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"READING COPY - UGLY. Tight, age tanned pages clean except for light soil to exterior edges, faded and stained covers, square. A "" who's who"" of Connecticut agriculture in 1901. No dust jacket. A complete account of the 3 day mid-winter meeting in Bridgeport, CT, with full transcript of presentations and discussions, list of state fairs, Connecticut exhibitors at the Pan-American Exposition, list of Agricultural Societies, and directory of Granges. 321 pages plus 57 page appendix inserted at end: ""A Catalogue of all Phaenogamous and Vascular Cryptogamous Plants at Present Known to Grow Without Cultivation in the State of Connecticut"" by James Nathaniel Bishop, which is in effect a list of native plants in Connecticut in 1901.."
Title: Thirty-Fifth Annual Report of the Secretary of the Connecticut Board of Agriculture 1901 (Public Document No. 18)
Publisher: "Hartford, CT", 1902
Book Condition: GOOD
lb: 2.10 lb
Seller ID: 6-1H015
Keywords: Connecticut agriculture "HISTORY / United States / State & Local / New England (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT)" STATES & PROVINCES "NOT KEPT AT STORE- if you would like to pick this up, please order the day before you want to pick it up. Use the ""pick up in store"" option for shipping at checkout.",