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The Darien Journal Of John Girardeau Legare, Ricegrower

In 1877, John Girardeau Legare of Adams Run, South Carolina, arrived in Darien on the Georgia tidewater. Legare managed Darien-area rice plantations, first at Generals Island, then at Champneys. Nearby was Butler’s Island, made famous by Fanny Kemble Butler in her antebellum Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation. Legare also served as the clerk of the city of Darien during the first thre...

Hardcover: 168 pages
Publisher: University of Georgia Press; Revised ed. edition (June 15, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0820335606
ISBN-13: 978-0820335605
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 3985547
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decades of the twentieth century, maintaining detailed records of public business and documenting local commercial and civic affairs.Almost to the day of his death in 1932, Legare kept a journal containing his observations and commentary on the development of Darien as a center for timber exports and the gradual decline of the rice industry. South Carolina and Georgia led the world in rice production in the mid-nineteenth century, and Legare’s detailed accounts of planting and management provide one of the outstanding contemporary sources for what was becoming a vanishing way of life in tidewater Georgia.Legare’s journals are a microcosmic history of Darien and its environs during a time that was perhaps the most compelling in the town’s history. The industrial development of Darien in the postbellum era was the essence of Henry Grady’s vision of the progressive New South, a factor not lost on Legare. He reflects on the difficulties associated with rice planting; Darien’s soaring, then plummeting, fortunes with yellow pine timber; prominent community members; and the development of local railroads. Legare records these developments against the larger backdrop of America, as his journal contains many observations on contemporary national events.Buddy Sullivan has placed the Journal in context with an introduction and comprehensive endnotes identifying the people and events referred to by Legare. There is also considerable African American history in the volume, as reflected both in Legare’s writings and in the editor’s introduction and supplementary notes.