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010   $a  2016026568
035   $a(OCoLC)ocn948547968
040   $aDLC$beng$erda$cDLC$dYDX$dYDXCP$dBTCTA
020   $a9781476665863 (softcover : alk. paper)
020   $a1476665869 (softcover : alk. paper)
035   $a(OCoLC)948547968
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050 00$aF272.P65$bP53 2016
082 00$a975.7/02092$aB$223
049   $aZCUA
100 1 $aPickett, Margaret F.,$eauthor.
245 10$aEliza Lucas Pinckney :$bcolonial plantation manager and mother of American patriots, 1722-1793 /$cMargaret F. Pickett.
264  1$aJefferson, North Carolina :$bMcFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers,$c[2016]
300   $a218 pages ;$c23 cm
336   $atext$btxt$2rdacontent
337   $aunmediated$bn$2rdamedia
338   $avolume$bnc$2rdacarrier
504   $aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 213-214) and index.
505 0 $aThe early years (1722-1739) -- The young adult years (1739-1744) -- The married years (1744-1758) -- The middle years (1758-1776) -- The war years (1776-1783) -- The final years (1783-1793).
520   $a"Major George Lucas, recalled to Antigua to join his regiment, left his daughter Eliza in charge of his three plantations in South Carolina. While her accomplishments were rare for a young lady of the 18th century, they were not outside the scope of what was expected of a woman at that time. This biography chronicles Eliza Pickney's life"--$cProvided by publisher.
600 10$aPinckney, Eliza Lucas,$d1723-1793.
600 10$aPinckney, Charles,$d-1758.
651  0$aSouth Carolina$xHistory$yColonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
651  0$aSouth Carolina$xPolitics and government$y1775-1783.
852 0 $bbar