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A broadside published by D.G. Godwin, Commissioner of Agriculture for Tennessee, Nashville, January 16, 1892. Godwin, who also served as vice-president of the newly-established Cotton Growers' and Merchants' Association for Tennessee, addresses a letter to the Farmers' and Laborers' Union in which he notes the resolutions passed by the Less Cotton Convention held in Memphis on January 8. The resolutions related to establishing the new association, to reduce the acreage of cotton planted and to diversify the crops planted in the South to make farmers self-sustaining and independent.
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