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A history of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station. Part I: the directorship of William Arnon Henry from 1880 to 1907

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Alexander, A. S. 1860- (Alexander Septimus)
A history of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station. Part I: the directorship of William Arnon Henry from 1880 to 1907
Part 1
[Madison, Wisconsin]1935

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Contents

[Title page] A history of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station. Part I: the directorship of William Arnon Henry from 1880 to 1907

Contents

Chapter I. Early days in Wisconsin, pp. [unnumbered]-5

Chapter II. Beginnings in agricultural education, pp. [4]-15

Chatper III. Establishment of the agricultural experiment station, pp. [unnumbered]-55

Chapter IV. The coming of Dr. S. A. Babcock in 1888, pp. [unnumbered]-81

Chapter V. The Babcock milk test announced: July 1890, pp. [unnumbered]-88

Chapter VI. Animal husbandry under Prof. John A. Craig in 1891, pp. [unnumbered]-106

Chapter VII. Bacteriology department established under Dr. H. L. Russell in 1893, pp. [unnumbered]-122

Chapter VIII. The campaign against bovine tuberculosis, pp. [unnumbered]-161

Chapter IX. The Wisconsin curd test and other dairy research work, pp. [unnumbered]-186

Chapter X. Dr. Babcock appointed assistant director and Prof. R. A. Moore, agronomist, pp. [unnumbered]-201

Chapter XI. Dr. Babcock honored in 1901, pp. [unnumbered]-226

Chapter XII. Twenty years of progress, pp. [unnumbered]-254

Chapter XIII. Experiment station work in 1905 and 1906, pp. [unnumbered]-292

Chapter XIV. The resignation of Director Henry, pp. [unnumbered]-313


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