Sweet Potatoes

Sweet Potatoes

Date: 1901
Creator: Nesbit, D. M. (David Montgomery)
Description: Report discussing the cultivation of sweet potatoes, their importance as an export product, and instructions for storage and cooking.
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Experiment Station Work, [Volume] 15

Experiment Station Work, [Volume] 15

Date: 1900
Creator: United States. Office of Experiment Stations.
Description: Bulletin issued by the U. S. Department of Agriculture compiling selected articles from the Agricultural Experiment Stations. This bulletin contains articles on: Storing Apples Without Ice, Cold Storage on the Farm, Mechanical Cold Storage for Fruit, Keeping Qualities of Apples, Improvement of Blueberries, Transplanting Muskmelons, Banana Flour, Fresh and Canned Tomatoes, Purslane, Mutton Sheep, Effect of Cotton-Seed Meal on the Quality of Butter, Grain Feed of Milch Cows, and Protection Against Texas Fever.
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The Bounty of Texas

The Bounty of Texas

Date: 1990
Creator: Abernethy, Francis Edward
Description: This volume of the Publications of the Texas Folklore Society contains a miscellany of Texas, Mexican and Spanish folklore, including information about hunting, canning, cooking, and other folklore. The index begins on page 225.
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"We'll have lots to eat this winter, won't we Mother?" : grow your own, can your own.

"We'll have lots to eat this winter, won't we Mother?" : grow your own, can your own.

Date: 1943
Creator: Parker, Alfred, 1906-1985.
Description: A girl and her mother are canning vegetables in glass containers. Both have blond hair in ponytails and both are wearing white aprons with red trim. In the background is a shelf full of canned vegetables.
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[People Canning Food at NTSTC Canning Plant]

[People Canning Food at NTSTC Canning Plant]

Date: 1942
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of people working in the canning plant opened in the Agricultural Center during WWII.
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