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Transactions of the Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association, including a full report of the industrial convention, held at Oshkosh, March, 1878. With other practical papers

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Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association. Torrey, R. D., Editor
Transactions of the Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association, including a full report of the industrial convention, held at Oshkosh, March, 1878. With other practical papers
Vol. V
Madison, Wisconsin: David Atwood, Printer and Stereotyper, 1878

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Contents

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[Title page] Transactions of the Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association, including a full report of the industrial convention, held at Oshkosh, March, 1878. With other practical papers, pp. [1]-[2]

Officers for 1878, pp. [3]-[4]

Introductory, Torrey, R. D. pp. [5]-7

List of life members, p. [8]

Constitution of the society, pp. [9]-10

Executive meetings, pp. [11]-14

Treasurer's report, p. 15

Ninth annual meeting, pp. [16]-19

Meeting of Board of Control, pp. 19-22

Secretary's warrant account, pp. [23]-29

Premiums awarded at the fair of 1877, pp. [30]-50

Report of the committee on fruit and flowers, pp. 50-51

Report of the committee on house plants and cut flowers, p. 51

The golden horse, Carlton, Will M. pp. 52-59

Labor and capital, Williams, Chas. G. pp. 59-74

Fifth annual convention, pp. [75]-76

The foundation of prosperity of individuals and of the country, Bushnell, M. C. pp. 76-79

Strawberries, five bushels to the square rod, or 800 bushels to the acre, Kellogg, George J. pp. 79-82

The farmer, Harmon, M. E. pp. 83-107

The natural agricultural resources of the Fox River Valley, Chamberlin, T. C. pp. 108-123

Culture and agriculture, Ayres, D. C. pp. 124-136

The farmer, what he has to deal with, and how he should deal with it, Barry, A. C. pp. 137-155

The relation of agriculture to other industries, Thomas, J. E. pp. 156-164

The natural advantages of dairying in Wisconsin, Smith, Hiram pp. 164-173

[Letter of Geo. W. Peck], Peck, Geo. W. pp. 174-183

[The telephone], Haskins, C. H. pp. 183-211

The horse, his ordinary diseases and remedies, Pulling, D. J. pp. 211-230

Domestic science in schools for young ladies, Root, C. H. pp. 231-234

Fruit growing in central Wisconsin, Plumb, J. C. pp. 234-238

Sheep shearing: meeting of the wool growers of Winnebago County, pp. 238-241

Wool growers meeting and sheep shearing, pp. 241-242

Wisconsin and her governors, pp. 242-244

Facts and information worth remembering, pp. 244-261 ff.

Table of contents, pp. [unnumbered]-iv

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