Compare And Contrast Corn Indigo, And Cotton By Henry Barram

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In Bartram’s reading I raised questions about how well detailed he described the place in the assignment. To me he seems as though he is very intact with every little detail about nature. For example, "s. The soil pretty good, producing Live Oak, Water Oak, Hickory, Linden, Mulberry, Elm, Magnolia grandiflora; this sort of land is too high for the produce of rice, but is very proper for Corn, Indigo, and Cotton" he talks about the details of soil you can tell that he knows his plants and what they’re able to be grown in and how there able to grow. His attitude is very Joyful and interested towards the different things such as plants, flowers and things small such as pine cones. In the Florida readers it states that he was brought up around
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