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Wisconsin State Agricultural Society
Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, with portions of the correspondence of the secretary
Vol. II
Madison, Wisconsin: Beriah Brown, State Printer, 1852
34 v. plates 23 cm.

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Contents

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[Frontispiece] Bishop, devon bull

[Title page] Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agriculture Society, with portions of the correspondence of the secretary. Volume II.--1852, pp. [i] ff.

Advertisement, pp. [iii] ff.

Contents, pp. [v]-viii

Officers of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society for 1852, pp. 1-7 ff.

Transactions, pp. [9] ff.

Report of the executive committee, pp. [11]-18

Address at annual fair, pp. 19-28

Reports of committees at annual fair, pp. 29-94

Annual meeting, pp. 94-98

Correspondence, pp. [99] ff.

County agricultural societies, pp. 101-139

Communications. Rural husbandry in Wisconsin, Tiffany, George O. pp. 139-154

Relation of crops to soils, Lathrop, S. P. pp. 154-172

Adaptation of crops to soil and climate, Smith, John Y. pp. 172-186

Agricultural fences and enclosures, Willard, Joseph F. pp. 186-195

Culture of grasses, Berkley, J. pp. 195-198

Culture of grasses, Turner, Thomas P. pp. 199-207

The different breeds of meat cattle. Their comparative value and adaptation to the climate of Wisconsin, Turner, Thomas P. pp. 208-221

Cattle breeding, Peak, Urial H. pp. 221-228

Dairying, Adams, B. F. pp. 228-237

Flax culture, Galbraith, John pp. 237-240

[Extract from Messrs. Fairbairn's pamphlet] Introductory observations and description of the modes of growing, retting, and scutching flax, pp. 240-251

The culture of vegetables as farm products, Proctor, John W. pp. 252-255

On the blight and culture of the potatoe, Townley, John pp. 255-280

On the alleged transmutation of wheat into chess, Townley, John pp. 281-286

Wild rice, Bowron, Joseph pp. 286-288

The moral influences of horticulture, Kennicott, John A. pp. 288-294

Seedlings versus grafts, or top-grafts versus root-grafts, Phoenix, F. K. pp. 294-299

Descriptions of six varieties of winter apples and six varieties of pears, counted as worthy general cultivation in Wisconsin, Elliott, F. R. pp. 300-312

Well digging--a science, Brunson, Alfred pp. 312-325

The mechanical and manufacturing arts, their condition and wants, and the relation they sustain to the state agricultural society, Ela, Richard E. pp. 326-336

Northern Wisconsin--it's capacities and its wants, Ellis, Albert G. pp. 337-441

Fauna and flora of Wisconsin, p. 441

Laying out grounds, floriculture, &c., pp. 435-441

Agricultural education, pp. 441-455 ff.

Climate of Wisconsin

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