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Annotated Bibliography

Primary Sources:

Black History Month Edition of Farm Bureau's Voices of Agriculture. Perf. Dr. O'Neal Smalls
and Dr. Bobby Donaldson. Black History Month-Special Edition. South Carolina Farm
Bureau, 15 Feb. 2012. Web. 15 Sept. 2014.
This video has ONeal Smalls describing life for African-Americans after slavery in South Carolina and the role agriculture plays in defining Black culture and heritage in the South. Also the
video talks about what are the Freewoods Project goals. I have used this source to show the reason why Freewoods Farm is here today and would not be here with the leadership of ONeal
Smalls.
Freewoods Farm NHD Photographs, 9515 Freewoods Road, Myrtle Beach, SC 29588. Personal
photograph by David Krasowska and Casey Mitchell. 2014.
These collection of photographs taken by us to create a visual illustration so people know the details of how operations go at Freewoods Farm. I have used many photographs throughout my
website to give detailed descriptions to what is in the factual text.
"Freewoods Farm." South Carolina History Trail Regions. South Carolina History Trail Regions,
n.d. Web. 16 Sept. 2014.
This source provides pictures of how Freewoods Farm is laid out with its buildings, the farm, and
the farm museum. Also this source shows how the farm operates and provides information about
Freewoods Farms.

Peterkin, Genevieve C., and William P. Baldwin. Heaven Is a Beautiful Place: A Memoir of the
South Carolina Coast. Columbia, SC: U of South Carolina, 2000. Google Books. Web.28
Sept. 2014.

The pages 196 and 197 are relevant to my topic by describing the location and the importance of
Freewoods farm in the community by creating jobs and crops. I have used this in my project to
show the how Freewoods has an importance in the community.
"Pictures From Tour 03/11/2006." Pictures from the Last Tour. Freewoods Foundation, 11 Mar.
2006. Web. 01 Sept. 2014.
This source shows many photographs of Freewoods Farm, the equipment that they used to farm,
and how they farmed. It also showed how they kept similar farming techniques from the late
1800s. I have used this by showing how they kept everything running with the leader ONeal
Smalls guiding the farmers.
Saints, Saints, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day. Horry County, South Carolina. 28
August 2014. FamilySearch. Web. 31 August 2014.
This is a primary source. The population census table is relevant to my topic. This helps to show
the effects of population in the time period that the Freewoods community existed.

Smalls, ONeal. Blessed be the Ties That Bind. New York: Vantage Press, Inc., 2011. Print.
This source is written by a man who shared his first-hand experiences as a member of a farming
family in the Freewoods community during the 1950s. I have used this in my research to explain
farm traditions and methods of farming that they did and it shows his opinions on why he doesnt
like the fact that Freewoods Farm isnt regarded by many considering the impact it had on history
Smalls, O'Neal, Dr. "Freewoods Farm." Veggie Fest. Freewoods Farm, Myrtle Beach. 25 Oct.
2014. Lecture.
This presentation was a tour around Freewoods Farm where the speaker, ONeal Smalls, was
giving factual information about what is Freewoods, what goes on at Freewoods, and how does
Freewoods impact the community. This source was a summary of the the details that ONeal
Smalls presented. I have used this to show detailed information about Freewoods.
Smalls, O'Neal, Dr. "National History Day Interview." E-mail interview. 21 Oct. 2014.
This is a personal interview that provides us research with information from the who founded
Freewoods Farm that you cant find anywhere else and gives deep opinionated, yet first-hand,

information. I have used this in my project to provide exclusive Freewoods Farm information
that is full of logical conclusions.
Smalls, O'Neal, Dr. "NHD History Day Interview Video." Personal interview. 25 Oct. 2014.
This video interview provides first hand information from ONeal Smalls about Freewoods
Farm. He tell us why he decided to build it and the history behind it. I have used this in my
project by showing a deep understanding of what is Freewoods.
The Farm." The Farm. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 Sept. 2014. <http://www.freewoodsfarm.com/
farm1a.jpg>
This map shows how the farmers split up Freewoods Farm. It shows where the farming is done
and where the actual museum part of Freewoods Farm is laid out. I have used this to show where
the work is done around the farm and the significance to show how the farm is organized.

The Farm." The Farm. Freewoods Foundation, 2009. Web. 18 Sept. 2014.
This source is relevant to my topic by showing what is Freewoods Foundation and showing how
the living farm museum gives a hands-on educational program by emphasizing life on farms by
African Americans. Also it show how Freewoods Foundation handles using authentic farming
methods to produce crops. I have used this source to show how what is Freewoods Farm.

Secondary Sources:
Current Status. Freewoods Farm. Freewoods Foundation, 2009. Web. 13 October 2014.
This source is relevant to my topic because it is a timeline of events that happened at Freewoods
Farm and shows their progress on what they did to complete Freewoods Farm. I have used this
source to show how Freewoods has transformed throughout the years.

Felder, James L. Civil Rights in South Carolina: From Peaceful Protests to Groundbreaking
Rulings. Charleston, SC: History Press, 2012. Print.
The author gave information about how Freewoods Farm began and shows how ONeal Smalls
had a legacy to keep the farm running while keeping the history of the African American farm
alive. I have used this source by showing how the farm began and later turned into a museum

and showing that O'Neal Smalls has a legacy to show the history of Freewoods to the people in
the community.

Freewoods Farm. South Carolina Office of Tourism. South Carolina Department of Parks,
Recreation and Tourism, n.d. Web. 28 Sept. 2014.
This source is relevant to my topic by giving information on how the farm replicates the lifestyle
of African Americans and shows how they use authentic farming methods. I have used this
source by showing how the farm wants to preserve African American farming lifestyle through
the leadership of ONeal Smalls.
"Freewoods Farm." South Carolina History Trail Regions. South Carolina History Trail Regions,
n.d. Web. 16 Sept. 2014.
This source provides pictures of how Freewoods Farm is laid out with its buildings, the farm, and
the farm museum. Also this source shows how the farm operates and provides information about
Freewoods Farms.
Future Plans. Freewoods Farm. Freewoods Foundation, 2009. Web. 23 October 2014.
This article is used to explain the plans of Freewoods Farm in the future and is considered a prediction or plan, even though it is from the Freewoods Farm website. I have used this in my research to explain what the future holds for them and for people to draw conclusions of successes
for Freewoods Farm in the future.
Mobley, Martin. "Freewoods Farm Living History Museum Honors Contributions of Freed
Slaves Who Became Successful Farmers." Sandlapper Dec. 2005: 42-45. Dec. 2005.
Web. 1 Sept. 2014.
This article shows how Freewoods Farm community developed from freed slaves and also
showed how Freewoods Farm in present time by telling what they grow, how they take care of
the farm, and how they preserve their history in a museum. I have used this in my project to
show the significance of what is Freewoods and why it is there.

ONeal Smalls Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Law. USC School of Law. USC School of

Law, n.d. Web. 13 October 2014.


This article provides information about what ONeal Smalls teaching experiences are and where
he went to school as well as his current role in Freewoods Foundation. I have used this in my research to explain how worthy ONeal Smalls is of taking on such a responsibility and this is explained by an overview of Freewoods Farms purpose.

O'Neal Smalls, Esq." South Carolina African American Calendar // Honorees. South Carolina
African American History Calendar, Oct. 2010. Web. 16 Sept. 2014.
This article gave background information about the president of the farm, ONeal Smalls, and
shows how he was a strong leader in his experiences and what he did before he bought Freewoods Farm. I have used this information to show that ONeal Smalls is a good and powerful
leader though his experiences.
"Thoughts and Reflections on Freewoods Farm." Freewoods Farm. Freewoods Foundation, n.d.
Web. 07 Oct. 2014.
This webpage is a list with many people who visited the farm with the thoughts and reflections
about the farm. I have used this by showing the how people appreciate Freewoods and why it is
so important.

Wiggins, Ernie. "Living History at Freewoods Farm." Discover South Carolina. South
Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, 17 July 2011. Web. 31 Aug.
2014.
This article is relevant to my topic by showing how the farm is managed throughout the year.
Also it shows how the farm transformed through history and was made into a museum in 2000
by ONeal Smalls which is the president of the farm.

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