeomen, sharecroppers, and Socialists [electronic resource] : plain folk protest in Texas, 1870-1914 / Kyle G. Wilkison.

By: Wilkison, Kyle Grant, 1960-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Elma Dill Russell Spencer series in the West and Southwest: no. 30.Publisher: College Station : Texas A & M University Press, c2008Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 online resource (x, 297 p.).ISBN: 9781603444132 (electronic bk.); 1603444130 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Rural poor -- Texas -- Hunt County | Rural poor -- Texas -- Hunt County -- Social conditions -- 19th century | Rural poor -- Texas -- Hunt County -- Social conditions -- 20th century | Group identity -- Texas -- Case studies | Land tenure -- Texas | Farm tenancy -- Economic aspects -- Texas | Hunt County (Tex.) -- Rural conditions | Religion and culture -- Texas | Texas -- Politics and government -- 1865-1950 | Agriculture and politics -- Texas | Landbev�olkerung | Armut | Soziale Situation | Texas | contestation politique -- pauvre -- soci�et�e rurale -- Texas (Etats-Unis) -- 19e s. (fin) / 20e s. (d�ebut) | fermier -- paysan -- socialisme -- Texas (Etats-Unis) -- 19e s. (fin) / 20e s. (d�ebut) | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / RuralGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Yeomen, sharecroppers, and Socialists.DDC classification: 307.72086/94209764272 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Introduction -- From homeplace to no place: the changing Texas economy, 1870-1910 -- Farmers and wealth distribution in Hunt County, Texas, 1870-1910 -- "A legitimate and useful life": family, work, and community -- "The same class of people": cohesion and conflict -- "The land shall not be sold forever": land and God in 1910s Texas -- "Whose planet is this anyway?": land and the politics of dissent -- Conclusion -- Appendix A. Tables for Chapter 2 -- Appendix B. Tables for Chapter 3 -- Appendix C. Methods for Chapter 3 -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [271]-287) and index.

Introduction -- From homeplace to no place: the changing Texas economy, 1870-1910 -- Farmers and wealth distribution in Hunt County, Texas, 1870-1910 -- "A legitimate and useful life": family, work, and community -- "The same class of people": cohesion and conflict -- "The land shall not be sold forever": land and God in 1910s Texas -- "Whose planet is this anyway?": land and the politics of dissent -- Conclusion -- Appendix A. Tables for Chapter 2 -- Appendix B. Tables for Chapter 3 -- Appendix C. Methods for Chapter 3 -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.

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