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Ninth annual proceedings of the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers' Association. Annual convention, held at Grand Rapids, August 13, 1895. Annual meeting held at Grand Rapids, January 14, 1896

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Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association
Ninth annual proceedings of the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers' Association. Annual convention, held at Grand Rapids, August 13, 1895. Annual meeting held at Grand Rapids, January 14, 1896
Centralia, Wisconsin: Brundage Bros., Printers, 1896 [covers 1895/1896]

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[Title page] Ninth annual proceedings of the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers' Association. Annual convention, held at Grand Rapids, August 13, 1895. Annual meeting, held at Grand Rapids, January 14, 1896, pp. [unnumbered]-[1]

Letter of transmittal, Arpin, E. P. p. [2]

Proceedings of the August convention held at Grand Rapids, August 13, 1895, Braddock, W. S. p. [3]

In memoriam, p. 4

Proceedings of the annual meeting held at Grand Rapids, January 14, 1896, pp. [5]-11

Afternoon session, p. 11

Possible water supplies for cranberry culture in Adams, Portage, Wood, Jackson, Monroe and Juneau Counties, pp. 11-12

Why the marshes have become dry, pp. 12-13

The value of the lands for general agriculture, p. 14

Ought cranberry culture to be combined with general farming?, p. 15

Possible water supplies, p. 15

Utilization of the local storm waters, pp. 15-16

Utilization of the underground water, pp. 16-18

What is the best way to demonstrate the agricultural possibilities of central Wisconsin?, p. 18

Cost of pumping twenty acre-feet of water, pp. 18-19

The desirability of devloping a large number of small marshes, pp. 19-20

Is it practicable for farmers to develop five acre marshes on their homesteads?, pp. 20-22 ff.


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