3 edition of The Book of Wheat: An Economic History and Practical Manual of the Wheat Industry found in the catalog.
1908 by O. Judd .
Written in English
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New York:O. Judd,[c] Notes: Includes index. Subjects. Wheat Call Number. SBW5 D7. The book of wheat: an economic history and practical manual of the wheat industry by Dondlinger, Peter Tracy, b.
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Topics: Wheat. Publisher: New York:O. Judd,[c] OAI identifier: oai::item/ Provided by: Author: Peter Tracy Dondlinger. Description First published inthis volume was the result of fifteen years of study in the American Northwest.
The author contributed to the burgeoning field of industrial and economic history, providing a practical manual for the entirety of the wheat industry at the time. Whilst smaller studies had been published before, this was the first general work on the subject, covering topics including the wheat plant Seller Rating: % positive.
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