The agricultural and industrial sources of wealth and growth that accounted for this country's development as a flourishing nation are traced through the nineteenth-century experience of three U.S. regions--the northeast, south and midwest.Essays on the Economic History of Western Capitalism William N. Parker. setting. 11 The positioning of the stations in conjunction with the state agricultural colleges was a mixed blessing. ... testing, and even forestry work were added to some stationsa#39; duties by state legislatures, often without supplemental appropriations.
|Title||:||Europe, America, and the Wider World: Volume 2, America and the Wider World|
|Author||:||William N. Parker|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1991-04-26|