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Service and regulatory announcements (Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine)
by United States. Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine; United States. Plant Pest Control Branch; United States. Plant Quarantine Branch; United States. Plant Pest Control Division; United States. Plant Quarantine Division; United States. Dept. of Agriculture; United States. Agricultural Research Service. ARS-82; United States. Plant Quarantine and Control Administration; United States. Bureau of Plant Quarantine; United States. Federal Horticultural Board
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Have also unnumbered supplements: 1929, List of pests intercepted of imported plants and plant products. Dec. 1930; 1930-42, 6 1943 List of intercepted plant pests. Issued Mar. 1932-Nov. 1942, Je. 1944
Topic: Agriculture Periodicals
Maryland farmer
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"Devoted to agriculture, horticulture, rural economy & mechanic arts."
Topic: Agriculture Periodicals
32 v. in 27 : 26-36 cm
Topics: Agriculture -- Periodicals, Agriculture -- United States -- Periodicals, Gardening -- Periodicals,...
Cornell University Library
by National Federation of Colored Farmers
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Modern Farmer  was one of the only serial publications published in the Depression-era United States that was aimed at African-American farmers. It was published between 1929-1949 by the National Federation of Colored Farmers (NFCF), an organization which formed local chapters of buying and selling distribution cooperatives for African-American farmers and their goods at a time when prevailing Jim Crow laws made such efforts dangerous. Editor James P. Davis was the president of the NFCF, Head...
Topics: Agriculture, African Americans, African American Farmers, Periodicals, Agriculture -- Periodicals
Cornell University Library
by National Federation of Colored Farmers
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Modern Farmer  was one of the only serial publications published in the Depression-era United States that was aimed at African-American farmers. It was published between 1929-1949 by the National Federation of Colored Farmers (NFCF), an organization which formed local chapters of buying and selling distribution cooperatives for African-American farmers and their goods at a time when prevailing Jim Crow laws made such efforts dangerous. Editor James P. Davis was the president of the NFCF, Head...
Topics: Agriculture, African Americans, African American Farmers, Periodicals, Agriculture -- Periodicals
Cornell University Library
by National Federation of Colored Farmers
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Modern Farmer  was one of the only serial publications published in the Depression-era United States that was aimed at African-American farmers. It was published between 1929-1949 by the National Federation of Colored Farmers (NFCF), an organization which formed local chapters of buying and selling distribution cooperatives for African-American farmers and their goods at a time when prevailing Jim Crow laws made such efforts dangerous. Editor James P. Davis was the president of the NFCF, Head...
Topics: Agriculture, African Americans, African American Farmers, Periodicals, Agriculture -- Periodicals
Farm and fireside
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Published: Springfield, Ohio : Crowell Publishing Co., -1930
Topic: Agriculture Periodicals
Farm and fireside
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Published: Springfield, Ohio : Crowell Publishing Co., -1930
Topic: Agriculture Periodicals