The Southern Agrarian began as an offshoot from the Confederate Colonel blog which began in 2007. In 2013, the two blogs were again combined into one – this time under the Southern Agrarian name. The move reflects a shift in emphasis away from matters of history other than the cultural history of The South.
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I wanted to include a few photos of us and our home so that no one has the wrong impression of the way we live. Ours is a modest but comfortable home, and while we usually dress a bit more formally than what is typically worn today, we would not stand out among those waiting in the checkout line at the grocery store. We live on one acre located on a dirt road in the rural western part of Volusia County, Florida. We own a 120 acre farm, but it is rented out to a cousin who has farmed it for many years – I have no special background in agriculture.