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11 Mar

Farming (General)

Farm Implements, Tools, Fencing etc.

Poultry, Fowl, Birds





Irrigation, Sewage, Plumbing and water




Health / Medical

Fishing, Fish, Tackle, fly fishing, Angling

Firearms / Hunting

Trapping, Snares, Furs, Hides etc.

Shelter, Housing, Architectural



Milling, Metallurgy, Forging, Gearing, Machines



Machinery Mechanical

Gen Manufacturing, Craft, etc.

Materials, Properties, Strengths

Masonry, Concrete, Brickwork, Terra-cotta, Etc

Roads, Pavements etc.

Bookbinding / Printing

Old Tech.

Old Transportation

Cooking & Recipes

Food Preservation




New Bread Making section

Sweet Tooth

Beverages & Brewing


Woolens, Fabric, Knitting, Needlework, Spinning etc.

Garden, Agro, Threshing, Orchards

Grasses & Forage Plants

Wild Plants


Navigation and Maps




Here are some new Additions
Modern farm buildings, being suggestions for the most approved ways of designing the cow barn, dairy, horse barn, hay barn, sheepcote, piggery, manure pit, chicken house, root cellar, ice house, and other buildings of the farm group, 1913.pdf
A technical study of the maintenance and fattening of lambs and their utilization of a ration of alfalfa hay and corn (1928)
Experiments in pig feeding (1891).pdf
Feeding pigs on pasture (1924).pdf
Feeding farm work horses (1911).pdf
Principles of horse feeding (1903).pdf
Relative energy value of alfalfa, clover, and timothy hay for the maintenance of sheep (1928).pdf
Soybean hay and sweet-clover pasture for growing purebred draft fillies (1927).pdf
The growth of White Plymouth Rock chickens (1926).pdf
The Poultry Doctor Including the Homeopathic Treatment and Care of Chickens, Turkeys, Geese, Ducks and Singing Birds, Also a Materia Medica of the Chief Remedies.pdf
Wyandottes, silver, golden, black and white. Their origin, history, characteristics and standard points; how to mate, judge and rear them for exhibition and commercial purposes; with a chapter on their diseases and treatment (1891).pd


I received a PM for books on weeds and wild plants for food, medicine, and art.

Edible Wild Plants (1939).pdf
Mushrooms of America, edible and poisonous ([1885]).pdf
Sturtevant’s notes on edible plants (1919).pdf
Culpeper’s English physician.pdf

The complete herbal – Culpeper(ca 1650s)
The Ranidae how to breed, feed and raise the edible frog ([c1905]).pdf

American sewerage practice (1914).pdf
Some details of water-works construction (1888).pdf
The horse its care, maintenance, breeding, rearing, ailments, diseases and general treatment of the horse, including the cob, pony, hackney, and nag with hints on stable construction, breaking in, buying, and the management of the donkey (1911)

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