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About Colman's rural world and valley farmer [microform]. (St. Louis, Mo.) 1865-1865
St. Louis, Mo. (1865-1865)
Colman's rural world and valley farmer [microform]. : (St. Louis, Mo.) 1865-1865
- Alternative Titles:
Rural world and valley farmer
- Place of publication:
- St. Louis, Mo.
- Geographic coverage:
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- Benj. Bryan
- Dates of publication:
Ceased in 1865.
Vol. 17, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1865)-
- Saint Louis (Mo.)--Newspapers.
- Devoted to the interests of "the cultivators of the soil in the Mississippi Valley," Colman's Rural World and Valley Farmer was published for the farmer and his family. Articles included treatment of stock, barn and home architecture (plans for a 19' x 25' house for under $300), butter-making, notices of agricultural societies, designs of various farm implements and tools, homemaking hints and recipes, poetry, advertisements, grain and stock prices, and fiction for children. Cf. American periodicals, 1741-1900.
- Editor: Jan. 1-<Nov. 15>, 1865, Norman J. Colman.
- Title from caption.
- sf 88091524
- Succeeding Titles:
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