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Transactions of the Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association, including a full report of the industrial and state horticultural convention, held at Waupaca, Wisconsin, February, 1884, together with proceedings of the association for 1883, to January 1, '84

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Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association. Austin, A. C., Editor
Transactions of the Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association, including a full report of the industrial and state horticultural convention, held at Waupaca, Wisconsin, February, 1884, together with proceedings of the association for 1883, to January 1, '84
Vol. X
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1884

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Contents

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[Frontispiece] Yours respectfully Chester Hazen

[Title page] Transactions of the Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association, including a full report of the industrial and state horticultural convention, held at Waupaca, Wisconsin, February, 1884, together with proceedings of the association for 1883, to January 1, '84, pp. [1]-[2]

Officers for 1883, pp. [3]-[4]

Constitution of the society, pp. [5]-6

Sketch of president Hazen's life, pp. [7]-8

Life members, pp. [9]-11

Meetings of the board--annual meetings, election of officers, pp. 12-16

Secretary's warrant account, for the year 1883, pp. 17-22

Speed horses, p. 22

Premiums awarded in 1883, pp. 23-53

Treasurer's statement, Viall, E. W. p. 54

Opening address, Hazen, Chester pp. 55-78

[Tenth annual convention--opening address], Hazen, Chester p. [79]

[Other addresses], Smith, J. M.; Torrey, R. D.; McCormick, Mr. pp. 80-87

The importance of organization, Wilcox, R. J. pp. 87-94

[Discussion thereupon], pp. 94-95

[Discussion on potato culture], pp. 95-98

What shall be done for the boys upon the farm?, Smith, J. M. pp. 98-108

Discussion thereupon, pp. 108-117

Essentials to prosperous communities, Torrey, R. D. pp. 117-123

Discussion thereupon, pp. 123-125

Farm notes for 1884, Roe, J. P. pp. 125-129

Discussion [What are we here for], Henry pp. 129-150

The balanced ration, Curtis, T. D. pp. 150-157

Potatoe discussion, Plumb, C. M., et al. pp. 157-166

Merino sheep--from their first importation down to the present time, McConnell, C. D. pp. 167-173

[Agricultural college discussion], pp. 173-179

[Resolution], p. 179

Insectivorous plants, Willard, F. P. pp. 180-185

Discussion thereupon, pp. 185-186

Historical and descriptive sketch of the Fox River Valley, Harney, R. J. pp. 187-198

Physical culture, Koehler, H. J. pp. 198-208

The Morgan horse, Barry, A. C. pp. 209-212

The draft horses of France and Great Britain, Galbrath bros. pp. 212-220

Discussion thereupon, pp. 220-221

Fish culture, Kanaston, C. A. pp. 222-233

The origin and progress of horticulture and agriculture, and the possibilities of the coming farmer, Clark, Mrs. pp. 234-251

The poultry industry, Porter, R. L. pp. 251-253

Stock breeding and feeding, Henry, W. A. pp. 254-276

Adaptation, Kellogg, George J. pp. 277-278

Discussion, pp. 279-281

The flower mission, Lewis, H. M. pp. 281-288

"Convention at Waupaca", Torrey, R. D. pp. 288-290

Wisconsin horticulture--the outlook, Kellogg, Geo. J. pp. 290-294

The tree planters, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 294-301

The pear blight, Hoffman, H. N. pp. 302-310

Farm life, Layton, C. V. pp. 310-315

Beautiful homes, the safeguard of the nation, Richmond, E. Y. pp. 316-319

The pleasures of horticulture, Barter, Samuel pp. 319-324

[Resolutions and discussions], pp. 324-331

Meteorological record for the year 1883, Hutchinson, K. M. pp. 332-[344]

The wool raisers, pp. [345]-352

Index, pp. [353]-354 ff.

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