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Tombee: Portrait of a Cotton Planter : With the Journal of Thomas B. Chaplin (1822-1890) By Theodore Rosengarten Tombee Portrait of a Cotton Planter With the Journal of Thomas B Chaplin Tombee was an unlucky slave owner and cotton planter on St Helena Island South Carolina His real name was Thomas B Chaplin and we know him because of his plantation journal kept between and
  • Title: Tombee: Portrait of a Cotton Planter : With the Journal of Thomas B. Chaplin (1822-1890)
  • Author: Theodore Rosengarten
  • ISBN: 9780688116095
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tombee: Portrait of a Cotton Planter : With the Journal of Thomas B. Chaplin (1822-1890) By Theodore Rosengarten Tombee was an unlucky slave owner and cotton planter on St Helena Island, South Carolina His real name was Thomas B Chaplin, and we know him because of his plantation journal, kept between 1845 and 1858.The fascination of this journal is enhanced by notes that Chaplin added periodically after 1865, bringing the lives of his characters up to date Not unnaturally, he comTombee was an unlucky slave owner and cotton planter on St Helena Island, South Carolina His real name was Thomas B Chaplin, and we know him because of his plantation journal, kept between 1845 and 1858.The fascination of this journal is enhanced by notes that Chaplin added periodically after 1865, bringing the lives of his characters up to date Not unnaturally, he compared his poverty after the Civil War with antebellum opulence, lamenting the one, deploring the other.Theodore Rosengarten has made accessible the last years of an American aristocracy Besides containing a history of the Carolina Sea Islands during the second golden age of cotton, the book is a study of the dull horror of plantation slavery.
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    1. A captivating account of antebellum life on a Sea Island cotton plantation This is a genuine depiction of innocent people pressed into unremitting labor under the most onerous conditions right here in the United States of America It s not Gone With the Wind If you believe the Civil War wasn t about slavery, read this Tombee House still stands today Just drive to the southern end of St Helena Island and look seaward Read the book, then go visit the house.


    2. The most fascinating thing is just reading this guy talk about slavery from a completely different perspective of privilege Chaplin is a curiously self aware guy, he was born into wealth and owning a ton of Plantations He s aware of his various dysfunctions and debates them in his journal He also is barely aware of slavery and the savagery of the stuff he s talking about Something deep within his brain has just internalized slavery haplin is both a stereotypical white plantation owner and also k [...]


    3. The first half of the book by Rosengarten was the story of Thomas Chaplin s life, for the most part derived from his journal, but other historical documents and information as well.I found it very interesting for many reasons, among them I am very familiar with that part of the country, I like local history and I really wanted to see slavery from the perspective of a plantation owner The second half of the book was the actual journal It was a chore to get through it as Chaplin rarely used emotio [...]


    4. The Journal of Thomas Chaplin is a treasure trove for anyone interested in getting into the head of a slave owner Some of his thoughts seem foreign to my mind but I am sure were common among men like him, such as when he expresses his frustration with one of his slaves because her babies kept dying There is no concern for her, or her grief, no awareness that the conditions she is forced to live in maybe contributing to the deaths, but only regret for the loss of the future profit that child woul [...]


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