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Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Proceedings, essays and reports at the annual winter meeting held at Madison, February 4, 5, 6 and 7, 1873

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society
Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Proceedings, essays and reports at the annual winter meeting held at Madison, February 4, 5, 6 and 7, 1873
Madison, Wisconsin: Atwood and Culver, Printers and Stereotypers, 1873

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Contents

[Cover], pp. [unnumbered]-[2]

[Title page] Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Proceedings, essays and reports at the annual winter meeting held at Madison, February 4, 5, 6 and 7, 1873, p. [3]

List of officers and standing committees, p. [4]

Preface, Willey, O. S. p. [5]

Contents, pp. [6]-7

List of members, p. 7

Nurserymen, florists and gardeners, p. 8

Constitution and by-laws, pp. [9]-10

Laws of Wisconsin, pp. [11]-12

Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Annual meeting, held at Madison, February 4, 5, 6, and 7, 1873, p. [13]

Annual meeting call, pp. [13]-14

Annual meeting programme, p. 14

Annual address, pp. 15-20

Several scattering suggestions, pp. 20-22

A general talk, pp. 22-24

Pear culture, pp. 24-27

The secretary's annual report, Willey, O. S. pp. 27-32

Annual exhibition, 1872, pp. 32-42

Sundry correspondence, pp. 42-43

Life and character of John B. Richardson, Thomas, John E. pp. 43-46

Reports of local horticultural societies, pp. 46-47

Fruit culture in northern Wisconsin, Felch, B. F. pp. 47-59

The annual exhibition [for 1873], pp. 60-61

The grape and its treatment, Hobbins, Joseph pp. 61-67

How many and what varieties shall we cultivate?, Kellogg, G. J. pp. 67-72

Propagation of the cherry, Thompson, H. M. pp. 72-81

How to make fruit-growing a success, Nye, Edwin pp. 81-89

On the study of the natural sciences in the common school, Fallows, General pp. 89-110

Insects injurious to the horticulturist, Thomas, H. M. pp. 110-120

Treasurer's report, Mason, Geo. A. pp. 120-121

Adaptation, Plumb, J. C. pp. 122-125

Market gardening, Smith, J. M. pp. 125-143

Production of new varieties from seed, to insure hardness, Peffer, G. P. pp. 143-147

Green-house and pot plants, Pollard, Joseph pp. 147-156

Rural homes, Huntley, D., Mrs. pp. 156-160

Prose and poetry, Roby, H. W. pp. 160-171

Miscellaneous papers, pp. [172]-196

Reports of local societies, pp. 196-200 ff.

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