Informazioni sulla fonte

Ancestry.com. Stati Uniti, Pratiche relative a proprietà agricole nell'area del sud-est, 1938-1946 [database online]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc, 2011.
Dati originali:

Farm Ownership Case Files, compiled 1938–1946. ARC ID: 630679. Records of the Farmers Home Administration, 1918–1975, Record Group 96. The National Archives at Atlanta. Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.

Farm Ownership Case Files, compiled 1938–1946. ARC ID: 635698. Records of the Farmers Home Administration, 1918–1975, Record Group 96. The National Archives at Atlanta. Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.

Farm Ownership Case Files, compiled 1938–1946. ARC ID: 636264. Records of the Farmers Home Administration, 1918–1975, Record Group 96. The National Archives at Atlanta. Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.

 Stati Uniti, Pratiche relative a proprietà agricole nell'area del sud-est, 1938-1946

Questo database contiene l'archivio dei nomi e di altre informazioni estratti dalle pratiche relative ai prestiti all'agricoltura concessi dalla Farmers Home Administration. La Farmers Home Administration dava prestiti e concessioni per aiutare le famiglie di agricoltori che si trovavano in difficoltà durante la grande depressione. Le voci archiviate in questo database possono comprendere il nome, l'affittuario, l'età, l'appartenenza razziale, la contea, la città, lo stato, gli acri della fattoria, gli acri coltivati, il numero di componenti delle famiglia, il proprietario della terra e il nome della terra.

This database contains an index of names and other details extracted from agricultural loan case files to preserve an official record of the loans. Actual records can be found at the National Archives.

The Farmers Home Administration has operated under different names, but it began in 1935 with the mission of providing loans and grants to help farm families struggling under the weight of the Great Depression. The Administration’s chief tool was supervised credit programs that provided loans, grants, and financial and other guidance to help farmers become self-sufficient and to allow some tenant farmers to buy their own land. Loans documented in this database were made to farmers in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.

The index entries include (as applicable) name, lessee, age, race, county, town, state, acres in farm, crop acres, number in family, land owner, and land name.