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Wisconsin State Agricultural Society
Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society including proceedins [proceedings] of the state agricultural convention, held in February, 1877, and numerous practical papers and communications
Vol. XV
Madison, Wisconsin: David Atwood, Printer and Stereotyper, 1876-1877
34 v. plates 23 cm.

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[Title page] Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society including proceedings of the state agricultural convention, held in February, 1877, and numerous practical papers and communications. Vol. XV. 1876-77, p. [1]

[Frontispiece] Trotting stallion "Governor Sprague," property of Hon. J. J. Case, Racine, Wis , p. [2]

Table of contents, pp. [3]-10

Constitution, pp. [11]-12

By-laws, pp. 12-14

Life members, pp. [15]-21

Officers of the society, 1876, p. [22]

Transactions. Annual report, Field, W. W. pp. [23]-42

Proceedings. Executive board meetings, pp. [43]-48

Society meetings--election of officers, pp. 49-51

Annual meeting, pp. 51-53

Warrant account of the secretary, pp. 54-60

Exhibition of 1876, pp. [61]-67

Annual addresses, pp. 68-79

Reports of superintendents, pp. 80-87

Premiums awarded, pp. 88-109

State agricultural and horticultural convention held at Madison February 6 to 9, 1877, Stilson, Eli p. [110]

Conditions of progress in the agricultural classes, Bascom, John pp. [110]-121

[Remarks of President Stilson on improved methods in farming], p. 121

Dairy business--how to make it pay, pp. 122-131

What is the duty of the State Agricultural Society to the bee keeping interest of Wisconsin?, Mason, R. Z. pp. 131-135

Condition of the dairy interest in Wisconsin, Smith, Hiram pp. 135-140

Chinch bugs--how to exterminate them, Clark, Lewis pp. 140-144

Principles of stock feeding, Daniells, W. W. pp. 144-155

What I would like to do, Stickney, J. S. pp. 155-161

[Remarks of President Steele], p. 162

[Resolution and discussion], pp. 162-163

Are fairs humbugs?, Kellogg, G. J. pp. 164-167

Clover--its value to the farmer, Richards, O. M. pp. 167-171

Better and happier homes for our farmers, Smith, J. M. pp. 172-183

Remarkable trees and plants, Lewis, Mrs. H. M. pp. 183-189

Horticulture in literature, Giles, Ella A. pp. 190-193

Summer treatment of winter blooming plants, Williams, Mrs. J. H. pp. 193-196

Second harvests, Culver, Mrs. M. B. pp. 196-200

Inexpensive methods of making home pleasant, Ayres, Mrs. D. C. pp. 200-205

Agriculture in the middle ages, Allen, Wm. F. pp. 205-216

Utilization of the wastes of the farm, Allen, N. E. pp. 216-225

Hybridizing to improve varieties, Peffer, George P. pp. 225-227

War and food, Seymour, Charles pp. 227-232

Root crops for the farm, Wood, J. W. pp. 232-243

Abstract of county agricultural societies for 1876, pp. 244-245

Experimental farm, Daniells, W. W. pp. [246]-253

Fish commissioners' report, pp. [254]-260

State Board of Health. Report of the board, pp. [261]-269

Dr. Griffin's address, pp. 269-273

Circular no. 2, pp. 273-278

Sewerage and drainage, Marks, Solon pp. 278-290

Ventilation of public buildings and dwelling houses, Bintliff, James pp. 290-302

Mental hygiene, Favill, John pp. 302-312

Foods and domestic beverages, Selden, O. G. pp. 312-328

Addresses and miscellaneous papers. Centennial address. What the age owes to America, Evarts, Wm. M. pp. [329]-355

[The centennial exhibition of 1876], Atwood, David pp. [356]-370

Address by Hon. E. E. Chapin, Chapin, E. E. pp. 370-382

What has science done for farmers, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 382-393

Agricultural education, Morrow, Geo. E. pp. 393-402

Barns, Wood, Robert J. pp. 403-410

Farmers' boys and girls, Huntley, Mrs. D. pp. 410-418

Objects and work for the national agricultural congress, Morrow, George E. pp. 418-423

The prospects of American agriculture, Harris, Joseph pp. 423-443

American live stock, Allen, L. F. pp. 443-466

American dairying, Willard, X. A. pp. 466-484

Vegetable and floral gardens, Huntley, Mrs. D. pp. 484-487

Merinos for mutton--a look ahead for fine wool sheep breeders, Garland, A. M. pp. 487-493

Education of farmers' sons and daughters, Wood, Albert E. pp. 493-497

"Give and take", Glyndon, Howard pp. 497-500 ff.

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