STATEMENT OF THE SUGAR CROP, MADE IN LOUISIANA, IN 1861-62, WITH AN APPENDIX. P. A. Champomier.
STATEMENT OF THE SUGAR CROP, MADE IN LOUISIANA, IN 1861-62, WITH AN APPENDIX.

STATEMENT OF THE SUGAR CROP, MADE IN LOUISIANA, IN 1861-62, WITH AN APPENDIX.

New Orleans: Cook, Young & Co., 1862. x, [2 blanks], 46, [2 blanks] pp. Stitched in original printed yellow wrappers. Near Fine.

This document lists each planter by Parish, and his output for the year. The Introduction is dated August 18, 1862, after the Federal invasion of New Orleans. Jumonville, who says this is not a Confederate Imprint, disagrees with Parrish & Willingham.
The rear wrapper advertises, with engraved illustration, New Orleans's Daniel Edwards' establishment, specializing in iron, copper, brass, tin, sheet iron, moulding, finishing and blacksmithing. References to planters who have installed the Edwards Steam Train for the manufacture of sugar are listed.
Jumonville 3242. Parrish & Willingham 5236. Item #36227

Price: $275.00