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Collins’ Patent Horizontal Hop-Yard. Agreement date; June 12, 1866. Patented December 1, 1863. Signed “Collins & Pratt” and witness Benj. Kirkham. Large 4to. Previous folds, glued to board. Printed form with holograph additions and graphic illustration at top of hop yard. Very good.
1863
 

BADGER, MRS. C. M. Wild Flowers Drawn and Colored from Nature. With an Introduction by Mrs. L.H. Sigourney.
1859
 

BEECHER, HENRY WARD. Plain and Pleasant Talk About Fruits, Flowers and Farming.
1859
 

BIGELOW, JACOB. Florula Bostoniensis. A Collection of Plants of Boston and Its Vicinity...Second Edition Greatly Enlarged. To which is added a Glossary of the Botanical Terms Employed in the Work.
1824
 

BRIDGEMAN, THOMAS. The Florist's Guide; Containing Practical Directions for the Cultivation of Annual, Biennial, and Perennial Flowering Plants...Including the Double Dahlia; with a Monthly Calendar...for the Management of Greenhouse Plants...Third Edition, Enlarged and Improved.
1840
 

BUIST, ROBERT. The Rose Manual: Containing Accurate Descriptions of All the Finest Varieties of Roses...with Engravings.
1844
 

BURBANK, LUTHER. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and Their Practical Application. Prepared from His Original Field Notes Covering More Than 100,000 Experiments Made During Forty Years Devoted to Plant Improvement...
1914
 

BURBANK, LUTHER. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and Their Practical Application. Prepared from His Original Field Notes Covering More Than 100,000 Experiments Made During Forty Years Devoted to Plant Improvement...
1914
 

BURBANK, LUTHER. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and Their Practical Application. Prepared from His Original Field Notes Covering More Than 100,000 Experiments Made During Forty Years Devoted to Plant Improvement...
1914
 

BUTLER, FREDERICK The Farmer's Manual...on the Art of Husbandry...together with remarks on Gardening, and a Treatise on the Management of Bees
1821
 

CHORLTON, WILLIAM. The Cold Grapery, from Direct American Practice: Being a Concise and Detailed Treatise on the Cultivation of the Exotic Grape-Vine, Under Glass, Without Artificial Heat.
1853
 

COPELAND, R. MORRIS. Country Life: a Handbook of Agriculture, Horticulture, and Landscape Gardening.
1859
 

DARLINGTON, WILLIAM Agricultural Botany: an Enumeration and Description of Useful Plants and Weeds, which merit the notice...of American Agriculturists
1847
 

DARLINGTON, WILLIAM. Address Delivered Before the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, at the Annual Exhibition, held Oct. 17, 1844. [Caption title].
1844
 

DAVY, HUMPHRY. Elements of Agricultural Chemistry, in a Course of Lectures for the Board of Agriculture...to which is added, A Treatise on Soils and Manures, as Founded on Actual Experience, and as Combined with the Leading Principles of Agriculture: in which the Theory and Doctrines of Sir Humphry Davy, and Other Agricultural Chemists, are Rendered Familiar to the Experienced Farmer. By a Practical Agriculturist.
1821
 

DOWNING, A.J. The Fruits and Fruit Trees of America...Illustrated with Many Engravings.
1858
 

DOWNING, A.J. The Fruits and Fruit Trees of America...Illustrated with Many Engravings.
1845
 

DUANE, WILLIAM JOHN. The Law of Nations, Investigated in a Popular Manner. Addressed to the Farmers of the United States.
1809
 

ESSEX AGRICULTURAL S The Trustees' Account of the Cattle Show, and Other Exhibitions, at Topsfield. Oct. 5, 1820.
1821
 

FORSYTH, WM. A Treatise on the Culture and Management of Fruit Trees....To which is Added, an Introduction and Notes, Adapting. . .the Treatise to the Climates and Seasons of the United States....By William Cobbett.
1803
 

FRANCIS, JOHN W. An Address...Before the New-York Horticulture Society, at Their Anniversary....
1830
 

GIRTY & ELLIOTT. Descriptive Catalogue of Agricultural and Horticultural Implements and Machinery, Field, Graden and Flower Seeds, Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Roses, Vines and Plants, with Brief Directions and Descriptions Relative to Plowing, Planting, Sowing, and Cultivating Varieties oof Seeds, Fruits, Trees &c., and Rules for the Application of Bone Dust, Guano, Poudrette, and Other Manures...
1851
 

HALE, MRS. S.J. Edit Flora's Interpreter: or the American Book of Flowers and Sentiments. Second Edition, Improved.
1833
 

HOARE, CLEMENT. A Practical Treatise on the Cultivation of the Grape Vine on Open Walls. With a Descriptive Account of an Improved Method of Planting and Managing the Roots of Grape Vines. To which is added, an Appendix, Containing Remarks on the Culture of the Grape Vine in the United States.
1847
 

HOOPER, E.J. Hooper's Western Fruit Book: a Compendious Collection of Facts, from the Notes and Experience of Successful Fruit Culturists, Arranged for Practical Use in the Orchard and Garden.
1857
 

HOOPER, EDWARD JAMES The Practical Farmer, Gardener and Housewife; or, Dictionary of Agriculture, Horticulture, and Domestic Economy: including Descriptions of the Most Improved Kinds of Live Stock...Raising of Silk...the Cultivation of Some Select Flowers and Ornamental Shrubs
1840
 

JOHNSON, LOUISA. Every Lady Her Own Flower Gardener. Containing Simple and Practicval Directions for Cultivating Plants and Flowers, in the Northern and Southern States, Also Flora's Revealings, Hints for the Management of Flowers in Rooms...
1844
 

JOHNSON, MRS. S.O. Every Woman Her Own Flower Gardener. A Handy Manual of Flower Gardening For Ladies. Fourth Edition.
1873
 

LOUBAT, ALPHONSE. The American Vine Dresser's Guide.
1872
 

MACMILLAN, HUGH First Forms of Vegetation.
1874
 

MANNING, ROBERT. Book of Fruits: Being a Descriptive Catalogue of the Most Valuable Varieties of the Pear, Apple, Peach, Plum & Cherry, for New-England Culture. To which are added the Gooseberry, Currant, Raspbery, Strawberry, and the Grape...also, Hardy Ornamental Trees and Shrubs. With Plates. First Series for 1838. [All pub.].
1838
 

MANWARING, CHRISTOPH Essays, Historical, Moral, Political and Agricultural.
1829
 

McCORMICK, C.H. & BR McCormick's Prize Harvesters[,] Mowers and Reapers, (Latest Improvements). [Wrapper title].
1868
 

MORRELL, L. A. The American Shepherd: Being a History of the Sheep, With Their Breeds, Management, and Diseases. Illustrated with Portraits of Different Breeds, Sheep Barns, Sheds, &c. With an Appendix, Embracing Upwards of Twenty Letters from Eminent Wool-Growers and Sheep-Fatteners of Different States, Detailing Their Respective Modes of Management.
1850
 

MORRIS, D. Institute of Jamaica. Popular Lectures. Third Series. Some Objects of Productive Industry. Part IV: Native and other Fibre Plants...
1884
 

NICHOLSON, JOHN The Farmer's Assistant...
1814
 

NICHOLSON, JOHN The Farmer's Assistant...
1814
 

OLMSTED, FREDERICK L Walks and Talks of an American Farmer in England. Part [I]-II.
1852
 

OVERTON, A.N. & D. Smut Exterminator! Seed Wheat Cleansed of Smut! Oatented by Alfred N. Norton, in September, 1861. [Caption title, in 4 lines]. Large 4to broadside.
1861
 

PHIN, JOHN. Open Air Grape Culture: A Practical Treatise on the Garden and Vineyard Culture of the Vine, and the Manufacture of Domestic Wine...a Selection of Examples of American Vineyard Practice, and...Thomery System of Grape Cultue.
1862
 

PONTEY, WM. The Forest Pruner; Or, Timber Owner's Assistant: A Treatise on...British Forest Trees; Whether Intended for Use, Ornament, or Shelter; Including an Explanation of the Causes of their General Diseases and Defects...
1808
 

PRINCE, WILLIAM R. & Chinese, or Japan Potato. [Caption title.]
1856
 

SINCLAIR, JOHN. The Code of Agriculture; Including Observations on Gardens, Orchards, Woods, and Plantations. First American Edition with Notes.
1818
 

SPOONER, ALDEN. The Cultivation of American Grape Vines, and Making of Wine.
1846
 

STEUART, HENRY. The Planter's Guide; or, a Practical Essay on the Best Method of Giving Immediate Effect to Wood, by the Removal of Large Trees and Underwood...
1832
 

THOMAS, JOHN J. The American Fruit Culturist, Containing Directions for the Propagation and Culture of Fruit Trees in the Nursery, Orchard and Garden...Illustrated with Three Hundred Accurate Figures.
1854
 

TRIMBLE, ISAAC P. A Treatise on the Insect Enemies of Fruit and Fruit Trees. With Numerous Illustrations drawn from Nature, by Hochstein, under the immediate supervision of the Author.
1865
 

VARLO, CHARLES. A New System of Husbandry...shewing how to raise good crops without manure...a new discovered cheap food for cattle, of cabbage and turnip husbandry...grains and grasses suitable for the land and climate of America...a new invented thrashing floor, also many chosen receipts in Physic and Surgery, for the Human Species, and others for the cure of all sorts of cattle...How to put a stop to runaway Servants.
1785
 

VARLO, CHARLES. A New System of Husbandry...shewing how to raise good crops without manure...a new discovered cheap food for cattle, of cabbage and turnip husbandry...grains and grasses suitable for the land and climate of America...a new invented thrashing floor, also many chosen receipts in Physic and Surgery, for the Human Species, and others for the cure of all sorts of cattle...How to put a stop to runaway Servants.
1785
 

WIGGINS, FRANCIS S. The American Farmer's Instructor, or Practical Agriculturist; Comprehending the Cultivation of Plants, the Husbandry of the Domestic Animals, and the Economy of the Farm...
1840
 

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