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Map of state land tract, Greene Co. / done pursuant to law, Simeon DeWitt, Surveyor Gen'l.

Map of Greene County, Ohio /

Snedecor's map of Greene County, Alabama, 1858.

Map of Greene County, N.Y. : from actual surveys /

[Map of Greene County, Va.].

Map of Greene County, Illinois /

A Thrilling scene in east Tennessee--Colonel Fry and the Union men swearing by the flag

Greene Co., Virginia /

[Map of the counties of Greene, Madison, Page, and Rockingham, and parts of the counties of Albemarle, Augusta, Culpeper, Louisa, Orange, and Rappahannock, Va.]

McConnell's map of Greene County, Pennsylvania

Rappahannock, Madison, and Greene counties, Virginia /

Circular. To the voters of Greene County. ... Dec. 11, 1869.

Map of Greene County, Virginia /

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Jefferson, Greene County, Iowa

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Greenfield, Greene County, Illinois

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Greensboro, Greene County, Georgia

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Worthington, Greene County, Indiana

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Bloomfield, Greene County, Indiana

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Prattsville, Greene County, New York

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Greensboro, Greene County, Georgia

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Greensboro, Greene County, Georgia

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Tannersville, Greene County, New York

Waynesburg, Greene County, Pennsylvania., 1897

Waynesburg, Greene County, Pennsylvania, 1897.

Rainey's farm line map of Greene County, Pennsylvania /

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Rippey, Greene County, Iowa

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Rippey, Greene County, Iowa

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Marmaduke, Greene County, Arkansas

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Rippey, Greene County, Iowa

Colored tenant farmer taking home bags of fertilizer. Greene County, Georgia

Colored tenant farmer taking home bags of fertilizer. Greene County, Georgia

Colored tenant farmer taking home bags of fertilizer. Greene County, Georgia

Colored tenant farmer taking home bags of fertilizer. Greene County, Georgia

Negro tenant family who barely lives on the earnings of fifty dollars a year. They pay a standing rent. There are five children working; ages from seven to fourteen. The older children cultivating, the younger children hoeing and chopping. Eutaw, Alabama

Alabama plow girl. Near Eutaw, Alabama

Hoeing. Alabama negro tenant farmer and part of his family. Eutaw, Alabama

Plough boy sitting on fence after a day's work. Eutaw, Alabama

Alabama plow girl. Near Eutaw, Alabama

Alabama Negro working in field near Eutaw, Alabama

Negro tenant family who barely lives on the earnings of fifty dollars a year. They pay a standing rent. There are five children working; ages from seven to fourteen. The older children cultivating, the younger children hoeing and chopping. Eutaw, Alabama

Hoe culture in the South. Near Eutaw, Alabama

Plough boy sitting on fence after a day's work. Eutaw, Alabama

Drying up corn. Near Eutaw, Alabama

Saturday afternoon in front of the courthouse. Greenville [i.e., Greeneville], Tennessee

Alabama Negro working in field near Eutaw, Alabama

Drying up corn near Eutaw, Alabama

Saturday afternoon in front of the courthouse. Greenville [i.e., Greeneville], Tennessee

Hoe culture in the South. Near Eutaw, Alabama

Hoeing. Alabama negro tenant farmer and part of his family. Eutaw, Alabama

Drying up corn near Eutaw, Alabama

Drying up corn. Near Eutaw, Alabama

Abandoned coaches and wagons behind the old blacksmith shop on the Wray Plantation. Greene County, Georgia

The old plantation bell. Greene County, Georgia

Home of farmer who has raised cotton for fifty years on his own land. Greene County, Georgia

Interior of a plantation house now vacant but for two rooms occupied by an old Negro couple, tenants. Greene County, Georgia

Abandoned coaches and wagons behind the old blacksmith shop on the Wray Plantation. Greene County, Georgia

Farmer who has just moved into impoverished Greene County, Georgia from the Georgia hills

Tenant family with six children who are rural rehabilitation clients of the Farm Security Administration. Greene County, Georgia

Home of a Greene County, Georgia, fieldhand

Ex-slave and wife who live in a decaying plantation house. Greene County, Georgia

What was once the "Big House" is now occupied by a family of white tenants who live in part of the crumbling mansion and farm a small piece of the nearby eroding fields. Greene County, Georgia

Antebellum plantation house. Greene County, Georgia

Home of farmer who has raised cotton for fifty years on his own land. Greene County, Georgia

Antebellum plantation house in Greene County, Georgia

Aged cotton farmer, Greene County, Georgia. He inherited his lands which are now heavily mortgaged

Interior of plantation house now vacant but for two rooms occupied by an old Negro couple. Negro tenants, Greene County, Georgia

Plantation house where the Wray family has lived for generations. A cotton plantation of 2700 acres, employing fifty tenant families in 1918 and seven tenant families in 1937. Greene County, Georgia

Southern lady of the old school on the veranda of the "Big House" of the Wray Plantation, Georgia

This man was born a slave in Greene County, Georgia

Land cut over by lumber company and not replanted. Greene County, Georgia

Aged cotton farmer, Greene County, Georgia. He inherited his lands which are now heavily mortgaged

Tenant family with six children who are rural rehabilitation clients of the Farm Security Administration. Greene County, Georgia

Cotton sharecroppers. Greene County, Georgia. They produce little, sell little, buy little

Wife of cotton farmer. Greene County, Georgia

Negroes who own land in Greene County, Georgia

Eroding field and fence. Greene County, Georgia

Antebellum plantation. Greene County, Georgia

A plantation house decaying and now vacant but for two rooms occupied by an old couple, Negro tenants. Greene County, Georgia

Home of Negro landowner, Greene County, Georgia. This man has owned his land since 1913. He has raised ten children here

The tree roots show how the land has been washed away on this old plantation. Wray Plantation, Greene County, Georgia

The cotton sharecropper's unit is one mule and the land he can cultivate with a one-horse plow. Greene County, Georgia

A plantation house decaying and now vacant but for two rooms occupied by an old couple, Negro tenants. Greene County, Georgia

Southern lady of the old school on veranda of the "Big House" at the Wray Plantation, Georgia

Decaying antebellum plantation. Greene County, Georgia

Home of farmer who has raised cotton for fifty years on his own land. Greene County, Georgia

Antebellum plantation house in Greene County, Georgia

Eroding field and fence. Greene County, Georgia

Aged cotton farmer, Greene County, Georgia. He inherited his lands which are now heavily mortgaged

Typical owner-operated small farm of Greene County, Georgia

Erosion. Greene County, Georgia

Washing facilities on a Greene County, Georgia, tenant farm

Tenant family with six children who are rural rehabilitation clients of the Farm Security Administration. Greene County, Georgia

Home of farmer who has raised cotton for fifty years on his own land. Greene County, Georgia

Decaying antebellum plantation house in Greene County, Georgia

Interior of plantation house now vacant but for two rooms occupied by an old Negro couple. Negro tenants, Greene County, Georgia

Southern lady on the veranda of the "Big House" at the Wray Plantation, Georgia

Cotton sharecroppers. Greene County, Georgia. They produce little, sell little, buy little

What was once the "Big House" is now occupied by a family of white tenants who live in part of the crumbling mansion and farm a small piece of the nearby eroding fields. Greene County, Georgia

Southern lady of the old school on veranda of the "Big House" at the Wray Plantation, Georgia

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