U.S. Department of Agriculture. Farmers' Bulletins Nos. 376 - 400 with Contents and Index. Joseph A. Arnold, in chief.

U.S. Department of Agriculture. Farmers' Bulletins Nos. 376 - 400 with Contents and Index

Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1910. Hardcover. Subjects of bulletins include: Game laws for 1909, harmfulness of headache mixtures, exterminating Texas-fever tick, Hog cholera, loco-weed disease, adulteration of forage-plant seeds, experiement station work LIV, LV, LVI, How to destroy English sparrows, boys' and girls agricultural clubs, potato culture on irrigated farms in west, preservation of farm timbers, bread and butter making, pheasant raising, economical use of meat in home, irrigation of sugar beets, habit-forming agents, use of windmillls in irrigation in semiarid west, sixty-day adn Kherson oats, the muskrat, bees, commercial fertilizers, irrigation of grain, and more profitable corn planting methods. Bound in three quarter red leather over red cloth boards with gilt title "Farmers' Bulletins" to spine. The name "Lynden Evans" is printed in gilt on the foot of the spine. Lynden Evans (1828 - 1926) was a teacher, lawyer, and U.S. Congressman from Illinois. Full marbled edges and marbled endpapers. Front endpaper is present but detached. Minor wear to edges and hinges of boards. Clean interior withillustrations. An attractive book. Each bulletin has its own pagination. SCI/022219. Very Good.

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