Agriculture--United States--History--19th century
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Account book, 1835-1867, of an unidentified farmer which includes home medicinal remedies. Per 1840 and 1850 census reports, his customers live in an area ranging from Culpeper to Rappahonnock, Virginia.
Account book, 1886-1894, of an unidentified farmer which includes notes on English history. Location is possibly Albemarle County, Virginia.
Account book, 1894-1913, of an unidentified farmer which includes various notes, diary entries, and songs.
Account book, ca. 1875-1900, of an unidentified farmer. Lists loads of hay and price. Only 10 pages used. Possibly near Linville, North Carolina.
Four diaries written by Flora Inez Smith. Smith worked as a school teacher in Decatur County, Indiana. The diaries contain mentions of the weather, her job, daily life, and social activities. Early entries focus heavily on farm work that her brothers and father did during the day.
Content warning for derogatory language directed at Black individuals.
Papers of the Spew Marrow Agricultural Club, Granville County, N. C. Includes committee reports of farm inspections, reports by members, letters, lists of livestock statistics, subjects for experimentation, meeting schedules, minutes, attendance records, and newspaper clipping and printed pamphlet.
Papers, 1861-1887, of the Sprinkel family of Harrisonburg, Virginiaa. Includes letters, 1870-1887, of Charles A. Sprinkel, his wife Sallie Sprinkel, and his sons C. Carter Sprinkel and Walter Nelson Sprinkel as well as letters of C. A. Sprinkel & Co., Harrisonburg, dealers in agricultural implements; and accounts of Sprinkel & Bowman, Harrisonburg. Several letters concern attempted settlement of a tobacco claim.