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This collection of historic publications is comprised of more than 180 titles which focus on agriculture during the 19th century. These journals contain rich content, including advertisements for fertilizer dealers and makers of farm equipment, as well as records of the latest technological and agricultural developments. 

Representative of the time and culture of the United States, this collection covers the day-to-day concerns of a largely agrarian society of the time, from raising crops and keeping bees to caring for livestock and erecting farm structures.

The Agricultural Periodicals from the Southern, Midwestern, and Western U.S., 1800-1878 collection contains periodicals published in the West, Midwest, and South. Titles include Oregon Cultivator, The Southern Ruralist and Horticultural Intelligencer, The Georgia Grange, The Nebraska Farmer, The Rural Carolinian, The North Western Prairie Farmer, The Ohio Valley Farmer, The Cherokee Agriculturist, The Colorado Farmer and Live Stock Journal, The Spirit of Arkansas, The Farmers' Journal and Transactions of the Lower Canada Board of Agriculture, and The California Horticulturist and Floral Magazine.

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