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South Atlantic Quarterly (1920) 19 (3): 201–215.
Published: 01 July 1920
...Roland M. Harper Some Relations Between Soil, Climate and Civilization in the Southern Red Hills of Alabama Roland M. Harper, Geological Survey of Alabama. In the coastal plain of the southeastern United States there is a belt of country extending from South Carolina to Missis­ sippi...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1970) 69 (2): 300–301.
Published: 01 April 1970
...James W. Webb Yoknapatawpha: Faulkner’s “Little Postage Stamp of Native Soil” By Kerr Elizabeth M. . New York : Fordham University Press , 1969 . Pp. 284 . $8.00 . Copyright © 1970 by Duke University Press 1970 300 The South Atlantic Quarterly critics vary from adulatory...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1962) 61 (3): 354–364.
Published: 01 July 1962
...Eunice C. Hamilton Copyright © 1962 by Duke University Press 1962 Henry James s The Princess Casamassima and Ivan Turgenev s Virgin Soil Eunice C. Hamilton In the seventy-odd years since its publication, Henry James s The Princess Casamassima has received comparatively little criticism...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (2011) 110 (3): 645–672.
Published: 01 July 2011
.... In these settings, women pleasurably gaze at erotic images of women; compliment the women who post; imagine how emotionally painful it is to get dresses dirty; and remember the sticky, erotic, and disturbing aspects of being wet and filthy. TTD representations of revolting fluids and soiled bodies, which women...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1910) 9 (2): 177–188.
Published: 01 April 1910
..., to forecast the needs of the future and so handle the great sources of our prosperity as not to destroy in advance all hope of the prosperity of our descendants. The soil is our greatest natural resource, and agriculture is our most important, as it is our most fundamental, occupation. It occupies the time...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (2005) 104 (2): 349–357.
Published: 01 April 2005
... to the colonial wars of the past, which, Schmitt claims, ‘‘remained outside’’ the ‘‘bracketing’’ (rational- ization, humanization, legalization) of war on 2 European soil...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1954) 53 (2): 182–192.
Published: 01 April 1954
... as Unamuno, Ramon y Cajal, and Gumersindo de Azcarate have testified to the influence of his ideas. In particular, his politico hidraulica, a comprehensive plan for the creation of a prosperous Spanish countryside by means of water and soil conservation, refor­ estation, and the teaching of rational methods...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1907) 6 (2): 135–146.
Published: 01 April 1907
... democracy of our rural domains to the urban centres where the few are dominant. A large proportion of the vast wealth created annually from the soil, ultimately enriches the city, instead of developing and improving the resources of the country. The enormous sums paid by the farmers for transportation...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1937) 36 (4): 419–430.
Published: 01 October 1937
... Thunder. This book contains in generalized form all the arguments that ap­ pear in Pll Take My Stand, the first blast of the agrarians, published in the same year. These ideas are that cultivation of the soil is the best of all occu­ pations, that science is a false messiah, that science tends to destroy...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (2001) 100 (2): 519–542.
Published: 01 April 2001
... a strong attachment to the soil and land. This concept is often invoked to account for the unique fla- vor imparted to certain regional food products like wine and cheese by local geographic, geologic, and climatic...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1930) 29 (2): 179–189.
Published: 01 April 1930
... both to the soil and to the planters. It is an arresting fact that the burden of nearly every agricultural address delivered in the State from 1840 to 1860 was soil exhaustion and remedies therefor. Except in the tidewater region, where rice was grown, the cultivation of cotton had come to be the chief...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1934) 33 (3): 209–218.
Published: 01 July 1934
...Walter J. Matherly Copyright © 1934 by Duke University Press 1934 The South Atlantic Quarterly Vol. XXXIII JULY, 1934 Number 3 THE CULTURE OF AGRICULTURE WALTER J. MATHERLY THE CULTURE of agriculture involves not only the tillage of the soil and the techniques incident to the operation...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1945) 44 (2): 130–145.
Published: 01 April 1945
... Hardware Company of Louisville shows little change in the methods of Southern agriculture at the turn of the twentieth century. There are only slight indications of a turning away from devitalizing row or cash crops, and none of a sense of soil conservation. The old standbys of the last seventy-five years...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1921) 20 (1): 1–9.
Published: 01 January 1921
... it is safe to say that about 1000 B. C. individual claims began to be made to the ownership of the soil and to natural opportunities. On this major premise the whole fabric of the Roman Law rests, the absolute ownership of the soil or of any natural resource giving the absolute ownership of everything...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1905) 4 (1): 42–47.
Published: 01 January 1905
... to whites runs from three or 44 The South Atlantic Quarterly. four to one to more than fifteen to one. Every consideration of climate, soil, and economic condition tended t6 render absolute the hold of the negro agriculturist; yet right here the white man, in the person of the Italian immigrant, has proved...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1936) 35 (1): 98–109.
Published: 01 January 1936
..., to housing, soil erosion, to social security, to cultural trends as well as to foreign trade, banking policy, and government financing. There are excel­ lent reasons for giving attention to housing and to cultural trends. For instance, it is contended that capital goods need stimulation. Colonel Leonard P...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1910) 9 (3): 213–221.
Published: 01 July 1910
... are happily making use of its fruitful principles in the improvement of the soil and in the promotion of industries. I congratulate you on having your Agricultural and Mechanical Department united with the central State University, binding the state and the nation, binding vocation and knowledge, binding...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1999) 98 (4): 689–710.
Published: 01 October 1999
... no fertilizer of any kind, nor pesticides; I have found that fresh grass clip­ pings work best, both to hedge in the individual rows ofvarious crops and to minimize the weeds which manage to muscle their way up into the sunlight. These clippings also serve to enrich the soil as the grass is gradually...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1910) 9 (3): 203–212.
Published: 01 July 1910
... relations with protestantism in Catholic countries, are of general importance and concern. Do protestant churches, does the Methodist church, have a work to perform, and consequently the right to exist, on Roman and Ital­ ian soil? Does the Vatican, does official Catholicism, recognize this right? Let us...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1951) 50 (1): 145–146.
Published: 01 January 1951
... in English on the geography of the one-sixth of the earth s surface, as Soviet citizens like to call their land. The author, a leading Soviet scientist, although primarily an ichthyologist, has worked in geography, geology, soil science, climatology, and other studies relating to geography since 1895...