The Resource Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the year 1866., (electronic resource)

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the year 1866., (electronic resource)

Label
Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the year 1866.
Title
Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the year 1866.
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
Readex
Government publication
federal national government publication
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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United States
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  • Abbott, L.S
  • Allen, Lewis F.,
  • Antisell, Thomas
  • Baird, Spencer F
  • Bates, G. Hubert
  • Bates, William W
  • Cist, Charles
  • Cloud, N.B
  • Davis, Lavinia K
  • Dodge, J.R.,
  • Dodge, L.C
  • Dunn, H.D
  • Elliott, F.R.,
  • French, Henry F.,
  • Gardner, W.H
  • Gill, Theodore
  • Howard, C.W
  • Lippincott, James S.,
  • Lodge, William C
  • Lyman, Joseph B.,
  • Poore, Ben Perley
  • Ringwalt, Samuel
  • Saunders, William
  • Scott, Robert W
  • Shedd, I. Herbert
  • Slingerland, William H
  • Thompson, R.O
  • Tilden, L.L
  • Todd, S. Edwards
  • Willard, X.A.,
  • Wolfinger, John F
  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
Series statement
  • United States congressional serial set;
  • Ex. doc. / 39th Congress, 2nd session. House
Series volume
  • serial set no. 1297
  • no. 107
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  • United States
  • Agricultural diversification
  • Agricultural innovations
  • Agricultural labor
  • Agricultural law and legislation
  • Agricultural machinery
  • Agricultural production
  • Agricultural research
  • Agricultural wages
  • Agriculture
  • Animal breeding
  • Animal diseases
  • Apples
  • Aquaculture
  • Botany
  • Cattle
  • Chemistry
  • Dairy farming
  • Dogs
  • Entomology
  • Farm lands
  • Forage
  • Fruit
  • Gardening
  • Greenhouses
  • Heating
  • History
  • Horses
  • Insects
  • Livestock
  • Meteorology and weather forecasting
  • Pear
  • Plant fibers
  • Quality of life
  • Quinine
  • Road construction
  • Roads and highways
  • Seaweed
  • Seeds
  • Sheep
  • Shipbuilding
  • Timber
  • Vegetables
  • Viticulture
  • Women's education
  • Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)
  • Women
  • Cost
  • Prices
  • Statistics
  • California
  • Georgia
  • Netherlands
  • Rocky Mountains
  • South (U.S.)
Label
Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the year 1866., (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Table of contents, follows Title page
  • List of illustrations, follows two pages after Title page
  • Remarks on pruning and training the grapevine, with quotations and illustration from various authors. By William Saunders, Department of Agriculture, p. 97
  • Grape-growing at the West. By R.O. Thompson, Nursery Hill, Nebraska, p. 115
  • Wine-making and vine culture in the middle states. By William C. Lodge, Claymont, Delaware, p. 118
  • Botany and agriculture of the Rocky Mountain basins. By R.O. Thompson, Nursery Hill, Nebraska, p. 125
  • Popular varieties of hardy fruit. By F.R. Elliott, p. 131
  • The fruit regions of the northern United States and their local climates. By James S. Lippincott, Haddonfield, New Jersey, p. 137
  • Cotton culture in 1866. By N.B. Cloud, M.D., Montgomery, Alabama, p. 190
  • Cotton planting. By Joseph B. Lyman, late of Louisiana, p. 193
  • Aids to cattle feeding. By L.S. Abbott, Painesville, Ohio, p. 211
  • Indian corn culture. By J.F. Wolfinger, of Milton, Pennsylvania, p. 215
  • Improved farm implements. By S. Edwards Todd, New York City, p. 225
  • The origins of the domestic turkey. By Spencer F. Baird, Assistant Secretary of the Smithsonian Institute, p. 288
  • The "Cream Pot" stock. By William H. Slingerland, Norman's Hill, Albany, New York, p. 291
  • The Jaques "Cream Pot" stock. By J.R. Dodge, Department of Agriculture, p. 292
  • Improvement of native cattle. By Lewis F. Allen, Black Rock, New York, p. 294
  • The horse -- from practical experience in the Army. By Colonel Samuel Ringwalt, of Downington, Pennsylvania, p. 321
  • Improved Kentucky sheep. By Robert W. Scott, near Frankfort, Kentucky, p. 334
  • Why and where mutton sheep are profitable. By J.R. Dodge, Department of Agriculture, p. 341
  • Training animals for work. By W.H. Gardner, Corning, New York, p. 355
  • English and American dairying -- their points of difference and comparative merits. By N.A. Willard, A.M., Herkimer County, New York, p. 358
  • The hog and its products. By Charles Cist, Cincinnati, Ohio, p. 382
  • Pisciculture with reference to American waters. By Theodore Gill, M.D., p. 394
  • Marine plants -- their uses, with a brief account of the curing of Irish moss. By G. Hubert Bates, Scituate, Massachusetts, p. 423
  • Female life in the open air. By Mrs. Lavinia K. Davis, Warner, New Hampshire, p. 430
  • Education of farmers' daughters. By Miss L.C. Dodge, Nashua, New Hampshire, p. 441
  • Cultivation of the cinchona in the United States. By Thomas Antisell, M.D., Department of Agriculture, p. 454
  • Ship timber in the United States. By William W. Bates, Chicago, Illinois, p. 472
  • History of the agriculture of the United States. By Ben. Perley Poore, West Newbury, Massachusetts, p. 498
  • High farming, as illustrated in the history of the Netherlands. By L.L. Tilden, p. 527
  • Country roads. By Henry F. French, of Boston, Mass., assisted by I. Herbert Shedd, of Boston, p. 538
  • Condition and resources of Georgia. By Rev. C.W. Howard, Livingston, Georgia, p. 567
  • California -- her agricultural resources. By H.D. Dunn, San Francisco, California, p. 581
  • Index follows p. 646
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000038746
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
693 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
illustrations, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)10930B22C2E24BE8
Terms governing use
© 2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved
Label
Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the year 1866., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Table of contents, follows Title page
  • List of illustrations, follows two pages after Title page
  • Remarks on pruning and training the grapevine, with quotations and illustration from various authors. By William Saunders, Department of Agriculture, p. 97
  • Grape-growing at the West. By R.O. Thompson, Nursery Hill, Nebraska, p. 115
  • Wine-making and vine culture in the middle states. By William C. Lodge, Claymont, Delaware, p. 118
  • Botany and agriculture of the Rocky Mountain basins. By R.O. Thompson, Nursery Hill, Nebraska, p. 125
  • Popular varieties of hardy fruit. By F.R. Elliott, p. 131
  • The fruit regions of the northern United States and their local climates. By James S. Lippincott, Haddonfield, New Jersey, p. 137
  • Cotton culture in 1866. By N.B. Cloud, M.D., Montgomery, Alabama, p. 190
  • Cotton planting. By Joseph B. Lyman, late of Louisiana, p. 193
  • Aids to cattle feeding. By L.S. Abbott, Painesville, Ohio, p. 211
  • Indian corn culture. By J.F. Wolfinger, of Milton, Pennsylvania, p. 215
  • Improved farm implements. By S. Edwards Todd, New York City, p. 225
  • The origins of the domestic turkey. By Spencer F. Baird, Assistant Secretary of the Smithsonian Institute, p. 288
  • The "Cream Pot" stock. By William H. Slingerland, Norman's Hill, Albany, New York, p. 291
  • The Jaques "Cream Pot" stock. By J.R. Dodge, Department of Agriculture, p. 292
  • Improvement of native cattle. By Lewis F. Allen, Black Rock, New York, p. 294
  • The horse -- from practical experience in the Army. By Colonel Samuel Ringwalt, of Downington, Pennsylvania, p. 321
  • Improved Kentucky sheep. By Robert W. Scott, near Frankfort, Kentucky, p. 334
  • Why and where mutton sheep are profitable. By J.R. Dodge, Department of Agriculture, p. 341
  • Training animals for work. By W.H. Gardner, Corning, New York, p. 355
  • English and American dairying -- their points of difference and comparative merits. By N.A. Willard, A.M., Herkimer County, New York, p. 358
  • The hog and its products. By Charles Cist, Cincinnati, Ohio, p. 382
  • Pisciculture with reference to American waters. By Theodore Gill, M.D., p. 394
  • Marine plants -- their uses, with a brief account of the curing of Irish moss. By G. Hubert Bates, Scituate, Massachusetts, p. 423
  • Female life in the open air. By Mrs. Lavinia K. Davis, Warner, New Hampshire, p. 430
  • Education of farmers' daughters. By Miss L.C. Dodge, Nashua, New Hampshire, p. 441
  • Cultivation of the cinchona in the United States. By Thomas Antisell, M.D., Department of Agriculture, p. 454
  • Ship timber in the United States. By William W. Bates, Chicago, Illinois, p. 472
  • History of the agriculture of the United States. By Ben. Perley Poore, West Newbury, Massachusetts, p. 498
  • High farming, as illustrated in the history of the Netherlands. By L.L. Tilden, p. 527
  • Country roads. By Henry F. French, of Boston, Mass., assisted by I. Herbert Shedd, of Boston, p. 538
  • Condition and resources of Georgia. By Rev. C.W. Howard, Livingston, Georgia, p. 567
  • California -- her agricultural resources. By H.D. Dunn, San Francisco, California, p. 581
  • Index follows p. 646
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000038746
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
693 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
illustrations, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)10930B22C2E24BE8
Terms governing use
© 2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved

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