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The Resource Yearbook of the United States, Department of Agriculture, 1904., (electronic resource)

Yearbook of the United States, Department of Agriculture, 1904., (electronic resource)

Label
Yearbook of the United States, Department of Agriculture, 1904.
Title
Yearbook of the United States, Department of Agriculture, 1904.
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
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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  • Atwater, W.O.,
  • Beal, F.E.L.,
  • Benedict, Francis Gano
  • Bicknell, Frank W
  • Braniff, Edward A
  • Chittenden, F.H.,
  • Clark, J. Max
  • Clothier, George L
  • Cook, O.F.,
  • Crosby, Dick J
  • Daugherty, Charles Michael
  • Galloway, B.T.,
  • Greathouse, Charles H.,
  • Holmes, George K
  • Hopkins, A.D
  • Hunter, Walter David
  • Husmann, George C
  • Lancaster, Sam C
  • Marbury, J.B
  • Marlatt, Charles Lester
  • Palmer, T.S.,
  • Salmon, D.E
  • Shamel, A.D.,
  • Spillman, W.J.,
  • Sterling, Ernest A
  • Swingle, Walter T.,
  • Taylor, William A
  • Tolman, L.M
  • Tracy, J.E.W
  • Waite, Merton Benway
  • Webber, Herbert John
  • Wells, Edward L
  • Wiley, Harvey Washington
  • Woods, Albert Fred
  • United States
Series statement
  • United States congressional serial set;
  • House document / 58th Congress, 3rd session. House
Series volume
  • serial set no. 4880
  • no. 424
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  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
  • Agricultural colleges
  • Agricultural experiment stations
  • Agricultural research
  • Agriculture
  • Animal breeding
  • Birds
  • Boll weevil
  • Citrus fruits
  • Cotton production
  • Cotton
  • Cottonseed oil
  • Criminal investigation
  • Crops
  • Forest and brush fires
  • Forest management
  • Forest products
  • Fruit
  • Heat
  • Insect pests
  • Plant breeding
  • Potatoes
  • Road construction
  • Roads and highways
  • Scientific apparatus and instruments
  • Seeds
  • Sugar beet
  • Timber
  • Tobacco industry
  • Tobacco
  • Weather
  • Wildlife conservation
  • Woodlots
  • Farmers
  • Statistics
  • Argentina
  • California
  • Greeley, Colorado
  • Guatemala
  • Madison County, Tennessee
Label
Yearbook of the United States, Department of Agriculture, 1904., (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Table of contents, p. 5
  • List of illustrations, p. 7
  • The relation of plant physiology to the development of agriculture, by Albert F. Woods, p. 119
  • Attitude of lumbermen toward forest fires, by E.A. Sterling, p. 133
  • Relation of weather conditions to growth and development of cotton, by J.B. Marbury, p. 141
  • Inspection of foreign food products, by H.W. Wiley, p. 151
  • Opportunities in Agriculture: I. Growing crops under glass, by B.T. Galloway, p. 161. II. Fruit growing, by M.B. Waite, p. 169. III. General farming, by W.J. Spillman, p. 181
  • Present status of the Cotton Boil Weevil in the United States, by W.D. Hunter, p. 191
  • The Respiration Calorimeter, by W.O. Atwater and F.G. Benedict, p. 205
  • New citrus creations of the Department of Agriculture, by Herbert J. Webber and Walter T. Swingle, p. 221
  • The relation of birds to fruit growing in California, F.E.L. Beal, p. 241
  • Forest planting and farm management, by George L. Clothier, p. 255
  • Agricultural development in Argentina, by Frank W. Bicknell, p. 271
  • The caster oil industry, by Charles M. Daugherty, p. 287
  • The Nut Weevils, by F.H. Chittenden, p. 299
  • Potato culture near Greeley, Colorado, by J. Max Clark, p. 311
  • Practical road building in Madison County, Tennessee, by Sam C. Lancaster, p. 323
  • Sugar beet seed breeding, by J.E.W. Tracy, p. 341
  • The Weather Bureau and the homeseeker, by Edward L. Wells, p. 353
  • Detection of cotton-seed oil in lard, By L.M. Tolman, p. 359
  • Some uses of the grapevine and its fruit, by George C. Husmann, p. 363
  • Insect injuries to forest products, by A.D. Hopkins, p. 381
  • Promising new fruits, by William A. Taylor, p. 399
  • Consumer's fancies, by George K. Holmes, p. 417
  • The improvement of tobacco by breeding and selection, by Archibald D. Shamel, p. 435
  • The Determination of timber values, by Edward A. Braniff, p. 453
  • The annual loss occasioned by destructive insects in the United States, by C.L. Marlatt, p. 461
  • Cotton culture in Guatemala, by O.F. Cook, p. 475
  • Boy's Agricultural Clubs, by Dick J. Crosby, p. 489
  • Work of the Bureau of Plant Industry in meeting the ravages of the Boll Weevil and some diseases of cotton, by B.T. Galloway, p. 497
  • Some benefits the farmer may derive from game protection, by T.S. Palmer, p. 509
  • State publications on agriculture, by Charles H. Greathouse, p. 521
  • Animal breeding and feeding investigations by the Bureau of Animal Industry, by D.E. Salmon, p. 527
  • Appendix, p. 539
  • Index, p. 743
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000140365
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
776 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
illustrations, maps, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)114FD01E87820710
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved
Label
Yearbook of the United States, Department of Agriculture, 1904., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Table of contents, p. 5
  • List of illustrations, p. 7
  • The relation of plant physiology to the development of agriculture, by Albert F. Woods, p. 119
  • Attitude of lumbermen toward forest fires, by E.A. Sterling, p. 133
  • Relation of weather conditions to growth and development of cotton, by J.B. Marbury, p. 141
  • Inspection of foreign food products, by H.W. Wiley, p. 151
  • Opportunities in Agriculture: I. Growing crops under glass, by B.T. Galloway, p. 161. II. Fruit growing, by M.B. Waite, p. 169. III. General farming, by W.J. Spillman, p. 181
  • Present status of the Cotton Boil Weevil in the United States, by W.D. Hunter, p. 191
  • The Respiration Calorimeter, by W.O. Atwater and F.G. Benedict, p. 205
  • New citrus creations of the Department of Agriculture, by Herbert J. Webber and Walter T. Swingle, p. 221
  • The relation of birds to fruit growing in California, F.E.L. Beal, p. 241
  • Forest planting and farm management, by George L. Clothier, p. 255
  • Agricultural development in Argentina, by Frank W. Bicknell, p. 271
  • The caster oil industry, by Charles M. Daugherty, p. 287
  • The Nut Weevils, by F.H. Chittenden, p. 299
  • Potato culture near Greeley, Colorado, by J. Max Clark, p. 311
  • Practical road building in Madison County, Tennessee, by Sam C. Lancaster, p. 323
  • Sugar beet seed breeding, by J.E.W. Tracy, p. 341
  • The Weather Bureau and the homeseeker, by Edward L. Wells, p. 353
  • Detection of cotton-seed oil in lard, By L.M. Tolman, p. 359
  • Some uses of the grapevine and its fruit, by George C. Husmann, p. 363
  • Insect injuries to forest products, by A.D. Hopkins, p. 381
  • Promising new fruits, by William A. Taylor, p. 399
  • Consumer's fancies, by George K. Holmes, p. 417
  • The improvement of tobacco by breeding and selection, by Archibald D. Shamel, p. 435
  • The Determination of timber values, by Edward A. Braniff, p. 453
  • The annual loss occasioned by destructive insects in the United States, by C.L. Marlatt, p. 461
  • Cotton culture in Guatemala, by O.F. Cook, p. 475
  • Boy's Agricultural Clubs, by Dick J. Crosby, p. 489
  • Work of the Bureau of Plant Industry in meeting the ravages of the Boll Weevil and some diseases of cotton, by B.T. Galloway, p. 497
  • Some benefits the farmer may derive from game protection, by T.S. Palmer, p. 509
  • State publications on agriculture, by Charles H. Greathouse, p. 521
  • Animal breeding and feeding investigations by the Bureau of Animal Industry, by D.E. Salmon, p. 527
  • Appendix, p. 539
  • Index, p. 743
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000140365
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
776 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
illustrations, maps, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)114FD01E87820710
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved

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