Sixteenth census of the United States: 1940. Agriculture. Crop-sharing contracts.

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StatementPrepared by James H. Graves. Memorandum regarding legal relations and rights of parties when land owned by one is cultivated by the other under agreement to share the crops. The memorandum embraces 14 southern states. (Appendix section of special study - plantations) Prepared under the general supervision of Zellmer R. Pettet.
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