Georgia Plantation Records
This collection consists of the business records of Georgia Plantation (Assumption Parish, La.), including correspondence, account books, reports, payroll ledgers, store ledgers, financial records, notes, catalogs, and ephemera. The records pertain predominantly to the cultivation and harvesting of sugar cane on Georgia Plantation, as well as associated topics such as labor, wartime agricultural production, and the Blanchard family of Assumption Parish.
- circa 1890-1945
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Georgia Plantation was a sugar plantation located in Assumption Parish, Louisiana. Its location is given as either Tallieu, Louisiana or Labadieville, Louisiana. The plantation was owned and operated by members of the Blanchard family.
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- Blanchard, Albert Jules
- Georgia Plantation (Labadieville, La.)
- Louisiana -- Economic conditions.
- Sugar -- Manufacture and refining -- Louisiana -- Assumption Parish.
- Sugar plantations -- Louisiana -- Assumption Parish.
- Sugarcane -- Louisiana -- Assumption Parish.
- World War, 1914-1918.
- World War, 1939-1945