The Southern States, March, 1894 An illustrated monthly magazine devoted to the South
THE Southern States. MARCH, 1894.
THE SOUTH BEFORE THE WAR.
AN AMERICAN ITALY.
LETTERS FROM NORTHERN AND WESTERN FARMERS, GIVING THEIR EXPERIENCE IN THE SOUTH—VI.
Fruit-Growing in Middle Georgia.
A Northern Man’s Observation of Southern People.
Political Opinions Not Counted.
Middle Georgia as Compared with the North and West.
From New Hampshire to North Carolina.
Fruit-Growing in Texas.
An Opinion of Arkansas After Three Years’ Trial.
A General Answer to Many Letters of Inquiry.
ITEMS ABOUT FARMS AND FARMERS
Small Farms In Florida.
Improved Methods of the Southern Farmer.
Condition of Georgia Farmers.
Texas Tobacco Growers Organize.
Profitable Rice Culture.
Fruit Growing in Louisiana.
FRUIT-GROWING POSSIBILITIES OF THE SOUTH ATLANTIC SEABOARD.
An Opportunity for Capital.
The Virginia Legislature and Immigration.
Florida’s Obligation to Mr. Disston.
How to Do It.
No Such Danger.
How to Reach Prospective Immigrants.
Work of Southern Railroads in Promoting Immigration.
The Yazoo Delta.
Alabama Farmers Invite Settlers From the North.
The Railroads and Immigration.
The Louisville & Nashville is Pushing Immigration Work.
The Texas Coast Section Filling Up.
Colonization Plans for Florida.
A Fruit-Growing Association to Locate in Texas.
The Great Work of the Mobile & Ohio.
Farmers to Organise an Immigration Society.
Immigration Bill Before the Virginia Legislature.
Real Estate News.
Baltimore’s Suburban Development.
Substantial Improvement at Atlanta.
Suburban Development at New Orleans.
Notes of Southern Progress.
Atlanta’s Proposed Exposition.
Improving the Dismal Swamp Canal.
Shipping Alabama Coal to Mexico.
Newport News Development.
Southern Coal in Chicago.
Opening Texas Coal Mines.
Another Florida Canal.
Another Big Enterprise for Norfolk.
Small but Vigorous.
Mr. A. A. Arthur and Middlesborough.
The Annual Fair at New Berne, N. C.
An Immigration Bill in the Maryland Legislature.
Packing-Houses in the South.
Sponge Fishing in Florida.
The Richmond & Danville to the Front.
Another Mississippi Bridge.
A Judicial Decision of Great Interest to Railroads.
A Valuable Suggestion from England.
A Letter from Western Georgia.
Interest in the South Extending.
No Hard Times in North Arkansas.
A Strong Disposition to Move South.
The Yazoo Delta.
WHAT THE NEWSPAPERS SAY OF THE “SOUTHERN STATES.”
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