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Working for Stuarts chronicles the labor and lives of people who worked on one of the oldest and largest cattle farms east of the Mississippi, Stuart Land & Cattle Company. Organized in 1884, at its peak, the Stuart Land & Cattle Company's farmland covered over 45,000 acres, mainly in Russell County, with smaller acreage in Tazewell, Smyth, and Washington counties. The Company had four holdings: the Elk Garden, Rich Mountain, Rosedale, and Clifton farms. This book presents a history of Stuart Land & Cattle Company and its sister operation, Elk Garden Products, as told by the people who worked the thousands of acres at Clifton, Rosedale, Rich Mountain, and Elk Garden, and the ones who managed the Company. The book contains nearly 100 oral histories and many documents, as well as hundreds of photographs.
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