Twelve Ways to Meet the New Economic Conditions Here in the South. G. W. Carver, eorge, ashington.

Twelve Ways to Meet the New Economic Conditions Here in the South

Tuskegee: Experiment Station Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, 1917. Paperback. 7pp. Slightly tanned overall with some darkening to the top of the spine, else very good in publisher's stapled wraps. Very good. Item #39686

Bulletin number 33 contents include: What shall I do With the boll weevil?; What shall we do for fertilizer?; Should the farmer keep a cow?; Should a farmer raise chickens?; Should a farmer have a garden?; Should a farmer try to raise fruit?; Should a farmer raise hogs?; Should a farmer try to raise stock?; Since the coming of the boll weevil, what is the farmer going to do for a money crop?; Should a renter or share-cropper attempt to carry out the above suggestions?; Will it pay a farmer to take an agricultural paper?; Should the farmer attempt to have a pretty door-yard with flowers?.

Somewhat uncommon with OCLC showing just over a dozen holdings.

Price: $250.00

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