Checklist of United States Public Documents, 1789-1909, Third Edition Revised and Enlarged, Volume 1, Lists of Congressional and Departmental Publications Page: 198
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Classiflca- Al. SECRETARY-Continued
A1.8: [Department] reports-Continued
(nos.)  List of agricultural societies and farmers' clubs established to promote
agricultural, horticultural, and pomological interests of the
farmer on books of Department of Agriculture, July 4, 1876, with
list of agricultural colleges. 1876.
 Statement of appropriations and expenditures of Department of Agriculture,
1839-77. 1877. *
 General index of agricultural reports of Patent Office, 1837-61, and of
Department of Agriculture, 1862-76. 1879.
See, for supplement, 1877-85, A1.8:42.
See, for Index to annual reports of Department of Agriculture, 1837-93,
 Circular letter from commissioner of agriculture relative to manufacture
of maize and sorghum sugars. 1879.
 Letter of commissioner of agriculture to Jno. W. Johnston, chairman
of Committee on Agriculture, Senate, on sorghum sugar; [by
W. G. Le Duc]. 1880.
 Address of Geo. B. Loring and other proceedings of Cotton Convention
held in Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 2, 1881. 1881.
 Cooperative experimenting as means of studying effects of fertilizers
and feeding capacities of plants; by W. 0. Atwater. 1882.
 Artesian wells upon Great Plains, being report of geological commission
appointed to examine portion of Great Plains east of Rocky
Mountains, and report upon localities deemed favorable for making
experimental borings; [by C. A. White and Samuel Aughey]. 1882.
 Climatic and agricultural features, and agricultural practices and
needs of arid regions of Pacific slope, with notes on Arizona and
New Mexico; by E. W. Hilgard, T. C. Jones, and R. W. Furnas.
 Florida, its climate, soil, productions, and agricultural capabilities;
[papers by George B. Carse and James I. Foss]. 1882.
 Proceedings of convention of agriculturists held in Department of
Agriculture, Jan. 10-18 . 1882.
 Area and product of cereals grown in 1879 as returned by census of
 Culture of date; by W. G. Klee. 1883.
 Necessity of agricultural education, address before convention of
presidents and professors of agricultural colleges, etc.; by Augustine
J. Smith, Jan. 23, 1883. 1883. *
 Encouragement to sorghum and beet-sugar industry. 1883.
 Investigation of sorghum as sugar-producing plant; [by] Peter Collier.
 Preliminary report on forestry of Mississippi Valley [by F. P. Baker];
Tree planting on plains [by Robert W. Furnas]. 1883.
 Proceedings of national convention of cattle breeders and others,
called in Chicago, Nov. 1883, to consider subject of contagious
diseases of domestic animals. 1883.
 Report on jute culture and importance of the industry; by S. Waterhouse.
 Results of field experiments with various fertilizers; by W. 0. Atwater.
 Agricultural grasses and [forage plants] of United States, by George
Vasey; also Chemical composition of American grasses, by Clifford
[32 revised] Agricultural grasses and forage plants of United States, and
such foreign kinds as have been introduced, by Geo. Vasey; with
appendix on Chemical composition of [American] grasses, by Clifford
Richardson, and glossary of terms used in describing grasses. New
revised and enlarged edition. 1889.
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