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Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society including addresses and papers presented, and proceedings at the summer, autumn and winter meetings, for the year 1885-6

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Adams, H. C., Editor
Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society including addresses and papers presented, and proceedings at the summer, autumn and winter meetings, for the year 1885-6
Vol. XVI
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1886 [covers 1885/1886]

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Contents

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[Frontispiece] T. T. Lyon, president Michigan Horticultural Society

[Title page] Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society including addresses and papers presented, and proceedings at the summer, autumn and winter meetings, for the year 1885-6, pp. [i]-[ii]

Letter of transmittal, Adams, H. C. pp. [iii]-[iv]

Table of contents, pp. [v]-vi

Officers for 1886, pp. [vii]-[viii]

Members, 1886, pp. [ix]-x

Fruit list, pp. [xi]-xii

Tree and shrub list, pp. [xiii]-xiv

Act of reorganization of the State Horticultural Society, pp. [xv]-xvi

Constitution and by-laws, pp. [xvii]-xviii

Laws relating to the society, pp. xix-xxi

Laws relating to tree belts, pp. xxi-xxii

To regulate the sale of cranberries, pp. xxii-xxiii ff.

Report of the summer convention of the State Horticultural Society. Held in conjunction with the Waupaca County Horticultural Society, at Weyauwega, June 24-25, 1885, pp. [1]-8

horticulture, as an educator, Morrison, W. H. pp. 8-11

Do we need experimental stations for horticultural purposes, Smith, J. M. pp. 11-20

Effects of winter of 1884-5, Plumb, J. C. pp. 20-26

That apple, Wakefield, J. pp. 26-30

Report on condition of Wisconsin fruit in Hortictltural [Horticultural] Hall, New Orleans Exposition, at date of March 30, 1885, Roe, J. P. pp. 30-33

The mistletoe, Lewis, Jessie R. pp. 33-37

Some first principles of flower culture, Toole, Mr. pp. 38-48

Chips from a carpenter's tool chest, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 49-55

Small fruits, Rich, O. A. pp. 55-57

Premiums awarded at the summer convention at Weyauwega, pp. 57-60

A half hour among my flowers, Rich, A. O. pp. 60-62

A talk about the thistle, Kerr, A. pp. 62-68

Flowers in the yard, Balch, L. Bertha pp. 68-72

What the flowers teach us, Campbell, Vie H. pp. 72-81

In memoriam, pp. 81-82

Meeting at the state fair, pp. [83]-90

Transactions at the annual meeting at Madison, February 1-4, 1886, pp. [91]-103

Address of President Smith, Smith, J. M. pp. 104-108

Secretary's report, Trelease, William pp. 108-111

Report of the treasurer, Anderson, M. pp. 111-113

Report of observations of 1885, Kellogg, George J. pp. 113-126

Report of third district, Adams, B. F. pp. 126-128

Report of fifth district, Floyd, H. pp. 128-129

Report of sixth district, Huntley, D. p. 130

Report of ninth district, Springer, Wm. A. pp. 130-132

Observation report of second district, Hill, George C. pp. 132-133

Waupaca County Horticultural Society, Wakefield, J. pp. 133-134

Report of Grand Chute Horticultural Society, Huntley, D. pp. 134-135

Fremont Horticultural Society, Wakefield, J. pp. 135-136

Freedom Horticultural Society, Fuller, George p. 136

Annual report of the Janesville Horticultural Society, Heimstreet, E. B. p. 137

Green Lake County Horticultural Society, Whittier, Enid J. pp. 138-143

[Election of officers], p. 143

A memorial address on the life and character of Franklin B. Hough, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 144-148

Report on Waupaca seedlings, Peffer, G. P. pp. 148-149

Our Russian fruits, Howlett, H. H. pp. 150-183

How to propagate and grow apple trees, Floyd, H. pp. 183-188

The selection of varieties--how to plant and care for an orchard, Barnes, Asa D. pp. 188-192

Report of the committee on awards, Harris, John S.; Watrous, C. L.; Cotta, J. V. pp. 192-193

Premiums awarded at the annual meeting at Madison, February 1-5, 1886, pp. 193-195

The why and what to build, or, our house and home, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 195-208

Home adornment, Tilson, Ida E. pp. 208-216

How to educate our girls, Campbell, Vie H. pp. 216-228

The mechanical injuries to trees by cold, Burrill, T. J. pp. 228-238

Raising seedling strawberries, London, F. W. pp. 238-243

Premiums awarded at New Orleans Exhibition, pp. 244-[246]

Contributed and selected. Grape culture, Fox, Wm. pp. [247]-248

Farmers' garden, Smith, J. M. pp. 249-255

Adaptation in horticulture, Arnold, Alex. A. pp. 255-261

Recent advances in horticultural entomology, Riley, C. V. pp. 261-267

Our experiment station: what it has done and what it ought to do for the horticultural interests of the state, Minch, Eli pp. 267-271

Planting a school ground, pp. 271-275

Fruit statistics of Wisconsin census report of 1885, pp. 276 ff.


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