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1841 to 18(07'.


Ae88saant in Charge of D~ocumecnt Sc4ctioi., lMvi~iun uof Jublicatione.

GEO. WM. HILL, Chief of LDivi8ion of Puibliea lions.




Washington, D. C., June 27, 1898.
SiR: I have the honor to transmit for publication as Bulletin No. 4 of the Division of Publications an Index to Authors with Titles of their Publications Appearing in the 1)ocuments of the Department of Agriculture from 1841 to 1897, inclusive; the agricultural reports published previous to 1862 as a part of the Patent Office reports being considered for the purposes of this work as agricultural reports. This index was prepared by Mr. George F. Thompson while assistant in charge of the document section of this Division, but it is due to him to say that while it thus appears properly, as the title-page shows, under the direction of the chief of this Division, the greater part of the work was actually done by Mr. Thompson outside of the regular business hours, and both the suggestion and the plan of the work are largely his own.
The difficulties experienced by this Division during the past two years in its effort to answer all inquiries relating to the department publications give assurance of the usefulness of the present publication and invite further effort in the direction of index work.
Very respectfully,
GEe. W1. HILL,
Hon. JAMES WILSON, ( 'hiety.
eeretary of Agriculture.



In the Document Section, where requests for publications receive attention, a constant necessity exists for indexes of all series of the Department publications. This necessity is all the more apparent since the Division of Publications, on taking up the work of the Document Section, determined upon the policy of replying specifically to every communication received. These requests came in all manner of forms-sometimes by the number of the document, sometimes by its title, sometimes by the author's name, and sometimes by vague reference to the subject-matter. This catalogue of authors and their titles is the outgrowth of this necessity, but of course it only partially answers the requirements of complete reference books of the Department publications.
Although a conscientious effort has been made to include every author and his title, except the brief and unimportant letters appearing in the earlier agricultural reports, the hope can hardly be indulged that the catalogue is free from errors of omission; however, the hope is indulged that the errors are so few as not to impair its usefulness. There is in the documents issued by this Department a vast amiouint of literature which bears no signature. There are many such articles in the annual reports and the reports of the Statistician. Of course such articles are not mentioned in an author's catalogue. Neither can proper credit be given here to a large amount of the work done on the Experiment Station Record and the seven volumes of Insect Life. The plan of the work is to give a synopsis only where it is necessary to explain what is not clearly shown in the title. Sometimes such a title could not be framed, and in other instances there evidently was no effort to give the article a proper heading.
Previous to 1862 the agricultural reports were published as a part of the Patent Office Reports, but in this work, as in previous indexes, they are all considered as Agricultural Reports.
A key to) the abbreviations used in the references is given. Articles which are without heads are supplied by myself, and are indicated by being inclosed in brackets.


Ag------------------------ Agriculture, bib------------------------...Library.
AOsN8 ------------------- Agrostology. M Ii se--------------------MNIiseellaneous.
B. A. I.--..--Bureau, of* Animal INdustry. Mo------------------------....Monthly.
Biol. Surv.. DIivision of Biological Surve 'y. Mto. W. R.- Monthly Weather Review. Bot--------------------------Blotany. N. A. Fauna----..North American Fauna.
Chei-- -----Iision of Clmnistry. Nat .....................National,
Cont------------------- Contributions. ni. s-----------------------------nRew series.
Cot-------------------------...Cott oi. 0. E. 8S-- Office of Experiment Stations.
lDis------------------------.... iseases. 0. ati Mt - Di\ isiofl of' Ornitliology and
D~oe----------------------...J)ociinient. WilllnmalogyN.
E~t------- ivsin f ttoinlology Path---------------------...Pathology,
E Tit. Com. -IU. S. E 11toiiiolo-i ca] C1omimis- Pow ........................Porn ioI oyv.
81011. Puibs~ ..........-lji\ision of Publications,
E. Si. It----Ex periment Station Record. Rpt-------------------------.RI Zepo))r t.
F .B--------F'arnler&S Bllcit. s .-.----.----------------------------. .. .... ..series
Fiber- -ffice of' Fiber Iivestigationes. So i18----------------..l)ivislon of Soils.
for------------------------- Forestr. Sp-------------Special.
For. Mkts-. Se ctioii of Foreig-n Mlarkets S t.:it--------------------....Stat-iz4ician.
11I ...........-Iouse fit' Itpe e ta s t. K ......... ...........technlical Series.
II ern,--------------------I...erlari iim t i Tuin--------- nuihrd
1. .......................-Inlsect Life. Veg----------------------.....Vegetable..
1141------------------------- .. .. .Inquiry. W. B-------------, .. .,...Weather Bureau.
Irri ........................---Ig~tilin. W. It..--------------Weather l1'eview
.Joiir. ycol-----....Journal of' Mycilogy. Y. B----------------------..... Yearbook.


Abbe, Cleveland.
The International Conference [meteorological]. AgY. Rpt. 1891,
pp. 626-631.
Instrumental, corrections; methods of reduction; resulting accuracy. iRpt. Chief W. B., 1891-92, pp. 37-48.
Determination of the true amount of precipitation and its bearing
on theories of forest inflences. For. Bul. No. 7, pp. 1-65-18G.
The marine nephoscope and its usefulness to the navigator. W. R.
Bul. -No. 11, pt. 1, pp. 161-167, illus. 1894.
The meteorological work of the U. S. Signal Serviee, 1,S70 to 181.
W. B. Blul. No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 232-280-.. 1895.
Abbott, L. S.
Potato culture in Laike County, Ohio. Ag. Rpt. 1865,1)PP. 295-299.
Aids to cattle feeding. -Ag. Rpt. 1866, pp. 211-21-5.
Thetrli-arisWee to grow tirnips-Efft-ts of' traiispl nti ugSize from different sowing-s-Keepinig quali11ty of thle Eulssiani turnpFm
der-Q uatitity und qjuality-Timt aiw fr sow-in, within restilts-I Iow to) (-lIt,
aud cure.
Adams, 1P. G.
Agriculture in commnon schools. Misc. 8Sp]. Rpt. No. 9, pp. 17-1-187
Adams, Mrs. L. B.
Fatrmers' boys. Ag. Upt. 18S63, pp. 307-313. Affleck, Thomas.
11Report onl fi-rm11 crops, etc., in Mississippi.] Ag. RIt. 1849, pp.
Aiken, D. Wyatt.
The grangre: lt.s origin, progress, anid edlucationil lpurposes Spi.
Rpt. No. .55, lpp. 18. 1883.
Paper reaid hpforv a convenitioni called IN-y the (Co~inissioiuer 4of Agrivuli ore
January 2:), 1X83, to) voiisidevr thic siibjeet o)I agriculttral educin,t'1
The grrange: Its origin, progress, aid purposes Misc. Sid. 1)p
No 2, P f-4 83
Aitken, John.
Observations of atmospheric dust. WV. FII. Iu1. No. 2, p~t. 3, pp1.
44-7547 illus. 1896.
Albert, Prince of Moniaco.
Th'le creaItionl of mleteoroloical ob~servatorives onl i simtid s coii ccted
by cable with a conticinet, W. it. Bid. No. 2, pt. 1, pp. 15$I NO(.


Aldrich, 3. M.
Notes of the season from South Dakota. 1. L., vol. 4, pp. 67, 68S.
Spraying without a pump-preli mi nary notice. 1. L., vol. 7, pp.
114,.115. 1894.
Totes on the insects of North Idaho. 1. L., vol. 7, pp. 201, 202.
Spraying without a pump. Enit. Bul. No. 2,ui.s&,pp).,,29. 1806. Aldrich, W. B. '
Enin~iieering experimnenitstationis. 0. E.S. Bud.No. 4l,pp.116-118.
Alexander, E. P.
The destructive forces of hurricanes arid the conditions of safety
and clanger. Mo. W. IR., vol. 24, pp). 1,53-156 illuis. 1896. Allen, A. B.
Swvift's cast-iron grain, coffee, aiid spice mills. Ag. Upt. 1847. bp.
1542, 543, illus.
Salt andl fresh water marsh hay. Ag. Rpt. 1876, pp. 296-298. Allen, Charles.
[Report on iarmi crops, etc., in Rhode Island.]I Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp.
Allen, E. W.
Legumiinous plants for green manuring andI for feeding. F. B. No.
16, pp. 24. 1894.
&review of' recent work on dairying. E. S. R., vol. 5, pp. 943-974
1043-1069. 18194.
I'lie feeding of farixi animals. F. 11. No. 22, pp. 32. 1895.
l)airy work at the experiment stations. B. S. R., vol.8, pp. 359-367.
Allen, H.
[Report on fiarmi crops, etc., in Wisconisin.j Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp.
Allen, H. W.
Diseases amongr Korean cattle. 8th andl 9th Rpts. B. A. 1., pp. 379w
380. 1893.
Allen, 3. FP.
JItemariks 0,' the grape disease of FllroIpe. Ag. lRpt. 1854, pp. 3[11
31 2.
Allen, Lewis F.
Impro)vemenit oni native cattle. Agr. lipt. 1866, pp. 294-320, illuls.
'I'lie illt'roduc(tiloll of pure) forvignbed-fmtl-hevleadiprac
of our nieat cat tle-liereast, of* our neat catttIe-Prsont consumption of 1welf cattle inl thei 1aiited States-increase of weight in ouir cattle-ProteIwded lil,,ory of tile othr-AiranSrtos-eradttioii to) Mur Cdirnate nl 'iilm-Not, to be recomnedA every where-] low oulr native ca1ttle r to be0 iniprovedl--how bulls shoufld be kept for breediing pul-pses-Time i an pIrt0Ajuce( of u1siugr tHoroughbredI bulls-Hlow stock Mili d be bredii id eard-Pepain stock for fattening-A comparison o1f lroit--N i feb cows -11w proper selection of bulls fo(r breedfing-Breedintg tli oro ughbredI S Iort IoIr1s-MAnwgemen t of the bull-Econowy IW fattening Cattle.


len, Levvis r.-continned
The Shortborn breed of cattle. Ag. Rpt. 18757 pp. 416-426, illus.
Considered with reference to the beef and dairy interests J ited
States-The Shorthorns-Our beef expoi-tations-Pie Shorthorns for dair
American live, stock. Mo. Rpt. 1876, pp. 403-413. Allen, Morrill.
[Report oil farm crops.] Ag. Rpt. IS48, pp. 358-361 AUhigham, William.
Tlie foi-ecasting of ocean stories, and the best inetliods of n1aUng
sucli forecasts available to comnierce. AV. B. Bul. No. 21 pt. 11
pp. 150-158. IS94.
Allston, R. F. W.
I-tice crop of South Carolina- in 1849. Ag. Rpt. 1,849, pp. 305-307.
Rice culture [in South Carolina,]. Ag. Rpt. IS50, pp.
[Iteport on farm crops, etc., in South Carolina, J'pt. 1851,
[Report oil farm crops. etc., in Soutli Caiolina.] Ag. lk'pt. 18521
Pp. S 7-89.
I'vice. Ag. Rpt. 1854, pp. 153-159.
hitro(hictimi itito the Fiilted States-CnItivatimi-I farN-t-tim -'Illie crops, of
18-5-1-1"khles sllm% illg cotijparatjN e. export of rice h-oin Clim-leston. ls.53
and 1854.
Alvarez, Manuel.
11teport oil faun emps, etc., ill New Mexic().] Acr. 1x'pt. 1851, pp.
4 8 9 4 It 0'.-2.
Alvord, C. T.
Oil potato disease. Ag. Ppt. pp. 569-572.
The inaniff4c.thii-e of inaple suo-ar. Ag. Upt. 1862, pp. '3194-40"'). Alvord, Henry E.
Vie daii-y lierd: Its forniati0l"I 111(1 manao'enient. Y. B. 1894, pp.

The inanufacture and consimiption of viieese. Y. B. 1895, pp.
453-4741 illus.
(*rowfli of' flic M(bigtr ind coinpoiltion ()I'
iIIr tjI(- collsilillptioll of clivese-Expol'i ti-mle ()I, clicesc-St'illstic", of
fl; 17 i ts of, Calla(LI-I'lie
11 y iiitores III:)I11If';ICtIII'(- of, Sl'iIII c1leeso III A 1114.1-1C.11
Oleomargarim, (-1i;,vse--\VaN-S to illlpro\ e flic 11-:1411. 111 (.11ec"e-Accessit.\ (it'
classifyitig :iii(I 1jr.m (lillig Ive
How toseleel g(x)(1(theese. B. A. 1. Cil.c. No. 11, pp. 11. ilhis. 189G.
Statistics of t1w (lairy. (Colllpile(l fi-onl tile I Tilite(l St'Ites cen"-ols
For 1890 aii(l fi-mn ot-lier i-efi;ihle s0iii-ces, Nvitll expl.111.1tol-Y ilotes.)
B. A. 1. Bul. No. 11, pp. 53, illiis. 189G.
[PI-esideliti"ll a(ldl-ess before tile Associ:ltioll ()I, Aineric;lll Airi'lCliltill-al C olletresalld 1Axpel-illient, Stalions. F. S. 1"(11. N (). .30
pp. 210 31. 1896.
The dairy livi-d: Its foi-ination and in all aoeinvi it. It'. fl). No. 50-0. pp.
247 1 89"T.
Reprhitt d fi-oin Yvai-book foi- IS94.


Alvord, Henry R-Cotfflnued.
List of offleialsaiid associations connected with the dairy interests
ill the Viiited States and Cauada for 1897 B. A. 1. Cire. No. 18,
1)1). S. 1897.
Creaiiicries or butter factories: Advantages, location, organization,
aud equipment. 12th and 13th B. A. 1. 097-316 illus.
Alwood, Wfiliam B
Tests with insecticides woon garden insects. Ent. Bul. No. 13, pp.
38-47. 1887.
jteI)oi-t, oil Ohio insects. E iit. Bul. No. 13,pl). 48,53. 1887.
Stra\vherry leaf-heetle (Paria alcri-inea), strawberry root-I)orer ((;)-apioj)8 ei-mvii-I)orer (Tylodcrma froyaritu), plantaiii eurenlio (.11(w)-olm 81).), 1 lle"v 0,it 11,v (Oschii, ? sp.), (-.ibbage plant-lonse (-IPhi8 1)ntisicw), cabbage worms (Plusia brassic(v and Picris r.ipu), corn alibis (_Ipliis niawi8), clover seed mid-re (Cecidomyia legionitticolu), May beetle (Lach))osferwi fu, ca' Ptcromalus Imparwit mid .-Ivaiitcle8 (donteratus..Apaiitele,4 congrcgatlf, .
1,1el)ort on experiments with remedies against the hoplotise. Ag.
I %I) t. 1888. 1) 1) 10 2-11.17 i I I u s.
iised in applyiii- iiisecticides-Field trials of si,)ray Dilt (Ili ines- Local efforts imide to destro\- the hoplollse.
List of hortictilturists of the ap-ricultural experiment stations ill
TTIite(l StateS
the ) 7 witli an otitline of the work in hortictilhire at
Ilie several St.160118. 0. E. S. Bill. No. 4, pp. 27. 1889.
Stan(hird fittiiigs for spray machinery. 1. L., vol. 4, pp. 58 59.
A note mi reiiiedies for the born 'fly. 1. L., vol. 4, pp. 68, 69. 1891.
18 c0openation for the control ot'8,in Jose scale Ent.
_I)Ml.',No. 61, n. s.1 80-84. 1896. Ambler, John C.
Letter oil cost of raising eorn. A(,-. Rpt. 1847,1). 401. Ancrum, H.
Oil wool mattresses A". Rpt. 1847, pp. 509-512.
NVIP(d 111,11 lrcstiv, thc niaterhM aud tli(, md.v ono that ought to I)e used
for hoddill". forall :1-osalld Al ranks-Mode ()I' makiii-a wool mattress11.1111141 111"11111j'Awtill-es of" Nvool-Ilonle 111.11-ket for -\vool. Anderson, E. R.
I Iteporl oil (,otton iiisects.] Cot. fiisects, Ill). 3,52-356. 181.).
1kepol-t, 111)011 tile, cotton Nvoriii hi soutli Texas in flie simimr mid
v,111Y 81111111)(.1. of ISS3. P"Alt. BIll. No.3, pl).31-38. 1883.
E'ilt olliolmr1c"I'l rellm.t. -1111 UPI. EAlt. Com, Ill). 34-18 appx. Iv.

Anderson, F. W.
'I'lle 1):l"tond resollives of Alonfima. Ag. 'RIA. 1888, 1)1). 311-3241

Milillig and stock t)f

Briet, 1lotes m) a I'v\v voillilloll 1,1111gi of MmItan.a. AmIr. Mvcol., Vol.
30-32. IS89.
'Notes joil Ole fillig-i of 11olella, Aloiltanal. '1011r. Mycol., vol. 5, 1)1).
82-8-1. 1889.


Anderson, r. W.-Continued.
A preliminary list of the Erysii)lie,,e of __Nfontana. Jour. Mycol.
Vol. 5, pp. 188-194. 1889.
Notes on certain Uredine-e an(IUstilagine,-e. Jour. A.1veol., vol. 6,
pp. 121-12 7. 1891.
Anderson, P. W., and J. B. Ellis.
A new Ustilago from Florida. Jour. Alycol., Vol. (1), pp. 116.117.
Anderson, F. W., and IF. D. Kelsey.
Erysipheiv upon Phgtol41ts distortioax. Jour. Alycol., Vol. 5, pp.
2097 210. 1889.
.nderson, James.
Rotting heinp. ,&g. Rpt. 18497 pp. 330,331. Anderson, T. J.
Exper-iineiits a determination of moisture and ether extniet.
Cliem. Bul. 'No. 28, pp. 937 94. 1890.
Report oil food and feeding stull's lov in carbobydr.ites. Gliel-fl.
Bt1l. No. 35, pp. 12 4-135. 1892. Andrews, C. C.
The sugar beet in Swe(len. Mo. Rkpt. 1872, pp. 133-137.
Statistics of alg-ri cid tare in S\veden and Norway. .11(). 'Rot. 18-3.
pp. 259-263.
1 i'lot a t i o i i o f c ro ps, i I 1 8 w e d e i 1. 11 o. R, 1) t. 18 7 3, 1) 1). 363. 16 1.
Arriciilture ill Ital A 6
Y g. llupt. 1876, pp. 2,83-287.
The condition and needs ot'spring wheat vii1ttire ill Ole Nortliwesfl,
Spl. RIpt. No. 40; pp. 61. 1882.
European roads. Road In(j. Bul. No. 2. pp. 8, 1). 189-1. Angley, Samuel, and C. A. White.
Artesiaii Avefls iipon the Great Plmiis; being the report of, a goologic"ll voinillissioll 'Ippointed to examme a pot-tion of' Hie Ittivat Plains east of the Rocky iNlomit,iins, wid r(,q)m-t upom IIIc 11)call ties deellied most f(avol"Ible for 111,111illo- expel-linellt"ll borill"S.
Unimm. rpt., pp. 1-33" 1882. Angot, M. Alfred.
Clolid p1lotogi-aphy. W. B. ]'Pill. No. 21 pf. 31 pp. 169-772. IS96.
Anguera, Don Pablo.
jltelmarks oil cotton ill Sp',ini.1 Ag. Upt. 1817)6. Ili). 2651 266. Antisell, Thomas.
Iteport of fliv Cliemist. kg. 1'pt. 1866,
Ctiltivatioll of cillcliolm ill tile Ullited ISO;, p1w.

Report of flie Clicinist. A-,-. Upt. 1,S(;7, pp. 31-57.
Aiiioiiiit (ifsug:it, Ill(] 111411;Ism's Ill-odill-vil ill flit, I'llitc(I st:ltv- Ili ISO$Clillsillilptioll '11 Elivoliv ill fl iv vvti- mliI,:ii- prm itictim i :im l i-4ilii 11M I SlIj,_,.Ir cl ti-it"s Ili E lli-olle ill ISG I --- 1-:111-tope;iii Iw ct siiir:ir 1) 1,( 11111 c i I ii t*,, i
t1i 1-ve \ o l T's (I I I I I I ,, 1 SGG -- N\'It i t, I si I v i.t i I r( -41 t III i Nv ii I t I v., 13 11
top- % 11 i t I, I'll I", --( '.tN( I-Ill Ili I I I,v c I I( INv A 111,11il)l W 1111cc \ 14,1(led
1\-, of 1 1111'"141-All 111,4144%13es of ()[I tilt- 4.1lellih-M collip"SAioll of till' 114-t.t.


Antisell, Thomas -Continued.
Greensand mnarl as a manure. Mo. iRpt. 1867, pp. 368-370.
Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. 1868, pp. 59-77.
Greensand maria-Their position and geological relation-Grenad of Delaware-Maria from Virginia and Maryland-Action and value of greensand
maria-Native phosphatic manure&.
Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. 1869, pp. 65-749.
Sumac, wines, soils, mnaria, natural fertilizers, sweet Potato.
Value of sewage deposit of the city of Washington. Mo. Rpt.
1869, pp. 228-230.
Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. 1870, pp. 91-107.
Arachi8 hypogea-Ground nuit-Peanut-Residue fromi aluim springs-CoalGypsumn-MaNI~s: Their use and influience-Beet suigar-Western or
alkalii soils-M~eat extract-Indian foods. Applegate, Jesse.
[Rep~ort on farm crop, etc., in Oregon.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 468474,.
Aquilar y Santilare, Rafael.
Brief sketch of the development of meteorology of Mexico. W. B.
Bnl. No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 335-338. 1895. Aren, F.
[Rteport on farm crops, etc., in Cass County, Illinois.1 Ag. Rpt,
1848, pp. 540, 541.
Arenz, Fr.
I R-eport on farm crops, etc., in Illinois.] Ag. Ept. 18Z1, p. 443. Armsby, H. P.
Is a digestion experiment fallacions? 0. E. S. Mise. Bul. No. 3,
pp. 89, 90. 1891.
JDigestion experimients-recent work abroad. 0. E. S. Misc. Bul,
No. 3, pp. 13.2-137. 1891. Armstrong, H. J., jr.
IttRepor(t onl the commerce of G"renoble, France.] For. Mkts. Bill,.
No. 3, pp). 50-52. 1895.

Arrhenius, 3.
Alsike clover. Agr. R'tpt. 1865, pp .352-355. Arthur, 3. C.
Pemir blighlt, (Mlicrocoecu8s amylororu8). Ag. Rpt. 1886, pp. 125-129. Ashburner, C. E., jr.
0wi hiighiways: Thieir construction and maintenance. Road linq,
BalI. No. 11, pp. 32-34. 1895.
M.1aeadaimizedl roads. Itoad lnql. ~ul. No. 17, pp. 31-:14. 1895. Aahlby, Newton 1B.
I!Report onl thle commerce of Dublin, Ireland.] For. Mkts. Bill.
No.1, pp.145-1.53. 1895. Ashley, 3. B.
IRCIeport onl farm c-rops, etc., Wi Ihlinois.j Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp). 4024A.,


Ashmead, William H.
Report on insects injurious to garden crops in Florida. Ent. Bul.
No. 14, pp. 9-29. 1896.
Cabbage plusia (Plu8ia bras8iea), cabbage plutella (Pluhitella crciferarumnt),
cabbage aphis (Aphis bra8ssic), list of other insects found on cabbage in Florida, corn worm (Heliothis arniger), mining fly (1Diastata sp. ?), other corn insects, tomato worm (Sphintx carolina), tomato-stalk borer (Gortyna sitela), tomato aphis (Megoura solani), eggplant aphis (Siphonophora cclulrbita), insects affecting the tea plant, bean cutworm (Tle8sila cinereola), squash bug (Anasa tristis), squash borer (Eutdioptis nitidalis), squash-vine borer (Milittia ceto), melon borer (Eudiopt~i hyalinata), melon-plant louse
(Aphi8 citrulli).
Report on an outbreak of the army worm, and on some other insects
affecting grain in Maryland. I. L., vol. 3, pp. 53-57. 1890.
An encyrtid with six-branched antennu. I. L., vol. 3, pp. 455457, illus. 1891.
A new spider parasite. I. L., vol. 6, pp. 259,260. 1894.
Notes on cotton insects found in Mississippi. 1. L., vol. 7, pp.
25-29, 240-247, 320-326. 1894.
Ashton, C. J.
Report of the chief of the Seed Division. Ag. Rpt. 1896, pp.
Amann, R.
The balloon ascensions of November 14, 1896. Mo. W. R., vol. 24,
pp. 457,458. 1896.
Atherton, G. W.
[Presidential address before the Association of American Agri cultural Colleges and Experiment Stations.] 0. E. 8.. Misc. Bul.
No. 2, pp. 65-78. 1890.
Atkinson, Edward.
Egyptian cotton. Mo. Rpt. 1867, pp. 417-420.
Suggestions -for the establishment of food laboratories in connection with the agricultural experiment stations of the United
States. O. E. S. Bul. No. 17, pp. 20. 1893.
Suggestions regarding the cooking of food. Unnum. rpt., pp. 31,
illus. 1894.
Atkinson, G. P.
Note on a cotton cutworm. I. L., vol. 4, p. 31. 1891.
Note on a nematode leaf disease L., vol. 4, p. 31. 1891.
Anthracnose of cotton. Jour. Mycol., vol. 6, pp. 173-178, illus.
Diseases of cotton. O. E. S. Bul. No. 33, pp. 279-316, illus. 1896.
Atwater, W. 0.
Recent progress in agricultural science. Mo. Rpt. 1874, pp. 26-37.
Agricultural experiment stations in Europe. Ag. Rpt. 1875, pp.
Growth of the experiment stations-How founded and supporteed-evenuies
and working force-Revenues of Pruasian experiment 8tatious-Equipmont and location of stations.


Atwater, W. O.-Coti tin tied.
Agricultural experiment stations in Europe. Mo. Rpt. 1876, pp.
Contlimed from pao-v 524,.:Uinual Report of 1875.
Fertilizers. Coo1wrative exI)eriments a-s a means of studying effects
of fertilizers and the feeding capacity of -11ants. Unnum. rl)t..
1)1). 33. 1881.
Co(q)erative exI)erimei&i as a means ()f stu(lylDg the effects of fer.
tilizers- ail(I the feeding capacity of plants. Unnum. rpt., pp.
27-371 in 111'roceedimrs.- 1882.

Re.-oilt-, of field ex jwriwents with various fertilizers. Unnum. rpt.,
1)1). 183. 18S3.

Peimrt of the Director of the Office of Exi)erimeut Stations. Ag.
I t 1) t I SSS, 1) p. 503 T 5 5 8.
Establislimentand first work of tho Office (,f Experiwent Stations-Publialid development ()f statioits in the 1'nitedStatesList of'a.,,-ri(--iiltttral experiment stations in the United States.

Relmrt of the .1.)irector of the Office of Experiment Stations. Ag.
RIA. ISS9, pp. 485--44.
lilt roductimi-()perations of the 01lice of E' xperinient Stations-Work of
the Ye(II.-PlOdications ()t, the officoof Experimerit Stations-Pulilications ill 410111,1-f, ()f of statistics and historical dataWork t,01- the comin- vear-The iii(licatimi of special lines of inijuiry to I)e purstic(I 1) N, thc statimis-The Nvoi-k of' the stitious-Soine features of tho W(Wh of thc Califol-nia wants of different soils01licial examitiatimis of fertilizers-Vei-tilizer
commercial 1*( rtiliz(,i s-ll()iii(,-iiiix( (I fertilizers-Ashes as a fertilizerField experinicitts ,vith fertillzers--Soil tests by fariners-Differejives in soils :ill([ crops as to i'ooit needed-Potash in. fertilizers-Potash ou the blite-grass soils of' Kentucky-Tests of' and.
Ill swilic fee(lill",-01ttoll-secd litills andineal as feediii- st.iiffs-lietter cows for the (lair.y-Dairying-Butter inaking-Creariie I. i es S e e 4 t te s t i I I I [a r (I y fi, I I i ts -T1 i v d e h o r i i i i i, r o f c a t t le- S t, i t i sti cs o f the 4:01ons-L'ites of work purstie(I at the stations-List of igrividtimil
scll()ols alld colle-es ill the 1)'11ited Stites- k-riciiltural colle,,es recently
01,14,11lize(t-Farmers, institutes-Growth and statlis of the experiment stat i ( )n enterprise iii the 1Tt)itv(t States-Diffictilties and (Lingers-Promise of
snecess ()f* the expet-imeut station eiiterprise.
The what and w1i al experiment stations. F. -11. No.
of agrictiltur,

ttelmi-t ()1' the Director or the Office of F,'xpei-iment, Stations. Ag.
14A. 1890, 1)1). 189-555.
of' the (Mice of Experiment Station.9-AVork of tho ycir--Spocial fvatiircti of' the Nvork of thecOnling year-The indication of lHics of' Mquii-y to he pm-sited b v the stittiolls- l%,epl.(!S(,IltitiolI (it' tho experimelit statimis at the World's Columbian Exposition in 1893-,Statistics ()I* the statimis--Statimis recently orgatiizetl-Line8 of work pursue(I by thc skitiolls-11111strations of station NNoi-ii-Corti-\\'Iieat-C(ottonLeglimillmis 111:111ts-The .14-iIiiisition of' itmosplierie nitrogen by plantsniellimls of testing, milk-Tho agricultural C011V11V-S ill([ e\1wriment colleges recently organize(I-Tho Association of ikmeriuin Agricultural Colleges and Experimeiit Stations-The tenchiii ofe\perimice regarding tho work oftho stationsList 4)f plibliVatiolls of the Office of' Experimont Stations-List of agri.
C111hir;d s(.Ij()()Is and c(die-es iii tho I'nitud States.

Work Of th(.1, LrriCUJt111-a1 VXI)eritneiit, st-,itions. F. B. No. 2, pp. 16.


Atwater, W. O.-Contintied.
[A report of the ajinual meeting of the German Association for the
Advancement ot' Science.] 1'. S. R'.. vol. 3, pp. 207-212. 1891.
Experiment stations ia .11olland. E. S. lk'.., vol. 57 pp. 669-675.

Food tand diet. Y. B. 181947 pp. 3-57,3881 illus.
Defiiitiou of foodati(l econoiny-Thcactual nutrimetit offoo(jaml its costNutritive iii-re(lients of foo(I-Cheap mid (lear foo4ls-1)i-esii1pi1:ty of food-The fitting of fim(ls to the ijee(ls of the of' (tally
dietaries-Dietaiv stan(lants for mcii at muscular \\ork-11o foo(I of people ill busin('8S .11i4l professional life-Dietaries of laboi in- people-F,,ool, Nvoi-k, aml. Nvages iii the 1-nited States mj(t ill Emope-The nuti'llion of the morkiii-iniii and his elevation-Food of p-ople with scanty iiOurishmeiit-Nutritimi mill workilpr povei--The bo(ty of a in;tchitie-Errors ill om, 10ml. economy --Pnrcli:tse of llee(ll(,.Ssl\- expellsivi, kill(Is ot, 1 ()o(1-NVabtu
of' f0od-'Fhe foo(l of' the poor-Nee(I of research.

Method-, an(I results of i i i ve-stigat lolls oil the Chemistry 'CIlld
economy ot* food. 0. Ed. S. I'ml. -No. 21, pp. 222, illus. IS195.
Fooil allot it', pn-sellt- lise to[- 4,f fimml Illaterials- The
(14resulbilltv of' fim(I-PreparatiOn of f0ml (c()okm--i-t'.,o of' foo(t. ill the t)()tl\- -Metabolisin of eiien,-v (illemile .111(i ollt"-() (01, ho(k -Pv(-lllll;ll.v
eC01101111V Of t'Oo(I-Fooll (-Ollsiiiiiptioii-Stiiitt.ii-(Is fOr
our f0oit ecoijoiu -.

Foods: Nutritive valueand cost. F. B.No. 2:), pp. 32, illus. 1,395.

Atwater, W. 0., and C. F. Langworthy.
A digest of metabolism experiments ill which the balance ol'im-oinvi
and outgo are determined. S. ]')ill. No. 45, pp. 43 1. I'S"G.
Atwater, W. 0., and Charles D. Woods
The clivinical comi)().Siti0l) of* .21111efiCilit I'()()([ IMLIcrials. 0. E'. S.
Bill. -No. 28, Pp. -17, illus. 1896.
Comments oil flie (lietary Studies at the Ullivel-Sity of Temicssee.
0. F% S. Bul. No. 21.), pp. .33-45. 1896.
J7jliNCl._,'ty of
Comments oil the food investilration at the
0. E'. S. I ti 1. -,No. :; I 1) 1). 2 1 -2 4. 1896.

Comments oil the (11v-tary stmlics at Purdue Univci-sity. 0. 11j. S.
Bul. -No. 3", pp. 23-28. 1896.

Djetary Stmlit's witli referelice to fimd ot, the llvgro ill Al;lballla Ill
1895 all(I 1891;. E. S. Bill. No. :)Is, p1l. 69, illils. I.S97.
'Conoluctv(I \vith tile cooperation of tilt- Tu ,kv ,i-v Noi-mal aii(l luilitstrilil,
Ilistitilte .111(i tilt-Agricultill-:11 ;111(1 M ccllalliv;il Com position ofAh bama looil loll fit' a][11111.", ()f 1,41m l illatcH;118 -Tho illve4ti-at i0lis at 'I'llske-4-o- 1 )et;Ills jf 114lics- 1 )iscl1r%Moil. (it' reistills.
Dietal. Stullies ill N(,\\- York ("it Ili IS95 and 1896. 0. K kul.

Atwater, W. 0., Charles D. Woods, mid F, G. Benedict,
Report ot, tile preliminary ill v( ,,-,;tigatiolls on the illctAbolisill of*
11itro".4,11 and cal-boll ill the ortrallisill, \\ Ith a
calorie me ter of' spcclal construction. 0. E. S. B111. No. 11, pp. 611
illils. Ps 14) -4

Atwood, Geo. W.
The frititm of' Florida. Ag. Upt. IS67, pp. 140-1170


Austin, Amory.
Rice: Its cultivation, production, and distribution in the United
States and tbforeign countries. Stat. Misc. Rpt. No. 6, pp. 76.
Avery, Giles B.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp.
Babcock, S. M.
Report on dairy products. Chem. Bul. No. 35, pp. 7-20. 1892.
(Presidential address before the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists.] Chem. Bul. No. 38, pp. 3-5. 1893. Babinet, M.
Methods in use in France in forecasting floods. W. B. Bul. No. 2,
pt. 1, pp. 94-101. 1894.
The best means of finding rules for predicting floods- in water
courses. WV. B. Bul. No. 2, pt. 1, pp. 142-149. 1894. Bacon, William.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp.
Paragraphs on the season-wheat crop, barley, oats, rye, buckwheat, corn,
potatoes, hemp, and flax, tobacco, silk, sugar, rotation of crops, root crops, pease, orchard, dairy, farm animals, poultry, and eggs, bees, manure,
wages of labor, etc.
[Report on tirm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp.
Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp.
IReport on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp.
IReport on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp.
Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp.
Bacot, William S.
IAdress on road improvement.] Road Inq. Bul. No. 10, pp. 45-49.
Bagg, Aaron.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. RItpt. 1850,
pp. 414, 415.
Baier, Julius.
Low pressure in St. Louis tornado. Mo. W. RI., vol. 24, pp. 332, 333.
Bailey, G. E.
Report on geology of South Dakota west of the Missouri River,
and of Wyoming east of the Rocky Mountains, with reference to artesian wells for irrigation.] S. Ex. Doc. No. 222, pp. 65-70.


Bailey, Isaac H.
Leather production of Ameri( a. 4th and 5th ltpts. B. A. L, pp.
419-426. 1869.
Bailey, James S.
On some of the -North American Cossidw, Nvith fiacts ill tile fife,
history of Cossus centerensis. Ent. Bul. No. 3, pp. 19-,55. 1883. Bailey, L. H.
Sketch of the relationship between Aweiican and l"asteril Asiali
fruits. Y. B. 1894, pp. 437-442.
Some intei-i-elatiotts of cliniatology and horticulture. NV. b". Bul.
No. 11, pt. 2, pp. 431-435, illus. 1895.
The improvenient of Mir native Fruits. Y. B. 1896, pp. 297-304.
Instructions for taking plienological obset-vatioR6. Alo. W. R.1 Vol.
24, pp. 3218-331. 1696.
Bailey, Vernon.
Report on some of the ivsults of a trip tfirmigh parts of 1flunesota,
and Dakota. -Ag. Rpt, 1887,pp. 426-451, illus.
Notes on soine of the spermophiles and pockut gophers of the
Mississippi Valley. Ag. 11,,pt. 18112, pp. 1,;5-1931 51us.
Sperinophiles' The stripe(l prairie( sperinophile (Npcrmophllw tri(IfcewIllit'lltus)-Franldhi's sperniophile (S.,fra 11 4-1i 11 i)- It' ichan I S()l I's sperill"phile (S.
Hchanisoni)-Pocket gophers-Gray pocl et -opher (Thoutom!p f0pol(les)speniiophiles, aii(l pocket p-ophers-Tni ppl ii --Poisoll ill',
The prairie ground squirrels, or sperniophiles, of the Alississippi
Valley. 0. and M. Bul. No. -1, pp. 69, ilhis.
The pocket gophei-s of the United States. 0. luid .11. Bul. No. 5,
pp. 477 illus. 1895.
Bain, Alexander.
[Report on the counneree of Poi-t flawkesbui-yj Nova 84.0tia.] For.
Mkts. 1-4fl. NLo. 41 1). 54. 1895. Baird, S. M.
lReport on f1rut crops, etc., in Now ,Mexi(,o.j A-, Upt. IS.-d, pp.
Baird, Spencer F.
011 the I-Ulnillatiug allillials of 'North, America and tileir susceptlibility of domestication. A,--. Upt. IS5I, pp. 101-128, i1hus.
11arrell- "roll ill I reill(leer (Tarall(hin fvcl, I.W'0, wootI1.11141 C:11-ibOll ( 1'. 11(101111,0.
1,,lim peaji rcul(lccr l1loose (let.l. (Alet's aMcricall(l), Aillericall
eUc JI'lap/111>1 111111v (tcel. (Cr)-rus macrohm), hhcl -tail 41ecl.
(C. It'll-Isli), jolig-tail (feel- (C. lencilrus), (.0111111oll 0 ,ir"111i'l (1ver)
(C. viryl nill it 11s), Rocl Motintain goat (Cupra
'LlItC10100 11111fri(wtta), musk ()x (Ovilms moNchatioq). b1ge hol-11
(Illonlitaill shoup) (Oris 111olifulm', 111111"ilo /#VNIM (lintTIC(111118).
The origin ot' the doinestic, turl ey. Ag. ltpt. 1866, pp. "SS-290. Baker, F. P.
Prelinlinal'y 11'Pol't ()f III(" Fol-estry of tilt, Mississippi Valicy.
U111111111. rpt., pp. 3-'36. 1883.
ForeKtry. Mis(-. -Spl. Rpt. -No. 2, pp. ISI-201. ISS:).
The value and nianat'reinent oI* the tinier hillds (0, tile I'llitcd
States. Misc. Spl. Upt. No. 5, pp. 17-22. ISSI.
.1- 13-No. -1-2)


Baker, F. P.-Continued.
Report on the condition of forests, timber culture, etc., in the
Southern and Western States. Rpt. Forestry, vol.4, pp. 105-118.
Report by States respecting their forest condition. Rpt. Forestry,
vol. 4, pp. 181-197. 1884.
Report on the lumber and wood trade in certain States. Rpt. Forestry, vol. 4, pp. 198-245. 1884. Baker, R.
Best breeds of cattle adapted for the general farmer of the Western States. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 2, pp. 95-98. 1883. Baldwin, Albert N.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Connecticut.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp.
Balestier, J.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Tennessee.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp.
521, 522.
Ball, H. L.
Tornado at Eagles Mere, Pennsylvania, June 27, 1892. Mo. W. R.,
vol. 20, p. 309. 1892. Ballard, William J. H.
[Report on the commerce of Hull, England.] For. Mkts. Bul. No.
1, pp. 103-105. 1895.
Animals, cereals, dairy products, meats, cotton products, tobacco, fruits and
Balthorpe, J. L.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp.
Bane, William H.
Report of the Superintendent of the Document and Folding Room.
Ag. Rpt. 1893, pp. 409, 410.
Report of the Superintendent of the Folding Room. Ag. Rpt.
1894, p. 215.
Bangs, John, jr.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Iowa.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 551-553. Barcena, Mariano.
The climate of the City. of Mexico. W. B. Bul. No. 2, pt. 3, pp.
601-611. 1896.
Barker, S. A.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 401-403. Barnard, W. 8.
Experimental tests of machinery designed for the destruction of
the cotton worm. Ent. Bul. No. 3, pp. 39-48. 1883.
Machinery and devices for the destruction of the wornm [cotton
worm]. 4th Rpt. Ent. Com., pp. 191-321, illus. 1885. Barnes, Almont.
Report on the agriculture of South America, with maps and latest
statistics of trade. Stat. Misc. Rpt. No. 2, pp. 189, illus. 1892.


Barret, I.
on the c-ultivatioii of the gooseberry to secure it-from the scab.
Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp. 47.2-474.
Barrows, Walter B.
The food of crows. Ag. iRpt. 1888, pp. 498-53$5.
Distribution of the cro%--Injury to Indian corn, wheat, ind other cerealsI.jury to other cereals- than corn-Datmage to cropS-Othier vegetable0 food of the crow-The distribution of noxious seeds8-1The crow as a destroyer of the eggs and young of poultry and wild birds-Destructioin of the egrgs and yo01ung of poitltry-Destruction of eggs and y-oungy of wild birds,Insect food of the crow-The crow as an enemy to grasshopper-s-Do crows eat potato ibeetle8 f-The insect food of the crow as revealed by exainination of stomnachs-The crowv as an enemy to field mice and other sinall quadiirupeds3-MNiscel-laneouis aimial food of the crowr-Thie crow as ascaven5er-F ood of the fish crow-Snumary of evidence from all sources -Results, in detail of the examination of the stomachts of the common crow (C01-1111 wiiericawi8)-Restilts iM detail of the examination of stomachs of the fish
crow (Gurrus Q8Nif'raguN).
The Eniglish sparrow (Passer do)msticus) in North Amnerica, especiafly in its relation to agriculture. 0. and M. Bul. No. 1, p
405,7 illuls. 1889.
Seed planting by birds. Ag. iRpt. 1890, pp. 280-285.
Econoic orithology. Ag. ftpt. 1892, pp. 193-197.
Food of the hornedI larks, or shore larks (Miocoris)-Sunlmnary.
Food habits of the kingbird, or bee martin. Ag. Rpt. 1893, pp.
233, 234.
The present status of the San Jose scale in Michigan. Ent. Bul.
No. 9, h. S., pp. 27-29. 1897.
iNotes onl the mialodorouis carabid Nomtius pygimwus. Ent. Bul. No.
9, It. S., pp. 49-53. 18S97.
Barrows, Walter B., and E. A. Schwarz.
The commnton crow of the United States. 0. and M. Bul. No. 6, pp.
98. 1895.
Bartholomew, E. S.
[Report onl fatrmi crop~s, etc., in Madisoni Counity, -New York.]Ag
Rpt. 1848S, pp. 40t1-411.
Bartholow, Perry.
[Report onl the com merce of Mayenece, Gelrimny. jFor. M kts. Rul.
No. 2., pp. 79-83. 1895.
Aunals, cereals, dairy products, meats, cot ton, tobacco. Ifiti liquors, seekls. Bartlett, J. M.
IRbeport onl nitrogenl. C1eiin, Bid. No. 413,1)1p. 136-141. 189.) Itelort onl nitrogeni. (Ihemi. Bul. No. 4 7, pp. 1046-HI,. 1896.
A modifica,-tioni of the B'jAcock mlethlod anid z~plai'atls fol. test ig
milk aiid cre-am. Chient. Bill. No. 491., pp. 101-106. 1897. Bartlett, J. M., and H. A. Huston.
Soil solvents for available potasl anld phosphlorit auld. ChIew. Bill,
No. 49, pp. 191-96. 1897.
Bartlett, Levi.
Wheat growing inl New H1amp Ishlire. Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 96-104.
Tho introduction of winter wvheat into this section of Nt-w 11ampshire-lifardled wsiuter wheat-&uut and chess.


Bartlett, S. M.
[Lettvr wl cost of raisimr wheat and corii.1 Ap-. Rpt. 1847, pp.
40G. 407.
[I'e1wi-t on flariii crops, etc., in Mollroe GnInty) MichiLgrall]. Ag.
RI)t. 1.841), pp. 54-11543.
Bartori, A. H.
[Rei)oi-t oii Ni-in cl-ol)S, etc., in New York.j A(4% Upt. 1S52, pp.
Barus, Carl.
Reporton conden&tfion of atinospheric nioisture. Rpt. Chief IV. B.
IS91-92, pp. 526-52S.
Itepoi-t on the condensatioti of atinospheric moisture. NV B B ul.
No. 127 pp. 104, Ulu& IS95. Barwick, J. A.
The electric stot-ins ()f California. Mo. NV. ]Z., Nrol. .10-7 pp. 539, 040.
Bateham, M.
Absti-act of the farni crops of Ohio for 1617. Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp.
Bateham, M. B.
Dyer's madder (kitbia titictoria). Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp. 406-460.
Successful cultivation of nia(lder ill Ohio-ffirectioiw for cultivziting iuadder. Bates, G. Hubert.
Marine plants: Tlicir uses, with a brief account of the curing of
Irish inoss. Ag. l1kpt. 18667 pl). 4.243-430.
All-AN-sis of the .1811 of three species-('.irrigeen, or Trish, woss ('hottdrte.,
Cri8pit8)-lts rano c-Gathering an(L caring-Its uses. Bates William W.
Ship titnber in the United St;ites. Ag. 111-pt. 18667 pp. 472-497.
The propci-ties of* ship tinil)er-Kinds of' ship timber used ill tile United
st;itv is c ass -.11-iolis
s--First ciass ()I- standird-Mixe(l Nvoods-Fi t 1 9 111 N,
p'll-ts of, vessels- Descl.ipt i oil ofship timl)er for the vzirious parts of'-t vosSel-Me'lil specific orlvitv, %veight, and shrinli;igo of green North ('arolina White oak, live 0,1k, '11141 yellow pillo cut ill (IM41 illolith of' tile.\ arThe clithill), and 111:1kill" of ship tiniher-The -,v.istv. of wood in inAinr5 t I'Ll. I I I "'. t inj I)e I- recomnien (let I-Tho pr Ice for shi p tim b or"I'lio supply of* ship timber-,rite un(ici-\vritors, riiies iiiiiting. tile soiection.
A)I* -4111) tilliber-Tho structilre 'tild of tives-Tho preservation of
81111) tilubcv fi-olu rot-S.1 I till" vessels, fraille-S. Battle, H. B.
II'el)ort on pot.ish. (1hem. ]))ill. N0.31, pp. 1-14-148. 1891.
011 the, loss of, llwi-lltre ill bottled fertilizer S'1,111ples whell closed
Nvidi coi p. 151). 189 1.
-k. Cbein. flid. No.31
I'lle effects ()I* fillel. ".61141ilig ill the pi-e.paration fertilizer samples.
CAlcill. 11411. No.31, pp. 160-1662. 18,91. Baturoii G.
A Sej)teiiiber nortlier on the Mexicali coast. Mo. W. It., vol. 241, 1).
2452. I.S92.
Bauer, C. E.
Is Texas a Nvine Land? Mo. Rpt. 1868, V1.). 451, 452.


Beach, Horace.
Statistics on the practical work ofboringr artesian wells. TTi-Inum.
rpt., pp. 33-37, illus., in "Artesian Avells ul)oii the Great Plains."
Report on artesian, wells. S. Ex. Doe. No. 2221 pp. 141-144. 1890.
Beach, Samuel.
[Report on farin crops;, etc.. in Connecticut.] Ag. Rpt.
Beal, E. A.
Importance of static electricity in Weather Bureatt Nvork. W. 1),
Bul. --N-o. 18, pp. 39-42. 1896.
Beal, F. E. L.
Food babies of the cedar bird (Ampe7is cedroritm). Ag. Rpt. 18921
pp. 197-200.
The crow blacIdArds aml tbeir food. Y. 13). 1894, pp. 233-248, illn.g.
Geographic rangv-04-ervitions re(,ardin-, t1je diet of'the crow hl.iekbird1. IM1111111:1-tion of, stolliach Coll ten ts- V,1ri4 ins article.-; of' loint (liet- (,raiirs -ind fi-iiits as blackbird food-6eeds is hird 1ood-F4)od of the \-oung.Sinnnuiry.
Preliminary report oil the food of \voodpeclk-ers. 0. wid .11. Bul.
No. 7, pp. 7-331 illus. 1895.
The iiwadow lark and Btiltimore oriole. Y. B. 189-5, pp. 419-430
Food tor flie me.idow Jarl -Food for the 1)a1tini4)r(- oritile.
The bluejay aml its food. Y. 1). 1896, pl). 197-206, illus.
I-ein't rk s- F X;I III i 11:1 tion of, stolil'u-11 coll tents-1 11see I food-Ve -cta111c t*ood- FX))eI-ij11(-1]t on a In (.;I lot I vitY
Some commoii birds iii their relat-loll to ag-m-Whive. F. 1.1. No. 541
pp. 40, ilhis. 1897.
Beal, W. H.
yar(l mamire. F. U. No. 21. ly. 32, illti, 1894.
(Iolivelltioll of Association of' Official Agrictiltm-al Chemists, 1896.
S. it... vol. 8, pl). 2-2-278. 1896.
Teiith ammal comviiti0ii ot' the Associatimi oI' Xinericaii Agricultill-al ( "olleg-es alld EXI)erhil( ,iit ',I'tatim is. 11.'J. S. It"., \.-ol. 8, pl). 5-11Ele velltll allillial collvelitioll of' the As ocimioll of, Alliericall Atri-I.
c-IlItIll"ll Colle"'es alld EXpel-Illivilt 'Statiolls. Ed. S. vol. 9. 1q).
303-: )120. 189 d.
Collvellholl ()I* Associatioll of, OfficIal A"rrivilltill-al Chelllisl,:- 1,
Is'. It., Vol. 1) 1). 10 1 I 1 -1. 18! N
Beal, W. H., and J. B. McBryde,
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A statement as to the number of employees in the Department.
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Bees of great value to fruit and seed growers. I. L., vol. 4, pp.
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How far (do bees fly! I. L., vol. 4, pp. 319-321. 1892.
The Langdon nonswarming device. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 230-235, illus.
The apiarian exhibit at the Columbian Exposition. I. L., vol. 6, pp.
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Notes onl a iiewv iiethod for the (iscussion of magnetic obser-a,t ions. XV. BI. Bill. No. 2, pp. 40, illus. 1892.
The connection 1betw\een -sun spots and the weather. Mlo. W. It".,
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The pl-iodlic teixl inl mleteorolog(-y due to thie rot-ation of' the sn
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Storms, Stom1 track-s, ail~ w\eaitler forecastig. W. B. Iltl]. No.
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The standardl syNsteni of coordinalte axes fiw mlagnIetic, am nel me
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MNetel)r()logical (d)serval ions m11ade to deterinli ne the proble)1
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Ergotism in Kansas. 12th and 13th Rpts. 11. A. L. pp. 317, 318.
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Sketch of' the work of the Sitnial Service Pnre,,iii for tfic itryriclilturist. I A.1 pi llluin. rl 10-114 ill 41 Imeeedillo-S." ISS"
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Bliss, Edward.
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'I'lle irreat Aineficaii (Icscrt-TI)e p.tstonfl refrimi-Agricultlind resources of cliniate-Millen-11 protillicts-1111PI-ovelnents. Blodget, Lorin.
Agi-ictiltural climatology of the United States compared with that
of otlier parts of the globe. A (r. Rpt. 1853, pp. 328-432d.
I- 1 1
Forest cultivation on the PLiins. Ag. Rpt. 1872, pp. 316-332.
Tile (.11111,11,0,111d cilltivtbIr c.tpacitv of the plains considered in recr:ird to
tile :11nell(o."Itiolis possible, t111,011,0i gve.iterpi-o(luctioa by forests-Proportion of I-:Iiiiftall tl1I.0\vI1 oil' III 8110.1-IC41 (Inuna"le. Blount, A. E.
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11 etc., in Alissourid Arr. Rpt. 18517 pp. 449'el)ort on farin crops,
Boardman, Samuel L.
Some outlines of tlj(, a 9.
Tlie farm stoclc of' Mnin(-'I'be dairy-Tliv lviy crop, grass 1.u)(1s and ip,istilres-Ttle vereals-FI-Ilit, ctiltni-o-Majole sn,-ar anti sh-iij)-Fisli -iiid fisli.
brev(1in--NMarIIIV 111.1,11111'es -Assoviativo vtfi)rts ind legislative action foitile ()f .1-1-icliltille.
Sbeep liusbandry hi the West. Ap'. Itpt. 1862, pp. 286-299.

TI)v C1111inte, Sol], pilysical 1'esourves, ,it id agriculturall capabilities
of the st.Ite of M,1j11e9 witli special reference- to the occupation of
its liew lands. Mise. 81d. Rpt. No. 3, pp. 60. 1884.
The tidal Lijids and diked inarslies ol''Nova. Scotia and New BrunsNvicl.,-. MiRc. SpI. Rpt. No. 7. pp.33-61, illus. 188.5.
B6diker, T.
The Gentian Empire. Alo. Rpt. *IS74,pp. 266 273.
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Bolley, H. L.
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I I I d I I I I 1 (10 V 11. A g% I Zp 1. 181; 1, pp. 262-28A.
\:1111t, 411,01o c(11,11 crop -Tliv iiiternal tri(1o41vpvi1(lent oii theconivrop'1114. report tj-.1414. (01, :11)(1 its pi-41(hicts- 1,111, ctift lv:ltioll ot, co].I) .1s;111 wliat \v:iy (1()(,s Hie cii1fivati0ii of' coni
(A)I'llist HIV HMI m'Hic ;icllon ot'jn()1(1 in Hin pi-oilmati(iii ofcrops-Fronl
%vil'it smil-cv (b, p1:111ts 411.1-i vc Illoistlav III t intes of, (11-oll-lit ?--ljolv 111ol(l I I I., Iv bl"t be restm-ed 1() 111 v so I I --TI it, (I ifYCrent, hin (I s o f corii--Tho propel.
01, s L\ Ing, swv(l 1mp1(mimits-- up-ilaxrowing-Laying oll Ha I It I II-- C I I I tivat') m k ('I It \N ()n I Is - M()Ivs 'I'lli I) I kilig out Harvesting.


BolUman, Lewis-Continued.
The wheat plant. Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 65-95.
The wheat region of the United States-The influence of railroads on wheat
producing-The present and future market for American wheat-The best
soils for wheat production-Cultivation-Harvesting.
Cultivation of the sorghum. Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 140-147.
General character of the soil-The number, quality, etc., of the specimensThe proper mode of growing the sorghum-What, then, constitutes a wellripened sorghum canet?--How long may the cane be kept after being cut
Report o. agricultural statistics. Ag. Rpt. 1863, pp. 597-621.
The plan adopted for the annual collection of the yield of the crops and the
amount of farm stock, by the Agricultural Department, with a notice of that in use in England and Prussia-The harvest in the several provinces of Russia-Tables of the amounts, etc., of the products of the loyal States-Table relating to farm stock-Tables of imports and exports and of the exports of the principal agricultural products from New York and their prices; of the receipts, shipments, and prices of them at Chicago and New York; of the imports of wheat by Great Britain and of our exports of provisions; of hogs and cattle at Chicago, andl of the hog crop and prices at Cincinnati-Chicago and Northwestern agriculture-Pork
and cattle trade of Chicago-The pork packing of the West.
The hop plant. Ag. Rpt. 1864, pp. 97-110.
Import of hops by Great Britain-Export of hops by the United StatesEnemies and diseases-Soil and manure-The location and management of Ihe hop grounds-Cultivation of the hop plant-Picking, drying, and
Report of agricultural statistics. Ag. Rpt. 1864, pp. 564-605.
Letter of the Statistician to the Commissioner of Agriculture-Tables showing the condition of the crops for 1861-Snumminary for each State, show ing the amount, the number of acres, and the value of each crop for 1864Tables showing the number, price, and value of live stock in each StateImports and exports of New York-Exports of specie from New York and San Francisco-The national debt-The taxes on manufactures--Exporte and prices of farm produce-Tables showing the value of the currencyImports of foreign wool at New York during the years 1863 and 184-Wool product of California-Wool product of the Atlantic loyal States-Live
stock for food-California wines.
The industrial colleges: The nature of the education to be given in
them; their several kinds and courses of instruction considered.
Spl. Rpt. (unnum.), pp. 24. 1864.

Silk cultivation. Ag. Rpt. 1872, pp. 304:16.
Causes that made this condition favorable-The past and present prices of
raw silk-The experience of other nations against large investments-T'lhe present condition of silk production in California-How best can silk culture be established here--l)irections for the experienced silk growerAtmospheric conditions-The mulberry plants-The silkworms-The production of eggs-Buildings.
Bolton, B. Meade.
Report on epidemic diseases among swine. 6th and 7th RIpts. B.
A. 1., pp., 135-137. 1891.
Bond, Samuel, and John Pope.
[Report on farm crous, etc., in Arkansas.J Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp.
Bondurant, Thomas M.
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Bonsall, Spencer.
Tea: Its culture and manufacture; with directions for the soil,
character of climate, etc., adapted to the culture of the plant ini the United States, from practical experience, acquired by a residenice of six years in Assain. Ag. Rpt. 1860, pp 446-467, illus. Bonson,Joseph.
[R1'eport, onl farm crops, etc., in St. Croix County, Wisconsin.] Ag.
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Bonynge, Frank.
Tea (-tlt ivation-Assamn, India. Ag. iRpt. 1850, pp. 170-179.
Preliminaryv rei arks -TIlle Iidha bitants of the forest-Thle natives of AssamSo)il fit fo)r tea-Produic of thec plant and agre-E,'stiliate of expenses and ret urns on a cultivation of 1,250 acres-Tea culture in Chiina-Introduction
iinto Amnerica.
Boone, William.
[Report on farmn crops, etc., in Tennessee.] Ag. Rpt. 18520, pp. 311313.
Booth, Edwin G.
[Report on farmn crops, etc., in Yirginia.j Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 311314.
Booth, James C.
Practical vatlue of thle analysis of soils. Ag. Rpt. 1852, PP). 49-57. Booth, William L.
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Bbrgen, C.
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Aphde1(ncli s olesistus, a ntematoid worm, cause of leaf sickness inl
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Flax ctilture in the Northwvest. Fiber Itpt. No.4, pp. 40A43. 1892.
Flax cu1lure ill Wisconsin afl141 M iine,,ota. Fiber Upt. No. 41, pp).
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Bossert, Frederick.
Winv. Ag4. Rpjt. 1863, 1p1. 1618
Ti'o nileiuilitiire (of -riwe, hlatkberry, andl other fruit wine,;, on Call'.,
metlio(l, X0il1, n fewv relmrkMon tm e diuittivition of' the grapevine iu
ierzzum~, I'~nii1, ad t he 11nited states. Bossiny M.
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Bourne, Silvanus.
[Ptej)ort on farin crops, etc., in Massacliusetts.] Ag. 1,4)t. 18527 P.
Bowhill, Thomas.
Anthrax and Southern fever. among Cali fornia cattle. 4thando-th
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Prize essay on the culture and managetnent of tob,tcco. Ay. J pt.
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Culture and man-.igement of tobacco. Ag, Rpt. 1867, 1)1). Y79-184.
Selection and preparatioii of the soil-Traiisplatiti lly t1p. 1)1,111 t.8-C I t1ti \-,t t I I I
the j)1ants-Cnttfii,,-aii(1 ciiriiig-The ol(L i3,ysteui of rro\\,iu,,- tobacco-T he
8\-StOIU of rrowiu- tobacco.
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Bowlsby, George W.
[Report ott t*arm, crops, etc.7 iii Iliehiicraa.] Aor. Ept. 18507 pp. 410,
Bowman, John.,
[Report on farm crops, etc., in.;New York.] A(-1t.Rj)t-185-,,jj)j).19G199.
Boyce, Henry.
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[Report on fitrin crops, etc., in luditaMt.] Ag. Itpt. 1852, 1)1).309310.
Boyer, C. B.
[Report on farin crops, etc., in Indiana.] Ag. Ept. 185-2d, pp. 2d90293.
Boyer, C. R.
[Report oii farm crops, etc-., in Indiana. A(-,. 1,Z)pt. 1850, pp. 462464.
Boyesen, Otto H.
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Bradley, J. N.
Swine and fowl industry of Missouri, and annual loss by disease.
2d Rpt. B. A. I., pp. 418-423. 1886.
Cattle interests west of the Mississippi. 2d Rpt. B. A. I., pp.
424-428. 1886.
Bradley, R.
A general treatise on husbandry and gardening, with a variety of
curious cuts. Ag. Rpt. 18667 pp. 100, 101, illus. Brady, John P.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana.] Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp.
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On chess in wheat. Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 650-652.
[Report on firm crops, etc., in Indiana.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp.
Brainerd, J.
History of American inventions for cultivation by steam. Ag.
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Agricultural education. Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 31-37. Branner, John C.
Preliminary report of observations upon insects injurious to cotton,
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Cotton caterpillars in Brazil. 4th Rpt. Ent. Com., pp. 49-54,
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Branner, John C.
Report on road-making materials in Arkansas. Road Inq. Bul.
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Cotton in the empire of Brazil: The antiquity, methods, and
extent of its cultivation, together with statistics of exportation
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Resources of Maricopa County, Arizona. S. Rpt. No. 928, pt. 3, pp.
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Breed, Daniel.
Recent inventions for insect destruction. Ag. Rpt. 1876, pp. 323325, illus.
Brefeld, Oskar.
Recent investigations of smut fungi and smut diseases. Jour.
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Brewer, William H.
Suggested experiments in breeding. O. E. S. Bul. No. 16, pp. 162164. 1893.
Suggested experiments in breeding. E.S. R., vol. 4, pp. 458-460.


Brewster, James N.
A plan for the use of convict Labor. road Lnq. 1u0. NKo. 16, pp. 7
9. 1895.
Briggs, Lyman 3.
The mechanics of soil moisture. Soils Bul. No. 10, pp. 24, illus.
Briggs, Lyman 3., and Milton Whitney.
An electrical method of determiniing the temperature of soils.
Soils Bul. No. 7, pp. 15. 189 7.
Briggs, Lyman 3., Milton Whitney, and Franik D. Gardner.
An electrical method of determining the moisture content of arable
soils. Soils Bul. No. 6, pp. 26, illus. 1397. BrUiluin, Marcel.
Winds and clouds. Mo. W. PR.I Vol. 215, pp. 4137-43'-)9, illus. 1897.
Atmospheric electricity: Its origin, variations, aid perturbations.
Mo. W. It., vol. 25, pp. 440-442. 18S)7. Brobst, Joseph, and Admiral B. Miller.
(R-2eport oni farm crops, etc., in Iowa.] Ag. Ept. 1852, pp. 342-3414. Brooks, Henry.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Texas.] Ag. Ept. 1851, pp. 34, 344. Brooks, Obed, jr.
[Report onl farmi crops, etc., inl Massachusetts.] Agr. Rpt. 1850
pp. 331-333.
Brown, A. G.
[Remarks on sheep ra.ising. Ag,. Rpt. 1850, pp. #365,366. Brown, Cicero.
[Report on the commerce of Iflavre, France./ For. Mkts. Ilul. No.
3, pp. 43-45. 1,S197.
Animals, cereals, dairy products, ineats, cottoni, tobacco, fruit8, liquors, seeds. Brown, E.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 532-5341. Brown. J. A.
[Report ou ftuarm crops, etc., i kilabania.1I Ag. lUit. 1850, pp.
Brown, 3. N.
[Rteport Onl farmn cr1ops, etc., in Louisiana'.J. Agr. Upt. 1's-19, pp.
Brown, 3. P.
Repor-t on the forests of WNashiiigto Terr-itory. Upt. For-estr-y,
Vol. 4,1 p.388-393. 1884. Brown, Ryland T.
Report of' the Chjemist. Ag. lipt. 187 1, pp~. 89-101,
Analysis ofvoinineial man atures-N itrophloSphIato of' l1ivu-l oslpati0 1 )I4O14
guano1)-Cottou1-b.L1 b1ran,1 1r1shto1o l eied pifl Iet toCoo'st arnkinoliiated I oue sit perphilosplut4 -I c epitpae- 1i1os trogeuized suepmt' of11 lime-Analysis of' uiolaeislsibstane1esTIuekalioo, or Indiain bread-Vilriia~ 8su1Ma-I/f.-Y (vainu, or Carolinat
teak-A'Sheb from11 apntA tU barlk-Anialysis3 of' voib-m.


Brown, Ryland T.-Coii ti it tivd.
Chemical melliciranda. Mo. Rpt. 1872. pp. 76-79.
W(m(ly fibel-o I, phlilts-01-all"ec I I It un-Woo(las lies -B ones an(I bouemealGerillail 11(itash.
Chemical notes. 'Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 1037-1421.
Sillpluir'll 111111cl-al c(,aI-()hio Iiiijestotics-Art'licial water lime-Germinatioll: its I-el'itioll to light-Carbolic aci(I as a (Ii8infuctant-- -Avaihible
1.1iti-ogen-Foi,111111w 1,01. fi-i-tilizel.s.
11.'eport (& the Chemist. Aor. Etpt- 1872, pp. 138-158.
aimlyscs-Expeiiiiients to (leterniiiie the illihiclicc (d, ''10%\ 1114y, vetrutition on teitiperat ui-c -The, wastesof citiesand
0 Zn
to\% 118--licet StI0,1111'.
Chemical memoranda. 1fo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 218-2-2d2,
Awil is (d commercial fertilizei-s-11ect siurar.
cheillicif memoranda. Mo. Upt. 4,S72, pp. 307-313.
1.1, \,Lllllll;l tit it of cionstitueias of' wheit-Pi-o(luction of nitro"(1,11 C011111oull(IS ill Soils-cmistituents of stilhble-C,11-bolic acl(t rrolil I ivl 11 'r vc-ct;l tion-Ahsoi-ption (of' watei- I)v le-t ves-Conmositiou of crealaTile ahie of exervineiit a., a fei-tilizei%
Chemical metuorauda. Alo. Upt. 1872, pp. 371-381.
Lalmi-atoi-worh-Si)il of' \epetalple 11101(t oil soilsVtili.atimk of sawdlist-A8sillillatioll of' cl'ops-111crease(I Consumption of sii-;ii-- NespiratioD of' fillies 13isniti tit Milk EucalyptI18 y1ob111118I 11-illtillr (.I()t Coins-Cookin- ittviuils-Nitrato of ammonia
of' (u.mic ill the -.iir-P;ipvr lamp slimles-Nonk i1111:11jullable labi-Ics-Chi'mmum stecl-Pro-i (,ss i)f clienfistry-Chlora111111-W"Iste's (d citi('s (cillho(I viiig let'i"er fi-oniJamesAlemm(lor Manning).
Chemical memoranda. 2110. Rpt. 1872, pp. 440-446.
Liboratovy coppci--Zinc labels-Artificial niarhic-Artifichil butter-Potassium b v a new metliml-Pbosphoric
08a"c ol-all-c-l'ffect of atillosplivi-ic I)res,,;tiii-( -'I'ol)o(ri-al)hicif measureIlLetits ill tile West-I'l-eserv Ill ir ;tctloii of' bonicic aci(I-Spotitancous combiistlmi of ,voo(I-The N (till(, of' -ffmitllii as a ( for silk
11,00(is-Pres(.1-vat ioll of Nvooll-Sellsitive st'l-vaills- veneer m owl.
Chemical memoran(ba. Mo. Rpt. 1842, pp. 500-505.
Alla I \scs-Vallic, of cit v -wastvs-Ab,-,oi-ptiou or aiiinioiiia by
bhick soil of' lhissi;t-()hscrv.itioiis oil tit(- still's nt vs- Influence of alcohol Oil N1111111111 licat-C lilt[ va t'lon (dcilit'llmla ti-ces Ill lM'.1_P.tpcrfiom Nvoo(lAmmoiji;i fi-om hituinhimis voil --improvemeuls ill street cars-Native sulpliur-l'alrorm standard of* mcasui-c-EAl'cets of' coilipresse(L air oil- coinhilst I(M.
"I'lle. or(rallizatioll ()I* ag-riculture. Unnum. rpt., pp. 108-110) ill
Proccedill (.-S. I 88-d,
Brown, Simoll.
On the valueand uses (Wswamp muck. Ag. Ept. ISM, Ill). 182-198.
(ral-dell-S. A 11pt. 186"', pp. 3 3 Lm.:Iliml od Hle soil 1*411- the -ar(lvii-, foi- ganleim114011,cds 6,1- 1 11-111cl-s' ill the m v(lon- Fi-ilit
ill till- ,;11.1 lei I-S t I-:I \0 ivi-i- les- l,.t spberi-i c,'A-G' [-.I pes- 11a ising, gathel-ill"
Sveds 1,)I. the soil is hest I'm- the productimi (fl* goml sced What tillic to S(.t sevil-pi'llits (w so\\, see(IS-What plants al-v ill,1111-vil h1v 111tel'Illktill-o-Nvimt, part, of tliv-stem pi-o(Iiicus Ole best sve(lWhv[I Slimild sceds be -athen,(I timl how presorvetl-Time thal mcwls will In till, p"IlAell.
Brown, Simon, and Joseph Reynolds.
Manure's alld their application. Ag. Rpt. 18615, pp. 368-395.
Omllmsitiml 40, 111,111111-cs--Tho soutces 4d' of manui-e1,1411litl SjI0CiLI 111.11111 I-es- G, I lallo -Coil 1 posi t ioll of glialm- flow
.11141 wIll-11 6) appl v Bolics .11141 silpel-pliospilates of little- Saltappllc;ii 1mi of' mmitircs.


Brown, T. A.
[Report on farm crops, ete., in Alabama.]. Ac,-. lv'pt. 185", pp. 69-73. Brown, W. G., and Arthur Goss.
Report on soils and ash. Chem. Bul. No. 49, pp. 80-90. 1897. Brown, W. L.
[Presidential address before Associatioii of American Agricultural
Colleges and Experiment Stations, held at -NeNv Orlean., Lotiisiana, November 15-19, 1892.1 0. E. S. Bal. No. 16, pp. 58-66.
Browne, D. J.
Domestic animals. Ag. Rpt. 1853, pp. 1-58.
Report oil the seeds and cuttings recently introduced into the
UnitedStates. A(r.Upt.1854,j)p.x-xxxv.
Doinestic aninials. Ag. Rp. 18-41 pp. 1-58.
Guano: Its history, sources, (ILialities, and application. Ag. Rpt.
1854, pp. 90-1020
Light and shade.- Their influence on vecretation. Ag. Rpt. 1854
pp. 109-112
Rotation of crops. Ag. Rpt, 18547 pp. 119-121.
Wheat diseases. Ag. Rpt. 1854, pp. 136-138.
Potatoes: Production of new varieties froin seed. A(r. Izpt. 1854
pp. 162d, 163.
Algerian itiode of preserving potatoes. Ag. Rpt. 18547 p. 165, illus.
TheChineseyain. Ag.Rpt.18,")4,I)p.l(.;9-1'44,illus.
Turnips: Their history and ctilture. Ag. Rpt. 1854, pp. 197-207.
]Researches on the Sorgho suco'. Ag. Itpt. 1854,pp. 2 19-223, illus.
Live fences. A(r. Rpt. 1854, pp. 393-418, illus.
P1,111 till r,1 11(i 111.111.1genlelit of (litickset hc(1gvs-(;ciiertI reniirks oil till, "I ?- 1!5
mttioil, and treatilient of lic(I-es-Trees mi(t slinilIs lislially elliplo\ctl for he(I-es: kiatermts (Rh(imittis 00c)-tints (I lly Iod ifi) till),
,trbor-vitw (7VIIIJ(I occi (tell tO i8), ever ,revii box (1)'iti-its furzo
(Ulcx ellrojm'I(N), Ellropelli liolly (flex (tqi(ij*o1iitm), American lii)lly
opica), Irisli ivy (11c(ler(t hclix rc!vta), Jimiper or wliite ce(ltr ('itpre,,ils thyoi(les). 1-mirel Ili- ti\veet Nty (Latirits nobilix), latirestimis ribitnium
tinivo, cominoti inyrtle ( illy)-iii8 cimmitinis V\ (11'" VC(Ill 0111 ( (,Ollcrcn s i1c.0, \%-il(I oninge ki''er(iiiiiii canolillitill(l), brom (A 111illi \r(.;l (Phill Ilrc(I /ah.fulii), pii\ct (Ligiihirtim rifig(ire ), clicrolive rose 11'0-stl III-ri 110 a), I Ill
1,084 imtry (1.'o8niein nus u.1ficbm lis), sp.11lisli 1);INollet ( Yllcc(f 01f)iff)110),
lock 8im ice (.41tics c(titmicnitiN), Nol-NN-.1y Sill lice fir (_110ic-q I.1 cchS 11 1, t.
( 7lixII8 .10(tectl III ), ti ]:tilt I Is I i I (tit I its 91an (I it lw-i(t ), F tin qw a ii i I (I er ( I I it iii yllitillo8a ), '11t1l;1"t frllte- flibixells Myl- I (I c 11 S 1, 1) ri I. 1 I v I S I I ( /a it 1 /1, 1.1-111 it Ili I k V(v its 81/1fr(ixinciiilo, bem-li pitim ( Priinii8 m(trilim(t), Eni-opl., il bc;icll
rittica ), Ainei-lcmt re(I IMI'Vlk ( 1"WIFUS j'cITI(1iiII('(I 1. IMHIVIA 01- 1111)1wrld-11.
W est 111(tilli b1i'l-11 I 1"Ilp-Ment yo(Illill.fer(I Ellnqw.kll \\ Ilite ljircli i 1'cial(i allm ), Liii-topezin bm inble (Ritim-4 lilt I hlickflim-n (Rh(muns valhtirtio nx), scii, lotickdoot-ii ( 111pppha, rha tit imides), c;qwr blisli ( 'ffpparii; spillon(l), C11i1l4jmtpiii (('ii8i(inett ptimilit), clirirs t1m rii
(Milillnis acitictitusi, li-twfliorn w r(off, 1111"t (1.1-YM111101(i
(C(IrpillI18 bo-10 lix), killel-ic.111 1l,)rllb0.kIll (Carpillits a tit till),
Itircli (1mrix eisropi(l). lilitc (,1;yrin!m ritlyoris), limicY Itwnst
iritiva it tht)8 ), Eiin)jivikik tiv.W iiinpiv ( .1ccr c(tnij)txtrc I t It I I : k I I I I i It I I I I I I I Ityperici.1 to till), Nvilito lllllIbvrr 01orits (Ilha), Em-oloe;tit oak (,)it, I*Ctl-14 Ao X.N1 ontil"o ( .1hicinr(i astratillsic(l), pe"ll. trvo ( Pqrism CmIIIIII(ills lmanb.trtly pololar l'opultix filsti0i(II(l), elikk atcol '11141 \\ 11(1 I'vi brier ( Rmm 1.111olyntima), sbw or likckt1ioi-ii ( Pranifs spitimsa i, NV:cs1titi;rton
fliorti wnit(i t1its fwr(lwa), %villmv (., ;fdix
17 13-N o. _1_3


Browne, D. J.-Continued.
On the use of water passing through leaden pipes. Ag. Rpt. 1854,
p. 422.
Proposed rule for measuring bushels. Ag. Rpt. 1854, pp. 421,422.
Protection of buildings from lightning. Ag. Rpt. 1854, pp. 472-475.
Report on the seeds and cuttings recently obtained by the Patent
Office, with suggestions as to the expediency of introducing
others. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. X-LXIII.
Influences of the change of soil or climate on animals, and of the
variation of their food. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 1-8, illus.
The points by which live cattle may be judged. Ag. Rpt. 1855,
pp. 8-13.
Devon cattle. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 13-15.
The cattle of Russia. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 15-19.
The horses of France. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 31-33.
The horses of Russia. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 34-38.
Sheep farming in Russia. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 43-49.
Introduction of the cashmere-shawl goat. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 54-.57.
The swine of Russia. Ag. Ept. 1855, p. 60.
Bee culture in Russia. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 120, 121.
On the drainage of Haarlem Lake, with suggestions on its applicability to overflowed lands in the United States. Ag. Rpt. 1855,
pp. 122-128.
On the purification of cities and towns: The deodorization of their
iecal matter and its removal and conversion into manure.
Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 129-142.
Export of corn to Europe. Ag. Rpt. 1855 pp. 155-163.
Wheat: The production of new varieties by cross-fecundation.
Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 181-186.
On the selection, change, preparation, and sowing of wheat seed.
Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 186-191.
The Chinese yam. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 223, 224.
History and results of the culture of cotton in British India.
Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 226-230.
Flax and hemp culture in Russia. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 238-241.
Tobacco culture in Russia. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 266, 267.
Failure of the sugar cane in Louisiana: Proposed plan of restoration. Ag. NIpt. 1855, pp. 268-277.
The common caper (Capparis spinosa). Ag. Rpt. 1855, p. 285.
The cotton districts of the globe considered with reference to their
climates. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 317-335.
On the nutrition and economy of digestion of domestic animals.
Ag. Rpt. 1856 pp. 1-13.
Arden horses. Ag. Ept. 1856, p. 14.


Browne, D. J.-Continned.
Sheep: Origin, history, and babies. Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. 14-18.
Southdown sheep. Ag. Rcpt. 1856, pp. 18-21.
Wheat: The proper time for reaping. Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp.246,247.
Production of' new varieties of wheat by cross-fecundatiou. Ag.
Rpt. 18567 1). 24 7.
Potatoes: Proposed remedy against disease. Air. Ept. 18,56,pp.
The Chinese yam (Dios(,orea batatas). Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. 251, 2511o
Calcareous manures. Ag. Rpt. 1856 pp. 201-246, illus.
Chalk, chloride of calcium, chloride of limey 1n(r,18 lillic, blydrate of* lime
iiitrate of linie, oxalate of' lime, phosphate of lime, bipliosphate of hille, earth of bones. or boite eartli, iiative phospliate of lime. -ypsum, or stilpliate of lime, clty mars, stoiiN- mars, sliell mars, coral 11111 Coral sallil coprolites, carbomite of ma-mesia, cliloride of itin-tiesia, iiitrate of' ma-uesia, pliosphate of mapiesia, silicates oftim-iiesm, sulphate (A ill'i -lies Ul.
Crystallization of the juice of the Sor ho sister'. A(r. It )t. 18 6
pp. 309-313.
General pi-inciples of wine making. Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. 439-4115.
Strawberries: Fall and wiDter management. Ag. Rpt. 18561 pp.
Peabody's new Hautbois strawberry Ag. Rpt. 181) pl). 449.450.
Terrestrial or underground climate. Ag. 1-%I)t. 1856, 1q).49.2-495.
Progi-ess and public, encottiagement ot'agrictiltuiv in 1,k)tissia Prussia, and the United States. Ag. Upt. 185T, pl). 1-50.
Adal&kttion of the Diglish draft horse tbr cily oi- town work. Ag.
It p t. 18. 54, I)p. 51-53.
The flania. !1Dd alpaca- Their geogr,,iphical disti-libtiti0ii, orgaiiization, food, habits, and probable adaptation to cei-tain i-egions of
the United States. Ag. Rpt. IS57, 1)1). 66-71.
Nattii-e., and habits of the hone bee. A(Y. Upt. 1 571pp. 107-1211.
Pei-sian hisect I)oN%-(Iei-. k (r. Rpt. 18571pp. 129, 130.
Rellol.t oft1le (Tilited
States Atrriculttiral Society. :k(r. RI)t. IS57

Cultivation ofthe ci-anberi-y. Atr. RI)t. 1857,1q). 2:)7-2311).
The cotton mitntititchti-es of the, United -States. A(r. R)t. 1857,
pp. 305-307.
Lunar influx nce. Ag. Rpt. 1851, 1). ).)O.
The histol-y, indinstry, and cowrie i-ce of 11ax. Ao,. Upt.
Plivsiologicil and cliemical pro
t: P111 dlictioll. aild
ommerce-Fla\ ill Rwssia ill 16inipe-Its1iistorytil(l proolvess ilk N'ti""I'tCulturc aiid preparatloil, (of flux ill Htlissia-.Sort ill", 11.1cilill", allil VM1VV\ ance to marketof flax ill RuNsia Ill flax-Fh\ ill ill,['flit(A Kiii-110111 of Great Britain aill[ Irelaild-111storv aild pro-l-c-, of, tl P-N
flax cmIture ill irelanil-I'lie culture aml preparatiOll 01, tI.k\ ill frel.kild'I'lle Colirtrai SN-steill ol, -row illir oJ* pr(-11.k1-,jti.1ll ,I' tli4. tlkX plaid in IrellIT111-11. kX ill (; ltritaiii-'rrmlc ailil cmillilvi-cc of, 1.11t)
United Kingdom ill fliv products of* oic flax plailt.


Browne, Or-ris A.
Good roads. 0. E. S. Bul. No. 14, pp. 24-27. 1893. Browne, P. A.
On sheep breeding. Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 75-96. Browning, Lewis, jr.
Report on farm, crops, etc., in Virginia. IAg. Rpt. 1850, pp. 420,
4 21.
Bruce, James C.
[Report on farm. crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 1340
Bruner, Lawrence.
Notes on locusts and on the Western cricket. 3d1 Itpt. EutCoin.,
pp. 53-64. 1883.
Report of observations in the Northwest on the Rocky Mountain
locust. Ent. Bul. No. 2, pp. 7-22. 1883.
The Rocky Mountain locust in Wyoing, Montana, etc., in 1881.
3d Rpt. Ent. Corn., pp. 21-52. 1883.
Notes from Nebraska. Ag. Rpt. 1884, pp. 398-4031.
Observations on the Rock~y Mountain locust during the summer of
1883. Enit. Bul. No. 4, pp. 51-62. 1884.
Report on the abundance of the Rocky Mounttain locust in, 1885.
Ag. Rtpt. 1885, pp. 303-307.
Report on loctists in Texas during the springc of 18-86. Ent. Bul.
No. 13, 1pp. 9-19). 1887.
lleport on Nebraska insects. Ent. Bul. No. 13,1)pp. 33-37. 1887.
iReport on the seso' observations in Nebrask~a [entomological1].
Ag(,. Ep t. 1887, pp. 164-170.
R,'eport onl Nebraska insects. Ag. Ept. 1888, pp. 139-141.
lumii weevils, eodling" iiioth, caibage buttertlies, trill\ Worm1, willow sawfly, cotton wood leaf-beetle, box-elder polanit loitse, iai ie-trev caterpillars,
eoii-root wvorml.
Notes on the Rvocky Mountain locust. 1. L., vol. 1, pp. 65-67.
Cicbtdclat limbieta. 1. L., vol. 2, pp1. 144, 145. 1889.
Repmo on a local outbreakl of' g rassho ppeI'S inl Idahlo. I. L., Vol.3,

Ite'(!)t, om Nelwaskla insects. Ent. I'm]. No. 22,1 pp1. 9.5-106. 1890.
False chili bligs-Clutworim-Ariy worini-Grcen-l ined maple wvorm-Blu teg r.i WeVIl Corl -root worml ( Ma brtia Ifnelicoruis~)-1 lKvts dectrimen-ital to the grrow\th of youngli tu'vea onl "tree lalins" ill Nebraska and other

Report onl Nebra.'lka iiiseets. Ent. Mul. No. 23, pp).9-18. 1891.
G ret' n-stri led I nmp Ic ww i (Anfinota riebieunida )-Loeuts, or -ratsehoppers1,44 jiletst dlist)- Rledies that, canl be uised Igainst bect insects.
Notes on bet, bisects. 1. L., vol. 3, pp. 229, 230, 189,1.
Plioslhorescent mriiopodl. 1. L., vol.:'), plj* 319-321. 1891,
lhstrilet Ive lctsof Nort h A iiier-ica, together with notes on the
ouccurines iii 1891. 1. 1,., volj. .4, 1qp. 18-24. 18191.


Bruner, Lawrence--l0ontinned.
Report on insect depredations in Nebra, .-ka in 1891. Ent. Bal. No.
26, pp. 9-12. 18920
Report on destructive locusts. Ent. Btil. '-N-o. .97, pp. 9-33. 1892.
Locust pest in Colorado-Lociist pest in tile Red River ValleN- of -North
I)akota Nliunesot,,t, -ind NLinitoba-'Mignitory locu,,t, In Miiinesota III 1891-Locust pestin Maho-Destruetive NN'estern crit-l et.,-Lociistiiiitil-ie. "7t
in other re-ions during, the surumer of 1891.
The more destructive locusts of America north of Mexico. Ent.
Bul. -No. 28, pp. 40, illus. 1813.
Anieriean locust (Schl8foecrca atncrimii(i), lar(re green bush loct-ist. (-Icri(lh(iii.
slio8ho)ie), suiall green locust (-I. froiiuths), long-NN-II)ged forest loclist (Dendroteffix longipenni8), differential locust (-Velaiiophis differePIN(Il'si, robust locust (.V. robw,&t.s). two-striped lociist (M. birittaft(s), d(,, locust dON"IstIting lociist (H. dera8hdor), narrow-win-ed lociist
(,V. aptqustipeiiyti. ;), herbaceous locust (-11. lierbaccow"), Rock y MoIllitain locust (M. 8prehis). lesser iiii-ratory locust (M. Wahlk), red-legge(l locust (M. filnvir-ribriiiii), lead-colored locust (.11. vO'fjitta.
lotirlipewils), ptle-winaed locust (D. obliferatti).
]Report tipon insecthijuries in Nebraskaduring the suminer of 189.2).
Ent. Bul. --N-o. .30, pp. 34-41. 1893.
Destructive locusts, beet hisects, cbiucti-ting notes, iiiiscell.incou,; insects.
Description of new species of' Orthoptera froin the Death V.111ey
Expedition. NN. A. Faana No. 7, pp. -'16(;- ;S. Is(
A new species of Pezotettix. 1. L., vol. 74, pp. .11, 42. 189to
Report on injuriotis insects in 'Nebraska aiid ml.joitilng- districts.
E0. 1-')'ul. 32, pp. 9-21. 1894.
Grassbopper report tlor 189.5. J Jnt. 11til. -No. 7, n. s., pp. 31-35.

Grassfiopper report for 1896. Eiit. Bill. No. 7, 11. 8.1 p1w. 36-,"90
Brunson, Alfred.
[Report oti farin crops, etc., iii Wisconsin.j Ept. 1849, pl).
18-S-1 91.
Bryant, A. P., and Almah S. Frisby.
"I'lie compositim) of different parts of flie pot,,ito -ind the loss of*
juitrieiits ditriiio- t1w process of boiling. 0. 1"'. 'S. B111. -No. -13,
pp. 25-31, ilhis. 1897.
Buchanan, R.
On the ciilttirv of' tjj( fri-a1w. Ao,. U14. ISIS, 1)1). GI-1-617.
Ile (.lilt l1re at Cill"illwitt.
Buck, Norman.
kilwo\,ed Mimiesota 11mir. Air. Rl)t. 187-1, pp. 3SS-:)90.
Buckisch, William.
Bee eijittire. Ag. 1xpt. 18601 pl). 268-301, illtis. Buckley, S. B.,
The graj)es of' '.Noolj Aiiierica. Ag. RIO. ISGI, pp. 17S-IS6. Buff um, David.
[Ecq)ort. oll fC11-111 crops, etc., in L',ho(le Islatid.1 Ag. Rpt. IS51, pp.
1695 170.


Buffum, David- Con tinuned.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Rhode Island.], Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp.

Bugbee, E. L.
Instructions to operators on the United States seacoast
lines. AV. B. tinnum. rpt., pp. 24, illus. Bunnell, W. W.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in lIndiana.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 429431.
Bfinzli, J. H.
Combating the potato blight. Jour. Mycol., vol.6C, pp. 78, 79. 1890. Burchard, Oscar.
The object and inethods of seed in vestigratioti and the establish-.
ment of seed-control stations. E. 8. 1Z., vol. 4, pp. 793-801, 882900, illus. 1893.
Burgess, Edward, and Charles Sedgwick Minot.
On the anatomy of aletia. 4th Rpt. Ent. Coin., pp. 45-58, illiis.
Burgyn, H.
Improvement of worn-out lands by the use of peas and clover.
Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 400-402. Burke, Edmund.
Report oun Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp. 84-238.
Taibular estimates by Staitvs of the crops for 1847 and remarks thereonIncidlertal (liseiissioU, with reference to agriculture, of state of tile wvorl abroad, the w-,ar, emigration from Euirope, sale of pube ic af(18, purpose of' arlicultural kno\owl-e aid implrovemlent, .1griv ultural Jolas agr-icuIltural societies and14 flarmlers' clibs-Renjairks on the sea8on-WVhenIt, barley, oats, r ,ye, butckwh-Ieat, corn, potatoes, potato rot, ha,'y, hempll, flax, tobacco, otn rive, silk, 9sugar, and( briefe~r paragraphls ou i many other
Report of the Commiiissioner of Patent!;. Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp. 3-17.
Annual relmort to l1i. RI. C. Wiiithrop,. Spevaker of the House of' lepresentativsemodin arepor't on) th( list ri butionl of sceds. Burn, A.
Cultivation of cotton ini India. Ag. Rpt.. 1845, pp. 760-762. Burney, W. B.
R-Zeport onl phosphorie acid. Clieni. Dud. No. 28, pp. 1,53-160. 1890. Burnham, Eliphaz.
UvRpor-t onl farincrops, etc., in OhIio.] Ag. Rtpt. 1851-), pp. 388-390. Burtison, Alfred.
Well dign.Agr Rid. 1851i, pp. 14-119. Burrill, T. J., and E. 0. Shakespeare.
Report onI the I"iiited states board oW inqu11iry conc(ernilg epidemic
diseases ;anioiig~ swNine. (4.1 anld 711h Rpts. K. A. 1., pp. 129-135.
189 1.
Burrough, Edward.
Stte aid to road bilingi iii Ne,\% Jersey. Road hiq. Mili. No. 9,
pp. 20. 1894.
[ Address of welcome to National Roadf Coi0'erem-e, -July 5, 1894.]
Road Jnql. Bill. No. 10, pp. 6, 7. IS9t.


Burrough, Edward-Continued.
[Address on road improvement.] Road Inq. Bul. No. 10, pp. 10-13.
Bush, L. P.
[Report of the American Pomological Society for Delaware.] Ag.
Rpt. 1856, pp. 363-375. Bushnell, P.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.1 Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp.
Butler, Burr.
[Report on farming operations.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 464-467.' Buysson, H. du.
Fumigation with bisulphide of carbon for the complete and rapid
destruction of the insects which attack herbarium specimens,
furs, woolens, etc. I. L., vol. 6, pp. 159-161. 1893. Byram, H. P.
An essay on the culture and manufacture of silk. Ag. Rpt. 1847,
pp. 440-452.
Propagation of the mulberry-Feeding apartments-Fixtures-Descripltion
of the silkworm-Time of hatching-Rearing-Killing the crysalidesSuccession of crops-Preservation of eggs-Diseases of the silkwormReeling-Manufacture of perforated cocoons. Caban, William.
On bear grass. Ag. Rpt. 1847, p. 424.
A report on comparison of bear grass with manila for making cordage for
Cadby, Stephen.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 310,
Calletet, L.
Photographic apparatus for measuring the altitudes attained by
balloons. Mo. W. It., vol. 25, pp. 443,444. 1897. Caldwell, G. C.
The experiment station as the educator of the farmer. Unnum.
rpt., pp. 20-25, in "Proceedings." 1882.
Report on the analysis of cattle 0foods. Chem. Buil. No. 28, pp.
79-90. 1890.
Call, Robert R.
[Report on the commerce of Newcastle, New Brunswick.] For.
Mkts. Bul. No.4, p.59. 1895. Callender, C. W.
Potato raising in Tennessee. Ag. Rpt. 1880, pp. 657-659. Calohan, W. 8.
RIaising sheep and woolgrowing. Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 119-124. Calvert, E. B.
How the Weather Bureau disseminates forecasts and warnings.
pt. Chief W. B. 1895-96, xxii, xxiii. Calvert, J. C., J. H. Kastle, and Paul Marvin.
On the action of oxalic acid, silicates, and soil. Chem. Bul. No. 43,
pp. 53-58. 1894.


Calvert, S., H. B. Gibson, and D. W. May.
Dietary studies at the University of Missouri in 1895, and data
relating to bread and meat consumption in Missouri. O. E. S.
Bul. No. 31, pp. 20. 1896. Cameron, Alice F.
Fruit culture in Arizona. S. Rpt. No. 928, pt. 3, pp. 463-466. 1890. Campbell, George.
Woolgrowing. Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 156-161. Campbell, George H.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in California.] 1851, pp. 476-478. Campbell, George W.
The grape and its improvement by hybridizing, crossbreeding, and
seedlings. Ag. Ept. 1862, pp. 209-220. Campbell, James.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in New Jersey.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp.
Campbell, Peter.
[Report on the commerce of Arichat, Nova Scotia.] For. Mkts.
Bul. No. 4, )pp. 53,54. 1895. Campbell Robert.
Thermometrical observations at Clarksville, Georgia. Ag. Rpt.
1851. plp. 643-645.
Campbell, Samuel W.
Condition of the live-stock industry of Wisconsin. 6th and 7th
Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 321-348. 1891. Campbell, William L.
[Report on the commerce of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England.j For.
Mkts. Bul. No. 1, pp. 69-72. 1895.
Live stock, cereals, dairy products, canned goods, bacon, etc. Campbell-Hempworth, M. W.
Aurora australis of April 20. Mo. W. R., vol. 25, p. 204. 1897. Cape, Joseph.
Sheep breeding. Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 128-130. Capron, Horace.
Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1867, pp.
1-15, ills.
thoroughh draining and deep culture the basis of improvement in agricul.
ture-Steam plowing-Silk-Sugar-New libe rs-Grapeculture andwineSouthern agriculture-I )-partment operations-Finances.
Condition of the Department. Ag. Rpt. 1867, pp. 16, 17.
I'ropagating garden-Experimental farm-Statistical information-The Agricltural M~ usemn-The laboratory of the Department Organization,etc.
Letter relative to the manufiacture of beet sugar. H. Misc. Doc.
No. 81. 1868.
Report of the Commissioner ofAgriculture. Ag. Ipt. 1868, pp. 1-14.
Agricltural education-Systematic agriculture-Southern agricultureCanadian reciproity-International exchanges-l)iseaes of farm stockGrapes and wine-Subtropical fruits-C inchiona planting-The Statistical I)ivision--The Chemical I livision-Entomology-The Museum-Experimental garden-1)epartinent grounds and arborettu-Cultivation of rural
taste-Distribution of seeds-Financial.


Capron, Horace-Confinued.
Beet-root sugar. I10. Rpt. 1868, pl). .59-61.
Text of letter to Hou. S. M. Cullom.
Report in res])OTIS-e to House resolution of Deeember 1), 1867.
instructing- the Commissioner to report on --tlic collditioll of' tile Department of' Agricultuie and whilt lef"ISLItit)II is liecessal. v to enable him to so organize the Depitrtment as ti) placc, it tipon a footing commensurate with the interest committed to its
eb-irge.11 H. Ex. Doe. No. 91, pp. 11. 1868.
Report of the Oominissiorier of Agriculttire. Ag. Rpt. 1869, pp.
31ciital culture-Renewal of reciprocity-The (-)()I hidusl rv--The
ceusus of 1870-Southemi a-vicii1ttirt-The wficit cidnin-Holdii'w, iwiiproductive laiid,,
chaii(,es-The library-Discase- of stick-The ;immal v(-joi-t-('hemW:t1
Divisioit-The Nhis(,iiiii-The Botallical
timis-vie. experitticitai ardeii-Disti-llmtloil of, sceds-The 1)cj)a1.t111v11t,
gromids-hisiffliciemy of cleficni coml)eiisation- Vimmciii.
[Address befoi-e the .110ntgomery County (.11ai- vland)
Society, September 14, IS70.1 Mo. Iv)pt. 1870 pp. 31)1-3.-):,.
[Address before the Illinois State A0,
,_,ricultural Soclety, September 287 1890.] Mo. Rpt. 1810, pp. 420-426.
[Address before the Congres ; of the Cotton ,it i ugnsta,
Geor ia Octol)er, 1870.] Alo. Ppt. 1870.
%, 4 1)1). 47:)-4s(;.
Report of the Commissioner of' Agriculture. A(,-. 11Lpt. lk- 740, pp.
ludustrial e(hication-S;tearn plowino,-Sill cii1ture-(;overi1111cnt Id.-Ilitatiolis of cilichona t1-e(-4--l)clmrtmviq ()I)eratimis-'rliv I)i\-Lsion-Catt I c d I seases- F: i it o1m) Iog N-The Agricultm-al Iiisvmn-Bot:mical collectimis-The Lihntry-The ])( Jlartlllvilt trrollilds-The Iw\v consel-vatory-D1.9tribution of' s(:eds-Fhi.inci,t1.
Agriculture in Japan. Ng. P'pt. 1873, pp. 364-374.
Farnieni, rice, wheat, barlev, cottontobacco,, St1(r;11*' heml), fl.ix, fruits.
Carleton, Mark A.
Observations on the native points of ()klahon),,i revvitory :lml
adjacent disti-icts. Cont. -NA. Herb., vol. 1. 1q).'_10'20-232. 18901895.
luipi-ovement, in wheat eii1ture. Y. 11. 1896, pp. 4,' 9-498,
Geiieral rcmarks-.Nlcthods of, tillage-Tillif, ot, 44 VAHWtics- V.11-if-tics for sjwcial il ot
(4 sced-Diselses of vvheat.
Carman, Ezra A.
The sheep of Gie,it lllrihiiii. 6th and 7th PI)ts. P). k. T, 1)1). I-15-21G.
,rhe she(,,) indmtry in *State'; eastol, tile Mississippi Itiver.
r 1) t., 1) 1). 11 7 1) 0, i I I i ts. 1892.
Carpenter, L. G.
Pelmft oil artes"i"111 Wells 1*()r fi-rig.ition ill Colm-:ido. S. F.x. 1)()(..
0.222 pl). 173-232, nm 1). 1 SIR).
11elml-t ml artesi:111 \vcIls fol. 11.1-ig"Itioll ill New .1lexico. S. F\. 1)()(-.
N o. 2221, p p. 2: 1: ) 2 11 1890.


Carpenter, L. G.-Confinued.
Irrig-,ation st-itistics mid proo-ress in Colorado in 1890. S. Ex. Doe.

Methods of ii-i-i (Tat ion. 1893.
Carr, John.
Pk eport on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, p. t344. Cai:r, Oma, and T. IF. Sanborn.
The dehydnition of viscous organic liquids. Cbeni. Bill. No. 47
pp. L"'4-151, illus. 1896.
Carr, William.
[11'eport oil farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.] Agr. Ept. 1&10, pp.
Carrow, G. D.
Sheei) f triiihig in the, Pamp,.i-. Ag. Rpt. 1864, pp. 2243-242.
Pampa features-The soil-Oriffiiial introduction
ot',,Ije(,I)-Iiiiiii-4)veiiieiit ofthe native stock- Fti voi-al& character of the country:111d cliniate fol. Sheep breeding-Floe'-s exeitipt from disev3vP.,1,4111'e excellentan(I linfitiling-Sizi, of" fi-truis-General ni,,in,,igement ofa sheep f.11-111-Perio(IS or season-Pereentao-o of' profit
on in% estinents in sbeep-N;itionality of the linnii-rant ffiriners-Getivral
climate an(I I)io(Iii(,tioiis-liorticiilture.
Cattle tarnmig in the P:impas. Aw. Rpt. 1865, pp. 484-502.
Their orjpjn- Vild cattle-("Ieneral characteristies-A c.ittle f(arin-111-aikina.
cattle-Pi-cparing frcsti beef for market-Jerked beet*-11ideS-T.111o\\, etc.-Purchase and deliver v of cattle-Los birraqueros-Ainount oftr.ide fimilshed by horned eattle-,ri.aiisll)ortatioii-('otiiitiv life-The river and
Ole city.
Carse, George B.
Florida: Its (Iiin.tte, soil, prodlictions, and a,()-ricultunal eapabilities... 1-iinwu.rl)t.,pp.3-92. 1882. Carter, Richard H.
[I'veport on farin, crops, etc., in Viro-inia.] Ag. Ppt. 185"), pp. 98jo 1.
Case, B.
I klepol-t, on flum ci-ops, etc., in Penn. ;ylvania.j A(r. Rpt. 1851, pp.
2591 260.
Castleman, A. L.
Sillut ill NvIlvat. Ao.. ]Zpt. IS4.5, 1)1). -1061 407.
Catlin, cyrus
Report, on fiirin vrops, etv. in Colilleeficilt.] Ag. ltl)t. 18rO
1801 1(s].
[IN-pol-t oll fill-111 crol)s, eh.., ill Collilectielit.] Ag. Rpt'. 1852d, pl).

Cerletti, G. B.
'I'lle Pel-ollospol'a oven-oille by hydi-ate or lime. Blot. Pul. No. 2,
pp. 71-7 1. IS81;S,onle -idditioli'll rvllulrl s oil Iiine as a i-vinedy I'm- Permios1wra.
Bot. 140. No. ., pp. 75, 76. LS86.


Chadsey, 3. G.
[Report oii farm crops, etc., iii Rhode Island.] Ag(,. Rpt. 1849, PP.
[Report onl farm crops, etc., inl Rhode Islanid.] Arg. Ppt. 1810, pp.
:328, 329.
Chamberlain, Calvin.
[Report on farm crops, etc., it,. Maine.] Ag,. Rjpt.1848,1 pp.3;42-:)4.. Chamberlain), W. J.
National mnd international crop reports.. Unnium. rpt., pp. 137-144,
in "Proceeding-s." 1882. Chandler, A. 3.
Southern fever among cattle in California. 4th and 5th flkpts.
B. A. L., p. 450, 451. 1889. Chandler, J. N.
Preservation of potatoes for seed. Ag. h1)t. 1854, pp. 1014, If;. Chandler, William E.
[Address in flavor of good roads.1 0. E. S. Bit]. No. 14, pp. 15, 16.
Chandler, William P.
[R1eitarks oni cotton in Tunis.] Ag. Rpt. 18561 pp. 30o2-304. Chapline, H. W.
[Report Oil farml crops,, etc., in Virg-inia.] A--. lipt. 1851, pp.
Chapmaii, S. P.
Remarks onl dairy and nieat cattle. Ag-. E'pt. 18S50, pp1. 4180--181. Chase, Franklin.
[Ilemarks on cotton in Mexico.I Ag. 1t1t. 15 pp. 30(0-30)2. Chase, Warren.
[iReport on fiarin crops, etc., ill Wiscollsimi. Ag. Itl. 1852, pp).
Chauveau, A. B.
Methods and illsti-irulnent of 1)re(isimil for the study of :itinw~pliveic
electricity. W. B). 13u1l. No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 17)69-581), ilihms. 1895. Chausit, B.
TFreatinents for nildw lin France inl 1887. Bot. Bul. 'No,) 5.pp. 75-S5.
Chenery, Winthrop W.
h1olsteini cattle. Ag. Rtpt. 186-4, pp. 161-167. its.
Rct 14 mmOf:aYsis of' louri samii's of* milk.
"Texel" or Motutonl tiamldr-in" sheep. Ag. Upt.. 14, pp. S4-2.

Chesnut, V. K.
Some comnnlionl poisonlous plants. Y. B). i896, pp 137-1 If; j,
Gi-mnia reiiirksi-P4oismi iylm w~ia aim tjmle-''a ~~taip Chester, F. D.
The copper salts as fungticidus. Jour'. Aycoll, vol. G, pp. 21-25.


Chipman, A. J
Report of notes; made oil Rocky Mountain locusts. 3d R-pt. Dit.
Com., pl). 55, 56, appx. vii. 1 83. Chittenden, IP. H.
-ia. pp. 346, 347. 1890.
Notes on Laii(Tui 1. L., Vol. ")
On the date of the hitroductiou of the Eurol)ean wheat sawtly.
1. L.. vol. 4, p. 344. 1892*
NeNN- species of Coleoptera. I. L., Vol. 4, pp. 350, 351. 1892.
The str,twberr weevil. 1. L., Vol. ', pp. 167-186, illus. 1893.
P;Ist 111"tor\-This vi-ar", investi(,-:itioiis-Apl)( ,ii-aiiee ofinlected lields-T-Tovr
dolwl: _,v (1011(-Worl on varieties more.affected tban
odn"I.-S-W Hit food Id.111ts-Olfferetices due to tOmi
the hishn-y-Para'sitts InII mitural envinies-RemediesOe"Wl''I PI 10111n of the par:lsites mentioned.
Ob: etwatioiis on some IlYmenopterous pantsites of Coleoptera.
1. L., vol. 5, pp. 247-251. 1893.
The hisect collections of the Columbiati Ext)ositioii. 1. L., Vol. 6,
pp. 236-242. 1894.
SuplAcineiitary uotes; oii the str-iwberry weevil, its halftA and reinedie". I.L. V(4.7,1)1).14-23. 1891.
I.L., 189-1. Abuiidauce of aii imported snout beetle in Maine. 1. L., vol. 7, pp.
.)A.47*41 273. 1894.

The more important hisects injurious to stored grain. Y. B. 1894,
pp. 27 7,2941 illtis.
Ori(rlii, iiitro(Inction, tind habits of the species-Nature and extetit of dain11"eParaHites and iiatuml eneinies-'rhe ranar
?_I ?_ v weevil-Tbe rice
weevil-The Angonmois graiii inoth-Tho Mediterranean flour moth-Tbe Tmlian moth-Themeal wioutinoth-The -volf moth-The saw- toothed
in 1wvtl4--'rbe flour beetles-Tbe square-uecl e(i grain I)eetle-'Fliq
Tile rose chafer. Ent. Cire. No. 11,2)d s., pp. 4. illus. 1895.
Oil the dis;tributioii of cortaii-i imported beetles. 1. L., vol. 7, pp.
:32 7-:332. 1 t, i! ) 15 1
Tlie pot,ito Nig weevil (Anthmiowus Oyrhms). 1. L., Vol. 7. pp.
315 0 352 1895.
Some (.oleol)t(- .1-011"', ellenlies; of' t1w gral)e\-fitv. 1. L., vol. 7, pp.
38 1-387. 1895.
Tlie liorse-radish fiett beetle (Phylloh-cl(( (irm(WOCI(C). .1. L., vol. 7,
pp. illtis. 1895.
Some chall(res it) 11ollielichatilre. 1. L.7vol. 7, pp. 4 IS, .11! 1895.
I lerbi \,oroils habits (d, 4-4.1-taill Del-Illestidw. l"Alt. BIll. No. 2). 11. S.)
36, :;1. 1896.
bisects affecthi(r cervals mid otfier dry ve(retable floods. EAnt. I'M].
Ni). 41 pp. 112-1301 ilhis. 1896.
]Ilsects ;iffectillg Stored cereni aml other 1)ro(hicts iii Mexico. Fait.
Bid. -No. 4, t. S., 1)1). 27-30. 1896.


Chittenden, F. H.-Continued.
The development of the Mediterranean flour moth. Ent. Bul. No.
6, n. S., pp. 85-88. 1896.
The asparagus beetles. Y. B. 1896, pp. 341-352i ilitis.
G oral remnarks-The common asparagus beetle-The twelvt-s-potted aisparagus beetle.
The rose-leaf beetle. Ent. Bid. _No. 7, n.* s., pp. 60, 61, illu's. 1897-.
Insect injury to chestnut and pie trees in Virginia andl neighboring States. Ent. Bul. No. 7, 11. s., pp. 67-75, illuis. .18S97.
Smile little-known insects affecting stored vegetable lpro(lIcts: Acollection of articles detailiing certain original observa,"tioiis iluide; upon insects of this class. Ent. Butl. No. 8, 11. s., pp. 45, iflhis.
Note., on certain species of CJoleo ptera, that attack uisefuil plants.
EnAt. Bul. -No. 9, 11. s., pp. '20-24. 1897.
The bean leaf-beetle (Gerotonut trifarcata). Ent. Bu~tl. No. 9, 11. s,.,
pp. (4-71, ilhits. 1897.
The strawberry weevil (Antthontornus signtat 11). Ent. (Jirc. No. 21,
2d ser., pp. 7,l illuis. 1897.
The two-lined chestnut borer (Arlsbilineatis). Ent. Cii-c. -No.
24, 29d ser., pp. 8, illus. 1897.
Soinie insects injurious to stored g-rain. F. B). N_ o. 45, pp. 24, illuis.

Choate, A. B.
Bad roads: Cause and remedy; needed legrislatioii suggrested.
Road Luql. Bul, No. 2, pp. 11, 12. 1894. Chosen, W. S.
Repair of dirt roads. Poad I nq. Bul. No. 2, 1). 13. 1894) Christian, George L.
[Address before Virginia Good R-oads, C1oiNventioii. 1 Road 1Iuq.
Bul. No. 11, Pp. 8-11. 1895. Chubb, Henry S.
Fruit culture in western Mihian o. ltpt. 1868, p). "22.
Chubbuck. Levi.
The dairy induIistry in Mlissouri and Kanisas, B. A. 1. Blij. No. 18,
pp. 23, illuts. 1897.
Sandi)lir what kg. lkpt. 1861, pp.~ 33-312. Gist, Charles.
Strawberry culturee. Ag. lUpt. 184$S, pp. 609-6131
The14 h14g anid its p-odlucts. Ag. Upt. 1866, pp. 3S-39:'.
Clark, Franik H.
I Eepw't wl t*4111' (e'ops, etc., inl 'exas. I Ag. P10t. 18541, pp. ISM. 190. Clark, H. C.
M1eat findustrics of th H Un '1ited Staltes. 41th and4 5)HI 1Ppls. 11. A. L., Is pp. 359-37.5, illus. 1889.


Clark, Jonathan.
[Peport on farn, crop an meteorology in Connecticut.] Acr. Rpt.
1850, pp.
Clark, Josephine A.
Systematic and alphabetic index of new species of North AiDericau
pliaiieroganis and pteridophytes published in 1891. Cont. Nat.
I lerb., Vol. 1. 1)1). 151-188. 1890-1895.
Systematic aiid allAmbetic itidex of new species of North American
plianel-ogallis aild pteridophytes pablislied in 1892. Cont. Nat.
Herb., 'Vol. 1, pp. 2,16-.264. 1890-1895. Clark, N. T.
Nieteorolo(rical observations for 1851 at Canandaigua, New York.
Ag. 1851, p. 639.
Clark, W. S.
-Massachusetts Agricultural CoHege. Ag. Rpt. 18687 pp. 54-*-5541
I I I st ory-Location- Buildings and endowment-Course of studyand in'st riletioll.
Clarke, P. W.
Table of atomic weig-lits. Chem. Bul. No. 31, 1). 246. 1891. Clarke, J. W.
Gatlieritig, ripening, aiid keeping fruit. Ag. 11pt. 1,864, pl). 152
The slirinkalu,-e of fivit-Inflneiiecs of the ,.;oil on the 1ceeping (111:11ities of'
t*i-itit-well-grown or jwrfect fritit 1:eel)s best-Growflias distin -iiklied fi-ol,11 rij)eIIi1)--Efle(-tE1 ot'rTening fritits on the tree-Tliv attire ot* 111cl]OWill"'Wid oii tbetreo doesn't keel) Nvell -SwcatIII" 11111),11irs tile (Iliality of fralt-Tho coloring of fritit-Early ,atliering
1)rolougs keeldnMg.
Claiborne, J. P. H.
Reportol'an experimeittof nine varietiesot'garden peas. (nltpt.
1856, 1). 314.
Clapp, Henry W.
14,port oji 14rin crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] A(r. I"
Claypole, E. W.
Sec-midary nsidts of polliiiation. A(r. Rpt. 1887, pp. 31S-32I. Clayton, H. H.
Cloud ine-isitiviiients at Blue 11 ill.
i I I I Is. I
Clement, A. W.
1,11('11111ollia '1111ow'. llonses in Vir-riiiia. Wli and 7t1i Rpts. B. A. I.,
3 S 1 -3 S2. 189 1.
Clenison, Tho.s. G.
T11c 111,111111'actilre of* Slig,11% A(r. Rpt. 18-19, pp. -104-422.
F\11-acl id -,I (IiSI);Itq.ll 1'rom t1w cli-irgi Watl*.iires of' the United States in nictliod for Ilw v\tractioii t)t*sngar fi-mn smnir catio mid

kvpm.t. oI, a-ricult nr.d ;M'-drs oftlie United 8t-ates. A(r. Elpt. 18607
pp. 5- 26.


Clemson, Thos. G.-Contimied.
Fertilizers. Ag. Rpt. 1860, pp. 34-79.
Potassimn-Potash-Analyses of
Alaniina-Oxide of iron and iiianganese-Table showing the conilmsition of the ashes of wheat, barley, oats" FY(,, rice. Millet, btickwheitl
beans, peas, lentils, \-etches, lienip, flax, ttirid))s, bects, ji!,-in,__ el-wurzel, carrots, Jertisalem artichokes, potatoes,, grasses, tobacco, hops, vecretables, forest and frait trees, and varimis inarine and land weeds-Asties-Ash analysis of' five varieties of' pc)tato-,knal yse of' the aisles ()f peat from Rhode Island and 'Massichusetts-Ti Ifle sl1mvill", the c(millositiwn of certain foreigla pe,,it allies, anallyses of authnicite and bittiniinolls
coal-Sulphur-Dosiug phosphoric acid. Cleveland, 1. T.
[Report ou farm crop,,, etc., iii Missouri.] Ao-. ltpt. 18 27 pp. 318320.
Clift, Elisha.
[Report ou farni crops, etc., in Iowa.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 2,S5, 286. Clift, William.
Salt marshes. A(,-. Rpt. 1861,pp. 31,3458.
The mode ()t* reclaiwitig tliviii :iii(l tlieir \-,,I tiq -'riie ell ii);, I i itw,, ts-TAie lidegate-The di-ainw--e-Brvakin". lip-Tile sowill"'. ()f -ra"'s

Copper, 1P. C.
[Report ou farm crops, etc., M Maryland.] Ag.Rpt.1819,pp.128131.

[Wheat raishig in Marylatid.] Ag. fltpt. 1851. pj).269-27-1. Copper, T. C.
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Cloud, N. B
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Sorghum, or Nortliern su.,,,'ar can( -. Ag. RI)t- 1861, pi)..)I-S7, 0111S.
of' tlic cane ;[lilt
CIIlti\,atiIjr-Matiii-ity -- Stripliing -T()l)lol1j(r ('11tt 111- slim-1,111", :111d
holisill-l"l-osts Ilid t*le(. zili ,,,--.Nlt(-Iiiiii-r\, and

orators- Interillittelit J)r(wcss t ill llwls pnwvs, Vlltcrlli_ Itilce

Prodtietiol of S114ral. h-oni sor(J111111, ()IRpt. 1865, pp. 307-32-1.
Canc sti-ar-Fi-iiit sii-ar-4,nipc q)f c.lile sw-:11. tt) -111.
cose- Varleties W, 4-.111o w itil I'vi't-relice t4) alid clilti \,It i-11 -Tillic of harNt"Still'r emic--4,411141 Ing, -Talll s :111d

s1riiji l'in kli III"Clubb, Henry S.
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Clues, Adolph.
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Clute, Jacob.
[ Address, on road improvement.] Road Inq. Bul. No. 10, pp. 14,
15. 1894.
Cockrell T. D. A.
Insect pests in Colorado in 1889. T. L., Vol. 2,4 pp. 145, 146. 1889.
Sonic fuingi of Custer County, Colorado. Jour. AMycol., vol. 5, pp.
84,. 189
The West Indian rufous scale (Aspidiotus articulatus). 1. L., Vol.
4, pi. 380-382.
F'ood p1 ants-hal uits and Imbitat-Remnedies.
Orthez.,ia iw~iyuis 4as a garden pest. 1. L, vol. 5,1p.89. 1892.
Notes oni plant faunak. 1. L., vol. 5. pp). 117-121. 1892.
The foodpllants of soinieJamiaican Coccidw. I. L., vol.5, pp. 158-16Q.

The food plants of some Jamaican Coccidaw-II. I. Ls, Vol. 5, pp.
24.5-24 7. 1893.
The distribution of Coccidaw. 1. L., Vol. 6, pp. 99-103. 1893.
Note on sipl records [entomological]. I. L., vol. 6, PP. 198-200.

Onl a Lecmiiun infestfing blackberry, -onsidered identical with L.
fifch ii. 1.1 L., vol. 7,pp. 29-31. 1894.
A miaritimie species of Coccidal. LL., vol. 7, pp. 42,43. 1894.
Notes from, New Mexico [entoinological]. I. L., vol.* 7, pp. '207-211.

Anew sawfly which is injurious to hiollyhiocks, 1 I L., Vol. 7, pp.
1251-2153. 1894.
Onl th'e natural conditions whbichi affect the distribution and abuin(lalc (t Coccid-'v. E"tit. bull. -No. 2,i u. S., PP1) 91-95. 1896.
-Notes aiid descriptions of' the new C"oveidaw Collected inl Mexico by
Prof. C-). I1 12. Townisenid. Ent. Bul. -No. 4, t. S., pp. 31-39, 18196.
Some Cc i' foiid by Mr. Alex. Craw iii thev course of his quarantinie work at 6aii Francisco. Ent. I1ul. No. 41, t. S., pp. 12-46,
illus. 1,896.
Somie 1iew slwcies of 'Japaiiese C'oeeidwI? withl notes. Ent. BulI.
No.4 t1 S., pp. 417-56, illus. 1896.
An experiiee withI parish grevii~ Bl.N.9 .2. 1897.
Sani Jose sale mnd its nearest -allies. A brief' consideration of tie.
charcterwhich distinguish these closely related injurious scale
insects. I-At. Bll No. 6, t. s., pp. 31, ilhus. 1897. Cockrill, C. P'.
The live-stock interests of Tviiiessee. Mlisc. Sl. Upt. No. 2,pp.
2259221). 1883.
CockrilI, Mark R.
Woolgrowing. Ag. ltpt. 18I8, 1)1). 627-635,
Wool and w oolgriowilg.. Ag'. Rplt. 1850, pp. 253-257.


Coe, A. B.
Kites in Montana. Mo. W. R., vol. 24, p. 237. 1896. Coffin, Fred P. B.
Report on artesian wells. S. Ex. Doc. No. 222, pp. 125-140. 1890.
A special report of work in the artesian and underflow investigation, and views of certain conditions existing in South Dakota.
S. Ex. Doc. No. 222; pt. 4, pp. 53-61, map. 1892. Coffn, L. S.
Paper on contagious diseases of domestic animals. Unnum. rpt.,
pp. 52-54. 1883.
Cogniaux, Alfred.
Roseanthus, a new genus of Cucurbitacee from Acapulco, Mexico.
Cont. Nat. Herb., vol. 3, pp. 577, 578, illus. 1892-1896. Cohn, Fred.
The Hessian fly in Silesia in 1869. 3d Rpt. Ent. Com., pp. 39, 40,
appx. iii. 1883.
Translated by Dr. C. F. Gissler. Coit, H. H.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.1 Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 361-363. Colburn, J. W.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Vermont.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 267370.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Vermont.] Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 86-88.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Vermont.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 154156.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Vermont.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 139141.
Colby, George E.
Reporton fermented liquors. Chem. Bul. No. 43, pp. 148-151. 1894.
Report on fermented and distilled liquors. Chem. Bul. No. 47,
pp. 95-101. 1896.
Colcord, Samuel.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Illinois.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 198-200. Cole, Frank N.
The diurnal variation of barometric pressure. W. B. Bul. No. 6,
pp. 32, illus. 1892.
Coleman, Clarence.
What our bad roads cost us. Road Inq. Bul. No. 11, pp. 17-20.
Coleman, Hawes H.
Cultivation of the watermelon at the South. Ag. Rpt. 18535, pp.
Collier, Peter.
Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. 1878, pp. 95-156.
Sorghum sugar-guin or zuckerchleim-Analys~ of cane, iumaize, and sorghumn
u11ga-8-Ath aalyses of siugar cane from Duilorara andil of sorghulim (iEarly amber)-Sugar beets-Peruvian sweet potatoes-Analysis of ani-Beetroot sirutp-Sorghuitn iru;p-Manna or fir suigar-Analyses of tw. siruipsExainillatiols fir blaic acid-Aiialys1 of vauaigre root-Exa1illation of
21713-No. 4-1


CoWer, Peter-Continned.
dock., for tannin-Tbe importance of carefully selected seed-Analyses of maize, peas, and beans-Experiment8 in manufacture of tea-Oil froua tea ,,ee(l-'Fea-see(lbuII8-Exaniinatioii of sophisticated tea-Tea and coffee substitutes-Examination of leaves of ink berry (Ilex glabra)-Examinati oil of leaves of Turicra aphrodi8iaca-Analysis of Florida, moss (Tillapidsia lvaieoide8)-Analysis of the reindeer moss (Cladoptia ra iig iferin a) -Exam nation of"boneset" (Eupatoriiiiii perfoliattiiii)-l-'lt3tijiiation of 8aponin-I'Loco" or poison weed-Bomb ic ac id-Coverin (Y of eggs ofinsects-Bakinty powdersArsenical paper- f' x:i iii inat ion of American and foreign butters and oloomarrarine-Analysis of coim(-obs- Analysis of brewers' grains-Examination of California tobac(-o-l)leiirt)pjieumonia-Analvsis of milk of cowM Inera I- water analysis-Soil analyses-Analyses 4 marls-Analyses of leaclied wood and coal asbes-Bat guanos and cave earths-Slate-diist fertilizer Commercial fertilizers Silicious diatoms -The coal economizer-.Substitute for paris green-Analyses of lime-Analysis of coal froin Shenandoah Valley -Analysis of hydraulic hinestone-Analysis of wine received froni Admiral Aminen-Proximate aualysesof beats, i)arley,
jimize.aii(l corn-Methods of analysis.
Report of the Chemist. Ag. Upt. 1879, pp. 35-1.07, illus.
Experiments in the production of stigar isorghiims and maize-Sugar machinery of the Department of Agriculture-Tlie permangallato process for the estimation of sugars in juice8-6ugar beets-Aualyses of marls, soils, Clays, etc.-:- oil from small inallgrove island off the Florida coast-Unprodlicti \-e, soil-Peaty soil-Leaf' inold-Conimercial fertilizers-Siil)erl)bosl)hat( sValuation of fertilizers-Butter and oleoniargarine-Alcobolic liquorsImproved green coffee berries-An examination (of 'Ituckaboe"-Effect on canc, sti-ar of COOkiDg With fruit-Examination of lignite-Analysis of rock salt-Analysis of salt from evaporation of lake water-Ores aud minexals- Plant s, medical and poisonons-Botanical description of Sopilora 8crecia-Prelim i nary report on the herb of Astragotu8 ntolfissbwis and the herb of Oxyfropi8 to tit bcrti-Examinat ion ot*,IfaIra8tI'II?)I coccineitnt-The iiiiportance of carefully selected seed-Grains-ADalyses of finniattire, sweet corn and cobs-Analysisof Zaiitia i0cgrifolia I'Coontie")-An apparatus for continuous percolation-Analysis of sword bean, (Cailaralia, gladiata, var. eii8ifori)ii. -Veport on grasses and fora-e plants-Tlie calculation of fo(1(1(,I.N alues-('onii)arisouof American all d ermau grasses- I)i (rest i bill ty
of' the constituents of grasses.
Report, of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. 1880, pp.37-183, illus.
Soi-Imin-Synoptical table of the varieties of sorg-hulal cultivated at the
Department of' Agriculture during the summer of 1880-The analytical processes for the examination of the canes- Analyses of Juices from Sol-glitim-Anal yscs of juices froin cornstalks-A averages ofeach stage of each
y-Exi4aiiation of-raphical plates-Explan.ation of specific gravity
varlet ?_ ?,
taldi-Coinparison of different hydroineters-l".11vcts of fertilizers Oil SUCH)SC. "llicoseand solids in sorgbuin juievs-Effects of fertilizers on the r jnices-Composition ofat4h of canesandjuicesof sorghumash of'soi-glium
Teiiiperatmv and rainfall for Vie value during, t1le
NNIMking period of sorglimn and cornstalks-AnalYses of sirtips and stigars Fecelvcd from abroad-Utilization of waste produets-Aiialyse8 of corn, simit ( I'Nhla-elo 7naidis)-Examination of' t1je, root of Berb(,148 aq0.(()Ihmt, var. repeiis-"Ore-mi -rap, root "-Examinatioii of iiati%,o quiiihie-EstiInAloll of talillilly IIIIbbv1l'H Iamokin Iarin stock powder, and 11aati's hog cliolera reniedy-Analysis of' Pacific, magic cattle
food Nliiwrals, marls, and fertilizi-i-s-Analyses of soils, of' mineral and potabli, WItI.rS-\Vvll %Naters-Analyses of sh;gle spvchnensof grasses froin N,111-iollm local ifies-I low t Ile 11 it rogell is collibliled ill the plant-Analyses
I y waste, ot, "Illcose, waste, and of rice bran-The compoijition
aii(] iltiality of certain American willes-l'ist of' willes analyzed.
M-port ot, allalytical and other work doije on sorghttin and cornstalks. Rpt. No. 33, pp. 101, illus. 1881.
Report oI* the C/heillist. Ag. Rpt. 1881, pp.279-576, illus.
Report ofanalytical and otlier work done, oil sor-huni and cornstallis by flie
Cliciiiii-al Di\ ision in ISSI-S2-Explanatioll of Vie stages of growth or of de\,elopillont as UHed III this rt-port-Analysos of vacli variety of sorgliunt and maize: I-'arly Amber, Eai-ly Goldeij, White Liberian, Black top, African,


CoWer, Peter-Continued.
White Mammoth, Oomseeana, refrular sor-ho Link's hybrid, sti-ar canv, Goose neek, Bear tail. Iowa redt.op, new variety, t.ariv orail-e, orany(, caue )'eeazaiiaIN Olt' tail, Graytop, Mastodon, Honduras. sutrar cane N\ illipliev, 11. cewm8, hoiieycane. 1:gyptiaiisn -ar
corn, Lindsay's horse tootb, Illount's prolifif- -, broad white flat (lent, Chestel, County maminotb, IJgylitevn-rowed yellow dent-(; raliMcal charts-0iwot'lieaN-vraitif,-tllat't(-rlollr(Iroiirlit-Effectoft'i-ostiil)oiisoi-(riiiiiii--k\-.iil iger trom stickers-Method ot*an;tivsis-'rhe analytical pt-()cessvs foi, the examinaticiii of* the caues-PolarizAon of"Juices and siriips-11criod of' working the soi-,,-Iiuiii.w,-Exp(-iitiients with the small ill ill- F:xpei-ieiicv of' I )r.
A. Goe."mann xvith sorghuni cut some time before Nvorking-Cmilpal ati\ v
results, mckered and unstickered sor-hums-Invei-sion of sti-ar ill clit caties-Effect oil -iter
to Jitice diii-ing- defecation-1-:xpeiiments in d( fec.ition-Slie(-iii(--,,r i\-itv Juices of sor-litim ind maize-11,elative leii-ths and wc1glits of* the different varieties of sorghum-('omposition of' sor-hum seed-Loss of' stitrar in manut'ictiire-AnaIN-sis of*Juice at different sta_-es-Avallable Juice of limize-1,11(1 1W0Fk of' the large sugar mlll-lkcii)ts [nmi stitrar ill I r, 11
-tylitim ill 1881, worked at lar(,e millanalyses of' thirtN -five varieties of'soi,, n
Tbe causes of failure ill sligar makliltr troin sor(rbuni-A'havacter ;md (-()Ili1)08 JUiCe-('hemical chan -es in sti-ar llIlkilIt,_SoprlIlIl11
ltiOll Of SM'?"'ll Mll
Juice-The acidity of corn. and sorgiiiiiii.iiii(-e-Iiiil)oi-tiii(-e of a -omt millLoss of' sii-ar in the ba-asse-Action of lime upon. the ("hicose atid Sucrose
ii ices d. u riT I during evapol, J 111 cesBiblio-raphy of ,or-buni-General index to the sor-limn and malZt S11(r,11, reports of 1878. 1,S79, 1880, ind 1881-F1'XIlI1ilMtlOT1 Of" 11WHIMIS J01- tliv (Ictermillatioll of pli0spboric acid, in its various forms in fei-tilli/vi-s-1 Ghirose"
811'ral.-Se.1 weeds-Iferock weed (-bicopityllum iiodo8am)-l'i -)xmmt(, malysis of Fuca"; neslefl/0811"I Ind IScop/1.1/1111 lit 110do-sum, ]Ili xcol-soi 1-s- I'vatsI'roximate anal v8is of" Zygadcuut7ved, toddcr, veget;tbles etc.-Analysis of' t*eed stall's-Improved velloweved beans and pmls-Aiialyses ot*,%,eiret;tbICS-NN'llUL.t,-Uo1-11 an4l ,ioy vll ul,,
s fodder plants-l,:nsi1a-c.
Investigation ot' sorghtim :I sug"11--producing platit: sea soll of'
18 8 2. IJ1111till) rpt. pp.1 G's. clitll-ts. ISS3.
Collier, Peter, mid George Vasey.
Report (W the Ilottlilist and Chemist on gnisses and tbrage plants.
A Rpt. 18 -8, pp. 15 71-191, illus.
For synopsis, see Geor-e Va8ey.
Collffis, V. D.
ne agriettiture of, morocco. A Rpt. 1862, pp. 499-508.
Letter fi-oill China. Mo. Upt. M65), pp. I I I "I'.
Address on road improvement. Inq. litil. No. to, pp. 35. 36.

Colmaii, Normaii J.
lZeport of' t1w Conimissioner ot* ko-ricliltllre. Alr. Ept. ISS5. pp.
I Address befiwe the Convention of, dele.rate-,.; 11-mil
CMIlep-es and Experiment StAioils held at Department iit' A-i-1culturel July S alid 1), 1S85.1 Allst'. Spl. Rpt. No. 11, pp. 5_15.

Objectfi (11' the a-rictiltural kiioNvIvilipe-Tea, 1,111,r
livv 1,4,114'rK
Climatic inflilelices oil plailts-Rotation of* crops-F\perlmeit- NItl, tilt.
cottoll vai'll-ties 1) %I (,I* phillt,
KiloNvIvil-v lleedt-d hv t1le 'NNm-kI ;rvatel. diversIlY tit' cvop.. -Tv\61c fibers iM 1-Fruits mitt platit,,
ftolll Itllssia -- sig.n.11 sel-virt. ill Al"ricultill'al efres.


Colman, Norman J.-Continued.
[Address before the Convention of Agricultural Colleges and
Experiment Stations.] Unnum. rpt., pp. 17. 1885.
[ Address before the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists,
held at the Department of Agriculture, September 1 and 2, 1885.]
Chem. Bul. No. 77 pp. 21-23. 1885.
The American beef supply. Unnum. rpt., pp. 3-11. 1885.
Address before the National Stockmen, held at Chicago, Illinois, November
17 and 18, 1885.
Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1886,
pp. 7-45.
Letter transmitting a statement of the expenditures for the Depart.
ment of Agriculture for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1885.
H. Misc. Doc. No. 154, pp. 43. 1886.
Letter transmitting, in response to a resolution of the House, a
statement showing the amount expended for the Chemical 1)ivision in laboratory from the appropriation for the present fiscal year, and the balance unexpended. H. Misc. Doc. No. 240, pp. 4.
Letter transmitting certain papers in response to a resolution of
the House calling for a copy of D1)epartmeniit circular of June 6, 1882; a copy of the award of the committee appointed to carry the provisions of the circular into effect; copies of all correspondence with the Delaware Beet Sugar Company on the subject; and a statementof the awards paid and to whom. 11. Miso.
1)oc. -No. 284, pp. 6. 1886.
Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1887, pp.
IAddress before the National Cattle Growers' Convention, held at
Kansas City, Missouri, October 31 and November 1 and 2, 1887.1
Unnum. rpt., pp. 3-6. 1887.
Letter in response to a Senate resolution of December 7, 1887,
relative to employees obtaining patents for the process of sugar
making. S. Ex. Doc. No. 24, pp. 5. 1887.
Rules and regulations of the U. S. Department of Agriculture for
the suppression and extirpation of contagious, infectious, amd communicable diseases among domestic animals of the United
States. Unnum. rpt., pp. 4. 1887.
Dressed meat traffic. 3d Rpt. B. A. I., pp. 277-282. 1887.
Letter in response to Senate resolution of January 30, 1888, transmintting the report of Professor Swenson. Unnum. rpt., pp. 1I1.
Letter transmitting a statement of expenditures in the Department
for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1887. 11. Misc. Doe. No. 122,
pp. 81. 1888.
Report in response to inquiries of the select committee of the
United States Senate, appointed to inquire into and examine the methods of business of the Executive Departminents. iUnnui.
rpt., pp. 106. 1888.


Colman, Norman S.-C ont inued.
Report of the Commissioner of Agri eultnre. Ag.Ppt.1888,pp.
Increasing the durability of tijaber. For. Circ. No. 4, pp. 4. ['No
Colvin, A. V.
[Remarks on cotton in British Guhtua.] Ag. Pkpt. 1856, pp. 281,
Colvin, Richard.
The Italian honeybee; or the ctiltureand Ifidiaiiization of the iiative
or black honeybee. Ag. Rpt. 1863, pp. 530-546.
Description of the Italian bee-Tbe queen-T)w droues-Tlie worllvr-ilreedbw-Italianizin- anipiary-]Ze iriw, queeiis-Intro(luchity (Ille.fIlls-Profits
anft iniporttuice of bee culture.
Comes, 0., and Mr. Deperais.
First res-ult obtained from the use of chloride of almahlum and
and proposal of new remedies against the lwrouospora ofthe ville.
Bot. B)Ill. No. 11, pp. 9-1-96. 1890.

Comstocli, E.
Product.,; of the dairy. _.Xg. '11pt. 1845, pp. 995-999.

Comstock, J. H.
Report upon cotton insects, prel),ared under the dire(Aion or the
Commissioner of Agricultut-e in pursuance ofan act of Cong-ress
approved Jime 19, ISTS. Cot. Insects, pl). 511, illus. 1879.
Report of the Entomolooist. zkg. Rpt. 184-9, pp. 185-3474,
Vie ariny-w(witi (Ifelioploila (Leucaiiia) iiiiilmncta)-flow to destroy y flit, jw_,;t'I'll(- desn-tietive leaf lioppvr (Cicadula i-xihoa)-The clover sevot illidge (Cecidomyla le!lij iiiiii(-(Ala)-l'.irisites mi die clover-,qve(l inid-e-Tlio clm-erleif inidge (Cccidonsyia tri.t611i)-l'be (.IoN-er-stelli horel. (Lan.ellwia J)l0:a?.dl)'I'lic clover oscii)is trVotii)-'rlie niti'llow oscinis ((),,wini.R nialro
liise-cts in jurimis to oran.(re trees-'Ilie cotton .4tailler oil ontilge (I).11mbrell-I or.iiige-jeat' nothris (-Votloris citrifoliella)-'r1w 01'.111tre C:ISVbearH!- tiiwid (Colewee-hitiffx
ontuge-le.ff notclier (.-irtipus 11o)-ldani(x)-NV1iitv atit, or -wmi(l I[(.(,
Termcm flarlpcs -Two new panisites oil orange insects-'I'lie palinetto-icat'
niiiii-r Larvrna x(ibidella)-'Flie respleiidviit shield bearer (Aspid(SC(I grapeviiie flet-loevtlo (( 'riiplodcra chahlbca)-Asparaglis beeile (0-10cf-ris (Ispellwfil )- iteilledies- 'rile 11161011-wo'lli ( I'll a 4-4.11111-11

(Coryfli oca arcuata)-l1w Iov list s.1w J1Y(
le lf-elvcllia Gclecllia robbei(If
1-1 LIMocollchs oak-leaf inizier ( Lithocolletis fift-lit-11a)J.'etinift. romshickiana-Tlie frustrAiti -retiiiiw
phie retina ( L'chnio riflidana )-Tlie plilf. lv;lf 1111TIOT ( Gelcrhla piiii.foliella)dakriuna
(Dakrama coccidirm-ai-Tile p'lle dakrilln.i (I)aki-11111(i p((I IWO -TI) v wil% coccid blast(lba"is ( BlashAllaxiN cm-cirorcl1a)-1, baxxc1tc11a-.N4)teS of t1le ye'll.-Alle cot toll \\.4 01.111 *1101o ar of Hic
1111ti I ral el willif-H of t 114. cot ti Ill- worli I-Sil Ill 111,11 N-Tlie bol I- Nv onii-'Fliv i tiot Ii.
llei)ort of the I'lltolljolorist. Ag. ]ZIA. 1880, pp. 235-349, illus.
The migar-cano hoetle ( Lifly?'118 Y'llificqw-Tlio 811(r.Lr-4-1-1114- bol-er k /halrer (I
xWTharalix)-'I'lio comst.11k ljorer ( 1). Nuerharall-q!)-11w vorn-lv;it' miter
Muslahi!)-l'Im lim- caterpill,ir of t1w ontu-c (Ptipillo vrcsphma, -The
i-e:tpliis all -11 I'll- w i I) "'i'd kat\41141
r:l r%
oraugo 1).IHIO-t-woriii ( I'latip ccilcus qlorf ril i 1011cf. punclixtrigii-11w cork colorei I orinige tortricid nostraner i -I'lie clovvr-seed caterpillar (Grapholitha I pli 11 r-c(ilortk(I
tortlici(l (7,01-trix 14111(14rcanw-'Hio nimty browii tortricid dare-,
dana)-Strit-m-im insty Wana-'I'lie pale cliwer tortricid Toortrix di-copnow
lana)-Tlic Nariablt, oak-leal" eiklerpillar .Ilcterocampa


Comstock,,T. H.-Continued.
locilst-twitr borer (Eedytolopha insilicia)ia)-Tbe locust-leaf phyeid (Pentpelm con hi fella) Pempelia gledif8chiella-Telralopha diluettlella-Tortrixpolitan(t l-'I'b( .,;il-,-er-pinetoi-tri(,id ((7')-(ipholithabi-(t( teat(tia)-TbecatilI)al)od diplosis (Diplosis c0alpv)-The nispberry-leaf roller (Krarlema permundanum)-Tbe rose-twig borer (Grapholitlia packardi?)-The roller '%vorni (Ewlmnns protciis)-,ne cauliflower botis (Polis repetitalls)-Report on s(I'lle illsects includhig descriptions of Coecid.v in the collection of the United St.ites Departmeiit of Agriculture, with notes upou the baLits of those irijiiriou8 to cultivated plants, and the results of experiment in
their destruction.
Report on insects injurious to sugar cane. Spl. Rpt. No. 35, ppI I ill ws. 1881.
Comstock, M. L.
Report of the American Poinological Association fot- lowa. Ag
Upt. 1856, pp. 398-407.
Conger, Norman B.
report on the forecasting of thunderstorms durin(l, the smimier of
1892. W. 11. 11111. No. 97 pp.,54, charts. 1893.
Rep ort, on the tornadoes of May 25 in the State of Michigan. 'Mo.
W. It., vol. 24, P. 156. 1896.
Conn, H. W.
Tlie fermentations of milk. 0. E. S. Bul. No. 9, pp. 75. 1892.
Composition of milk-Fermentation of milk by reniiet-Sotirim'. of milkNumber of b.icteria in milk-Relation of electricitY to the soaring of milk-Alkaline fornumtationf3-Butyric (acid-Bitter nillk-Alk,11ille curdfillw of 111ilk al)(1 the pelAonizin". Power-Blue 111ilk-Alcoliolic lerinvilt'ltion-slimy 4ei-iiieut.ition-N-lis( ellineotis feriiieiitatioiis-I)r.t(,tl(-,iI bearings of the subject upoii, dairying-List of references to the liter.1ture.
Dair bacterioloo, 0. E. S. Bul. No. 25,pl). 40. 1895.
Gerinicide pmver of' milk--Sources of wilk bacteria-Miniber of b.icteria iii
milk-Variet v of species-Dairy inspretion-Lactic
and cryptic f6riiiim,
Blue nfilk-Alcoliolic fernientatiou-Slimv nfilk Pitruients- M ilk mid
biitter-.Norjna1 and abnormal ripeiiing of Cheese. Constable, Howard.
[Wood preservation.] For. Bul. No. 1,pp.92-98. 1887. Cook, A. J.
Tetachingentomology. I.L.,vol.3,pp.107-112. 1890.
Some bistorie notes I entomological]. T. L., vol. 4, pp. 62, 63. 1891.
A poplar Goiiioctelia. 1. L., vol. 4, p. 67. 1891.
Worh of the elitonlolorists i1i the expei-iiiiciit, stations. 1. L., vol.3,
1) 1). 2 1 14 -2 17. 1891.
Repwt of agriculttintil vxpei-ime.iits in 1891. Eiit. 110. No.26, pl).

Special planthi- for honey-clm pIn all lioney plailt-1?ocky Molitit-aill bee
platit-lkape- S' NN vet, clmer -I 'e('H 'IM 1 011i 1iZVrS-EXl)eri111V11tS fil
iii,,--cmisimiption of lioney in tliv sectimi oI' wax-iio worker bees 1*ocil

ing abotit the, 11IN-cs i1i Sl)l-illr
C o 0 k, 1). M.
'11je cii1ture atid mainifactare of siigar fi-on-i son)-hum. Ag. Rpt.
186 1, 1) 1). 3 11 -3 14.
soil an(i citit] vi tioti I larvestilIg
tiozj-,niv Hoighiiin tamte-valtie ot" the crop.


Cook, George H.
Agricultural education in New Jersey. Unnum. rpt., pp. 7-12, in
"Proceedings." 1882.
Cook, James.
[Report on farm crops and on the cultivation of the osage orange.]
Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 381, 382. Cooke, W. W.
Report on bird migration in the Mississippi Valley in the years
1884 and 1885. O. and M. Bul. No. 2, pp. 313, map. 1888.
Analysis of sour milk. Chem. Bul. No. 31, pp. 22-26. 1891.
Report on dairy products. Chem. Bul. No. 31, pp. 16-21. 1891.
Methods of instruction in teaching agriculture. O. E. S. Bul. No.
30, pp. 39,40. 1896.
Cooley, Thomas M.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 411414.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 264266.
Cooper, J. G.
The forests and trees of North America, as connected with climate
and agriculture. Ag. Ept. 1860, pp. 416-445.
Trees of the Lacustrian provinces-Trees of the Appalachian province-The
Florida region-The Camnipestrian province-The Rocky Mountain province-The Caurine province-The Nevadiani province-The Mexican province-Relations of trees to climate in western North America-Capacity of the various regions for cultivation-The succession of forests-In fi uence of forests on soils-The influence of forests on health-Cultivation of
Cope, F. J.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.] Ag. Ipt. 1852, pp.
Copeland, Josiah 8.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 259-261. Copp, Bolton A.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Connecticut.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp.
Coppinger, John W.
[Report on the commerce of Toronto, Canadla.] For. Mkts. Bul.
No. 4, pp. 27,28. 1895.
Fruits, nuts, wines, etc.-Inlmpnrity of clover seed. Coquillett, D. W.
Report on the locusts of the San Joaquin Valley, California. Ag.
Rpt. 1885, pp. 289-303.
Report on remedies for the cottony cushion scale. Ag. Rpt. 1886,
pp. 552-557.
Report on the gas treatment for scale insets. Ag. Rpt. 18S7, pp.
123-142, illus.
Supplementary report on the gas treatment for scale insects. I. L.,
voL 1, pp. 41-42. 1888.


Coquillett, D. W.-Continued.
Report on various methods for destroying scale insects. Ag. Rpt'.
1888, pp. 123-133.
Letter of submittal-The gas treatment for scale insects-Arseniureted
hydrogen gas as an insecticide-The resin compound for scale insectsThe copper mixture of gironde as an insecticide.
The cornwormin, or bollworm, of California. I. L., vol. 1, pp. 331,
332. 1889.
The imported Australian ladybird ( Vedalia cardinalis). I. L., vol.
2, pp. 70-74, illus. 1889.
Early stages-Pupa-Habits and natural history-Importation and spread.
The use of hydrocyanic acid gas for the destruction of the red scale.
I. L., vol. 2, pp. 202-207. 1890.
The dipterous parasite of Diabrotica soror. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 233236, illus. 1890.
The cypress twig borer. I. L., vol. 3, pp. 116, 117. 1890.
Variations in the braconid genus Lysiphlebus. I. L., vol. 3, pp.
313-315. 1891.
History of the hydrocyanic acid gas treatment for scale insects.
I. L., vol. 3, pp. 457-460. 1891.
A new scale insect from California. I. L., vol. 3, pp. 382,-'4. 1891.
Another parasitic rove beetle. I.L., vol. 3, pp. 318, 319. 1891.
Report on various methods for destroying the red scale of California. Ent. Bul. No. 22, pp. 9-17. 1890.
Report on various methods for destroying scale insects. Ent. Bul.
No. 23, pp. 19-36. 1891.
Report on the scale insects of California. Ent. Bul. No. 26, pp.
13-35. 1892.
Notes on the habits of some California Coleoptera. I. L., vol. 4,
pp. 260-262. 1892.
The dipterous parasite of Mfalanoplus devastator in California.
I. L., vol. 5, pp. 22-24. 1892.
Report on the locust invasion of California in 1891. Ent. Buil. No.
27, pp. 34-57. 1892.
Report on the Australian insects sent by Albert Koebele to Ellwood Cooper and B. M. Lelong. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 251-254. 1893.
On the pollination of Tucca whipplci in California. 1. L., vol. 5,
pp. 311-314. 1893.
Report oni some of the beneficial and injurious insects of California.
Ent. Bil. No. 30, PP). 9-33. 1893.
The present status of the recent Australian importations. I. L.,
vol. 6I, lpp). 24-26. 189:3.
Hydrocyanic aci(d gas as an insecticide. I. L., vol. 6, pp. 176-180.
The patent on the hydroeyanic acid gas process declared invalid.
1. L1., vol. 7, pp. 257-258. 1894.
Preliminary report on suppressing the San Jose scale in Virginia.
I. L., vol. 6, Pl). 324-326. I S9 14.


Coquillett, D. W.-Continiivd.
Report on some of the in various iiisects- of Califi)rnla. Dit. Bul.
No. .-')2, pp. 22-32. 1894.
Walwit spanworni (Boarmiaphintogeroria'), Proch(i roaics nubilata. oran-C leafroller (Tortrix eitrana), lirassy ctitworin ( 7'(t n1ocolly(t )-111'111a ), tent ("Iterpillars-Arsenioreted an(I 8illphitreted hydro,_,en ;is insecticides.
The San Jose scale in Virgiiiia. 1. L., Vol. 6. pp. 253. 254. 1894.
Is Crytoiicitret cwsitt an fil.jurious fiise&t! 1. L., Vol. 74, pp. 3361 _)39,

Caiikerworiiis. Eiit. Cire. No. 9, 2d pp.
mi. poisoii oa vol.711).;_14.1 1895.
Cecidomyild fliat lives k. 1. 11.1
Two dipterous, leaf miiiers on gardeii vegetable.,;. 1. L.. vol. 7. PP381-3847 illils. 1895.
Two dipterous iiiscets fiijiirion. to ealtiv.tted fitm-er.s. 1. L., Vol. 7,
pp. 399-402, illtis. 1895.
A new wheat pest (Soiara trifice). 1. L., VOL -4. pp. -106-408,
Revision of the Taclifijid,,P of Aiiieric:.i nortli of Afexico. a fimiil.v of
parasi tic two-whi g-ed iiisects. FAit. B"id. -No. 71. t. s.. 1)] 1. 1154.
The wali-lut spaiiworm, (B0(?r)11i(1 1)111 Ioycrofrlef), Elit. 1,3111. No. 7,
n. S., pp. 64-66' illtis. 18970 Corbett, L. C.
Systems of record keepiiig ill experimental liortleillture. 0. _E'. S.
Bal. -No. 41. pp. 104-106. 181) Corbett, W. W.
Beef aud beef cattle of the West. A g% I kj t. IS62, pp.
Corbin, S. Weliford.
[Address on road jmpr()vemeiit.] Road 11141. B111. No. 11. pl). 1.3, 14.
Corcoran, W. W.
I"ropositioiiforest.-il)lislijiieiitofexl)i ,iiiii(,,,itioii.
pp. 25, 26. in 11 Proceedijigs." 1882. Cordley, A. B.
otes oil A 11(vxi(l lille(fte'lla. E]It. Bul..'No. 9, 11. S., Corlies, James C.
C'mitagiolis plelil-0-pi it'll lll()l I ia ill :Nvw 'Ierscv. A". 1"j)t. ISS1. 111).
.161 '17.
Cormack, D. A.
Tapeworiiis -mimirr steep ill Solitli D'Ikot'i. Sill 'llid 901
A. L, 1). 371. IS93,
Cornaby, Samuel.
Oswre orllujov as Feed 1*()r silkworms. 11(). lkpt. P 70. p. 1:)(1. Cornet, W. T. S.
ltepoi't of t1leA Ill vriv;tl I Poillo1wrical Soviet y t6i. I Ildi'lli;l. A-. 1"pt.
1856, pp. 387-396.
Corea, W. P.
N11t (qjltjjr(,, ill tjj( IT11itp(I Staie."'. illellidill'., liative '111d 111trodliced
Species. 'Spl. PoIll. Npt.' pp. 1 .11. 1 'S9G.


Cottier, Joseph.
The equittimis of hydrodyiiamics in a form suitable for application
to pt-oblems cotmected with the movealeuts of the earth's atmosphere. .11o. W. It., vol. 25, pp. 296-1'302. 1897.
The equatioi!s of hydrodynamics in a form suitable for applicatioii
to problems cowiected with the movements of the earth's atmosphere. W. B. doe. No. 130, pp. 8, illus. 1897. Coudoii, Joseph.
t1kem-m-lis on wheat culture in At-aryland.] Acr. Pcpt. 1850, pp. 378,
Coulter, D. R.
Ile I)ort on farm crops, etc., in Arkan s. Ag. Itpt. 1849, pp. 170,
Coulter, John M.
Bot.miy of western Texas: A manual of phanerogams and pterido.
phytes ot'western Texas. Cont. Nat. Herb., vol. 2, pp. 5882 illus.
Upon a collection of plants made by Mr. G. C. Nealley, in the region
of' the Rio grandee, iii Texas, from Brazos Smitiago to El Paso
County. Cont. N-A. Herb., vol. 1, pp. 29-61. 1890-1895.
Prelimitiary revision of the North American species of Echiiio(-a(.-tus, Cercus, and Opuntia. Cout. Nat. Herb., vol. 3, pp.355-462*
1892-1896 ).
Coulter, John M., and J. N. Rose.
Report on Alexicmi Vmbellifer.T, mostly from the State of 0,,ix-.w-i,
recetit] collected by C. 6. Prijigle and E. W. Nelsoit. Cont. N-,It,.
Herb., vol. 3, pp. 289-309, illus. 1892-1896.
Leibergia, a new genus, of Umbelliferw. from the Columbia River
%n vol. 3, pp. 575 576. 18(92d-1896.
e(rioti. Cont.'Nat. Herb.,
Coville, F. V.
Noxiong weeds. Am. Ppt. 1889 pp.38'2-387, illus.
Ordei- (1;i-assica sinal)istruno-order Composita--;P I tc I I forl s 111111 tl)iSt]C (COC118 lanceo lit I ii8)-S0%v thistle
(Notichu.,; (Antlicink cofnla)-Onler CoinolviflacewIfed,--e blildwood (Conroll-111118 81'PhIM)-Oi-der Solaiicew-3finsoji Aveett Poly-ollacew-Yellow dock (11,11,1nex crispus)-Bitter dock flumex Aw;trautacem-Thomy ,tinanw th

(Ambrosla tri ii(let) -Oraiige li.-iwkwee(l ( Mow("I'lfill Order 11ax (Lioiaria canwicnCI III N'(01 V11 1.1 1-cw-clovei- (lo(Wet, (Cn8ciaa h-ifol1i)-()r(1vr HanEntylish 101,111tain (1,1(int(igo lanccolata)-()nler Grainhiew-Itnigniss (Cellclorois Irlbi(loidcli)-Now h)(1dei- grass-onler (h-a-minew-Pead 111illet" cat-tail 11111144Y millet (1-Ynnisettim typhoideunt)- Ortler
Grmninc i- Teff ( 1,.'raqrf)x1i8 allyssittica).
l1el)ort (0' fliv kotmist. A It11A. IS93, pp.'23-5-244.
I 11) 1 i c; I t I (I I I s I I r i i I I- t (I N 1, 1 re I 1 8, 1 S!):;-( )r i rL11 i Z: I t i (IIII () f tj I (,. I ) i %, i s i oti-I"he herb.11-111111 Nef-d ol, 1114we commo(limis quarterm-For-ige oxiwi-iniviAm at Gar(hall City, fin. div solith-6ilimelitr (111tilro-medicill.1-1
p1:111ts-HIINSiall thistlo-Pm-o secti-tiii)licatiojis of the year-liecomInel)(1:16011S.
I "o f: I I I N, 4) 1, 1 1 V all e y F, x 1wd i b on. Cott t. N at. 1.1 erb., vol. 4,
1) 1111 S. 1893.


Coville, F. V.-Continut--d.
Report of the Botanist. Acr. Rpt, 1894,1)1). 161-166.
Work of the year-'rhe herbziriiini-l-'orage plants-Seeds-Weeds-71-be
Russian thistle-Field work-Corresponde 11 cc--P libl I C.I ti Oils -P() isoliolis
'Lnd inedicinal phints-New forage phints-Seed ill%-0Sti(rjtiojI,j.
Report of the Chief of the Division of Botany. A(r. ItI)t. 18%-), pl).
Work of tliv seed-Polsoliolis philit'sGrasses and forage plants-FivId Nvorl work-List oi, public'ltions-CorresPOndence -Food pbuits-Correl.ition of ve-etatioll with
soils-Botanical artist.
Some additions to our vegetable diet.aiy. Y. B. 18957 I)p. 20-1-2111
Swiss chard-(_'harlock-C h icory-Wi n ter
.11,irsh in,-ti-itrol(l-,Ilei (-iiry-.Ill.tck
lane-Winter purslane-Spinach--New Zv:tland spinteli.
Crimsoii clover hair balls. I)Jot. Cire, _No. 8, PI). 1. j1his. 189%.
Botaiiy of Yakutat Bay, Maska. llotaiiieal report. Cotit. -Nat.
Herb., Vol. 3, pp. 334-353. 1892-1896.
Crepis occideidatis and its allies. Cont. Nat. Herb., Vol. 3, Pl)559-5651 illus. 1892-1896.
Notes on the plants used by the Klamath lwliaiis of ()i-egon.
Cont. Nat. Herb., Vol. 5, pp. 87-108. 1897.
Observations oil recent cases, of mushroom poisonffig, iii the Distriet of Columbia. ll ot. Cire. No. 13, pl). 224, illus. 1898.
Rej)ort of the Botanist. Aw. Rpt. 1896, j)l).95-102.
\Vork of the lierb;irinin-Weed itivesti(,-ations-Secd 1;i1)ov;in
tory-Poisonons plants-Plant resources -I'll blicat iolls-,Nl iscv] Lillcol Is
work-Needs (if' the Division.
Report of the Botanist. Ag. Rpt. 1897, 1)1). 167-172.
Field expei-intents vsith see4ls-jlIN-eqtitrjtioII of Ile\\- crops-Nitionil hevbariiiiii-Econoinic berhariiiiii-NNatural
plants-Testi I igseeds d istri biltvil by t lie Depart lilen t-See (I i I] vest I tra t i oll Stipport of' Ole inire-sevil niedicill,11 11oI*,1_Pl1b1lr:1for flic ensilliltr
Cowgill, E. B.
1'kej)ort on experiments with ,;orglium. Ao-. P14. 1887, ly. 22,"-2 12.
The soi-rhum sugar iiidustr ill Kaiisas. Cliem. 11111. 1-, I'll.
18-60. 1888.
Cowles, William L.
Ueluwt Oil fal-111 crol).A, etc, ill collilecticut.] A(r. 1kI)I. 18150, 111).
Cox, James L.
I Itepol-t oIt fal-111 crolls, etc., ill 011io. A fr. I k 1) f. 185 1 3! 1! 1 Cox, John C.
ITOtes oll .1'..1-icultlind collditiolls ill 111illois.1 Air. 14)t.
Craig, John A.
?, F. I!. 'No. 49, Ill). 24. 1897. Craig, J. B.
Pleuro-pil( ,11 11 loll ia. kg. l,.I)t. 1860. 1)1). 20-)2-2640


Cragin, F. W.
Remarks on cotton in Dutch Guiana. Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. 292-294. Crampton, C. A.
Composition of American beers, wines, and ciders, and the substances used in their adulteration. Ag. Rpt. 1887, pp. 183-213.
Fermented alcoholic beverages, malt liquors, wine, and cider.
Chem. Bul. No. 13, pt. 3, pp. 261-399. 1887.
Record of experiments at Des Lignes Sugar Experiment Station,
Baldwin, Louisiiiana, during the season of 1888. Chem. Bul.
No. 22, pp. 36. 1889.
Baking powders. Chem. Bul. No. 13, pt. 5,. pp. 557, -627. 1889.
Character and constitution of baking powders. Ag. Rpt. 1889, pp.
Aeration of bread-Chemical aerating agents-Consumption of baking powders-Ieccint in vestige ations-Adulteration-Classitication of baking powders -Ta rtrate powders-Phosphate powders-Alum powders-Powder containing more than one acid ingredient-Alum and phosphate powdersThe alun question "-Geniieral summary of the conclusions reachedComparison of the different classes of powders inii respect to their relative aerating strength and the amount of residue left by each-Carbonate of amnonia-Filling--" Domestic baking powders "-Regulation of the sa:ile
of making powders.
RIeport on fermented liquors. Chem. Bul.No. 35, pp. 171-184. 1892.
Report on fermented liquors. Chem. Bul.No. 38, pp. 143-147. 1893. Craw, Alexander.
A list of scale insects found upon plants entering the port of San
Francisco. Ent. Bul. No. 4, t. s., pp. 40, 41. 1896. Crawford, E.
[ Report on farm crops, etc., in Georgia.f Ag. 1pt. 1852, pp. 85-87. Crawford. J.
[Report on farm crops, etc., inl Georgia.1 Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 323-325. Creamer, H.
IReport on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 211, 212.
I Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 262, 263. Crispell, Peter, jr.
[ Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp.
193, 19 14.
Criltchett, O. A.
Abstract of the laws of the several States and Territories on irrigation and water rights. Irrig. Bul. No. 1, pp. 180. 1893.
Crocker, J. L.
Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.f Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp.
Crosby, J. Schuyler.
Borax as a preservative of butter. Ag. Rpt. 1878, pp. 576-578.
Crosby, T. R.
Structure and diseases of the horse's foot. Ag. Rpt. 1870, pp.
357-375 illus.


Crozier, A. A.
Immediate influence of cross fertilization upon the fruit. Ag. Rpt.
1887, pp. 312-318.
On the effects of certain fungicides upon the vitality of seeds.
Jour. 1Mycol., vol. 6, pp. 8-11. 1890. Crump, 1M. H.
[Good roads.] O. E. S. Bul. No. 14, pp. 45-47. 1893.
[Address on road improvement.] Road Inq. Bul. No. 10, pp. 32-35.
Kentucky highways: History of the old and new systems. load
Inq. Bul. No. 13, pp. 24. 1895. Cru, Thomas.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 274,
Cull, Edward L.
The beet-sugar industry. Mo. Rpt. 1873, pp. 441, 442. Culver, Garry E.
[IReport of field geologist for North and South Dakota on proper
location of artesian wells for irrigation.] S. Ex. D)oc. No. 222,
pp. 55-63, illus. 1890.
Oi the undertflow and sheet waters, irrigable lands, and geological
structure of the Dakota basin. S. Ex. Doc. -No. 41, pt. 3. pp.
195-209, map. 1892.
Curry, Thomas.
[Report on the commerce of Sethbridge, Alberta.] For. Mkts. Bul.
No. 4, p. 67. 1895.
Curtice, Cooper.
Tapeworm disease of sheep of the Western plains. 4th and 5th
Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 167-184, ills. 1889.
Outbreaks of Southern cattle fever in Maryland. 4th and 5th
Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 429-442. 1889.
The animal parasites of sheep. Unnum. rpt., pp. 222, illus. 1890.
The larvae of Hypodcrma boris. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 207, 208. 1890.
The detection of tuberculosis ini cattle. 12th and 13th Rpts. B. A. I.,
pp. 283-295, illus. 1897. Curtis, Edward, and J. 8. Billings.
Report of results of examinations of fluids of diseased cattle with
reference to presence of cryptogamic growths. Dis. Cattle, pp.
174-190, illus. 1869.
Report of results of examinations of fluids of diseased battlee with
reference to presence of cryptogamic growths. I)is. Cattle, pp.
156-170, illus. 1871.
Curti, P. D.
An address on swine. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 2, pp. 148-155. 1 ,3. Curti, George E.
Analysis of the causes of rainfall with special relation to surthe
conditions. For. Bul. No. 7, pp. 187-191. 1893.
Winds injurious to vegetation and crops. W. B. Butil. No. 11, pt.2,
pp. 43-444. 1695.


Curtis, H. E., M. A. Scovell, and A. M. Peter.
On some sources of error- in the determination of potash fertilizers.
Client. Bul. No. 49. pp. 42-45. 1897. Curtis, Thomas D.
Abont a butter standard. )Iisc. Spl. ltpt. 'No. 211 pp. 142-146.
Ctirtiss, D. S.
W-ater for destitute re(41ions. Ag. Rpt. 1867, pp. 2:10-216.
f]ffects of" pilre Soft Nvatel-Distribittioti of' bless ii.-s-Pn)o i's bv the ralti
gall."(-Noofs :111(l cistel-ns-Co8t of cisterns vei-stis \vvIls-(,'1ioIei-;i an(I Q111111liel, on the loss hv fiie.
6tcaiii cult i vatiou. Ag. Rpt. 1867, pp. 2G3-278.
ain cultniv iii 14'itrope-f
te A .1 -Attell- tests ol'steani calbire-Ste-mit tilla-e iii
Frailcv-St( .l III Plowitlor ill t1le Ullitell :-4tates.
Statistics of corn growing. Mo. Rpt. 18759 pp. 23-1-236. Curtiss, George G.
Treatmetit of bitter rot of the apple. Bot. Bal. No. It, pp. 38-41.
Cushing, Caleb.
Agriculture of Spain. Ag. Rpt. 1876, pp. 287, 2188. Cutter, W. P.
Report of the Librarian. Ag. Upt. 1894, p. 203.
A. pioneer ill agricultural science. Y. B. 1895, pp. 493-502, illus.
;. -Hettltufre iii colotiial con(litioils an(i intitivilevsI,:(IIIlIll1d I'll t1i if- I.: efforts to ilwiease the fertility of' the soil-Experlinent-s ill dw Ilse oF nwrl-llow iwirl iiicreascs fertility of soil-l'ai-lilei-s' iletlriAter-l-'ablit. service's of' Mi.. Uliffill. Dabney, Charles W., jr.
The scientific Nvork of the Dep.irttnent of Agrictilttire,. 0. E. S.
,Bid. -No. 2-1, pp. 63-67. 1895.
Vivisection ill the District of Coluinbia. Ciro. No. 2, seeretavy's
Office, pp. 8. 1896.
J.'rogress of Southern agriculture. Ciro. No. 3, Seeret.ii-y's Office,
pp. 12d. 1896.
The vivil service, in the Dep.-ti-tinent of Agriculture. Ore. No. 51
sevret'll-y's Officv pp. 4. 189(1.
Civil service ill the Depal-tmeWi of Ngrictilture. 0. F S. Clii-c.
To. *,), pp. 10. 1897.
Dabiiey, Jolin C., and Gilbert H. Hicks.
The stipei-ioi value ot' larore heavy seed. Y. ]1. 1896, pp. .101-)--,122,

I fit
ScO(I Ih-sir.1hilit'N' (d, Im oxvill" Hie ol-i-in of of voll(1114-till".
(1\1)"rillivilt's J.'Xilel-illiclits w itli So ja of' 41iflcl-clit
-l"Xiow"Illuilt, witil jw:IS-1,:XjwI.iIlwIk1 witil 1w,1114 of (lifferelit (levi-lopillelit W' ))],Ilits fi-olll lloav all(I lilg-lit sov(1-11411,1tioll ()f 1wavN sc('A to Hiv v.11-1), stages of' 111:111t, "I-owtll.
The vitalit v t& seed tivttvd with c:u-boii bistilphide. Bot. (Iirv.
N o. I I p. -5. 189 7.
Dale, E. C.
of t1w ("iiitcd states ANit. Ag. lt'pt. 1852, pp.
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Dall, William H.
Report upon the agricultural resources of Alaska. Ag. Rpt. 18687
pp. 1,;2-189, illus.
The Yuikoni territory-Aluti aik district-Tlie Sitkaii i itrict-G eneral s1111nmary-U'sefuil indigenouts Alaskan plants.
The food fishes of Alaska. Ag. Rpt. 187-0, pp. 375-392, illus. Dallas, W. L.
The prediction of droughts in Indlia. WV. B. Diii. -No. 11, pt. 1. lip.
13-18. 1894.
Climatology of southern and western Asia. W. B1. Bal. -No(. 11,
pt. 3, pp. 672-686, charts. 1896.
Apreliiniary discussion of certain cyclical changes it Inial. Mo.
W. It., Vol. 25, pp. 532-538, illus. 1697. Daly, Charles N.
[Report oti the commerce of Gtielph, Canad.. For. Ms.B 11.
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[Report onl farmn Crops, etc., in Maie, A. 1pt. 185 1. pp. 131-1,"4.
[Report onl farm crops, etc., in Maiine.I Ag. RIpt. 1852. pp..131-1320 Dancy, IF. B.
On the determination of available phosphoric acid ini tfetilizer~s
containiug cottoll-seedl meal. Ch1em. Bul. -No. 28, pp. 161-1(16.
Darlington, William
Weeds of' American agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 185 1PP. 509-519. Daugherty, J. S.
[Address before grood-roads convention of Texas.1 Roadl lnj. Bul.
No. 15, pp. 3-6. 1895. Davie.-, David C.
[Report onl the coziuerce of Swansea, \XTades.I For. -111J." BIll.
-No. 1, pp. 85, 86. 1895.
Live stock, cheese, fruit, apples, etc. Davis, G. C.
Notes on a Few borers. 1. L., vol. 4,7 pp1. 6-C7. 18;91.
Special economic insects of, the season. 1. L., vol. 7,1 pp.1 21
1S! 4.
Mealy bugs andl their allies. I. L., -ol 74, pp. 168-175. 189 1. Davis, James B.
Introductionl of the Asiatic buiflah, the B'ra urn iii1 ox, and1( the CaIshmtere, Scinle, :,11(l Malta groats in1to "South0 Carinla. Ag.. 1"Pt.
1853, PP. 20-22.
Davis, John.
[Itelort, on farin crops, etc-, Iiilllin11ois.J A1g.11it. 185l-d pp. 1,
Davis, John ff.
IReport onl farm-11 crops, etc.,7 inl South Car1olin.J A l%,ld. 1M17,
pp. 385,386,
[IReport onl fatrm crops, etc., ill Southl Carolinaj Ag,-. ltpt l
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Davis, John H.-Con till tied.
[11eport mi farni crops, etc., in Soutb Carolina.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp.
Davis, Mrs. Lavinia K.
Female life iu the open air. Ag. Ept. 1866, pp. 4,30-440. Dawson, Chai-les r., and Theo'bald Smith.
Injuries to cattle from swallowhig pointed objects. 10tb and 11th
Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 78-81. 1896.
Dawson, Charles 3P., and Veranus A. Moore.
Tubel-CLOOSiS In swiue: Thesnature-of the disease, with a report of
t1ii-ee cases. 12th and 1.3th Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 207-2,18, illus.
18 1) 7 .
Day, Jo.)il M.
Public ownership and cmitrol, of the w.-iter the only safety for the
ii-rigator. 1890.
Deakin, Alfred.
An ALIStralian report on American irri(ration. ]Uuinuln. rpt., pp.
'riuisiuitte(I y the commissiononr of* k-rictilture in response to Senate
i-esulution of Augustl, 1666. Deaij, Albert.
Reg-ulating the tUaWSportation of*Souttierii cattle. R11 and 7tli
Itpts. B.A. 1.1pp.3919-400. 1891.
Cotidition of cattle in the Southwest. Sth and 90 Rpts. B. A. 1.1
p.377. 1693.
Deaii, Seneca.
11%leport of Superintendent of SeedDivisiciii. Ag. Rpt. 186,1 PP.
12 5. 12 6.
Deaver, Henry J.
Sweet pot',Itoes: cultiv4atloll and III a 11'I'vellielit. ':Xg. Ppt. 1856,
pp. 222, _-3.
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J'Neport on farm crops, etc., in Loui,-,itatia.] A (T. 1)q)t. 1848, pp.
Decker, Horace M.
Oil the iiwchimics of the kite. .11o. W. P., vol. 251 pp. 349, 350.
189 7.
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Horse tvp1mi(l fever, or gastrwinfltumuitory epizootic. Alo. Upt.
DeHai t, D. E.
J'Address oll 1-oild i III provement. ltoad Iii(j. Bul. No. 10, pp- 15-17.
I S9 1.
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Nitrific"ItHill ill '11-able soil. F". S. R., vol. pj).353-366,491-.504.

The cilicacy of' iitiiiioiii,,t- 'I'raiisforiii.itioti of the
11iti-twell of, 111111111s ill toallillLA)IIi:1 -1.,ol-111,1tioll of, iliti-ates ill the tioil-I)isuofvy N ()I. 111v 111t.1-ic I 0.1-111clit Coll(1111011S li('Cess'lry to the prodlictiou of
lilt r'itcs ill the s(oll- 'Stinly (4 411-allintne of resvarch-('oillPOSItlull (4 Up. %%,,iturs ()j* iiiiiiiiiicd itna unwanured soils-Excedd-


Deherain, P. P.-Coutinued.
ive nitrification in soils sent to the Grignon stition-_N'itrification in Auvergne and Gri-non soils after pulverization ind tei-ation in atituninNitrification insamples of" soil collected diii-ing winttr.ind sl)ilii(,,-Nitrifleation in soils stii-red at the sui-I'dee init in those left undisturbedResults ol)taincd on ve-etation I)oxes it Gi-i-nou duriD,, the yek-Irs 1692
and 1893-R681.11116 and coulusions. Delafield, J.
[Report on farm crops., etc., in New York.] Ag. Rpt. tS18jpj).11S435.
De Leon, Edwin.
Remarks on cotton [in Egypt]. Ag. ript. IS56, pp. 256-2060. De Mott, James.
[Report on farin crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp.
De Mott, James, and John R. Young.
[Report on farin crops etc., in New York.1 Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp.
Demoussy, Emile.
Investigations at the Grio-wit Agriculturld Experimelit Station.
E. S. 11. vol. 5, pp. 3-2 7. 18
Exhaustion of' ai-abli, lands I)\- co0intionsculture Nvithout jti;inui'v-1,ossvs
and gains ot'nitrogen In the soll-Loss ()t* lliti-w-'cli I'l-oln Soil hv di-aiIIar(3Autunin catch crops I'oi- vettinhig the nltl 'ltes Nv'lshed out h draill.lge water-Ilumic natter as -I uuccssar food l'urcertLiu plants' The phusphoric acid of the soil.
Denby, Charles.
Agriculture ill Chiiia. Rpt. Stat. 189-17 pp. 2:3-34.
Traditioiial orh-in-Pritniti\ e inctliods still in v()-,iie-N1etlioi1s of' f'ertilizitloii 'Ind illi plellients- SySO -III (d land Ilwasill-eweiit-Principal en)ps-Con4litioll -)tm 'Iti'l-Ic [d t ill-A
Profits aiiil how sliircd-NN',igcs ()f' fikrni lalmi-ev'- -Soci.ll coll4litions .111d possil)ilitics-Theoi-y of litud oNvnei-ship-Econonfic 411 icst ions-C hinuse
Dennis, R. IF.
Gardening in San Donihigo. 'Mo. Rpt. !87:) pp. 14:). 44 Dennis, William C.
Oil the lilantifiacture of salt. Ag. Upt. 1,S55, pp. 112-150.
Sisal hemp. Ag. Rpt. 1855, plo. 2.12-24-1.
Production of Sisll heillp ill Florida. Ag. Upt. IS56. pp. 2152-251.
The history, commerce. sottiTt's, 111:11111fiactill-el 11110 ecolifililical vahle
of salt collsitilled ill alld export(A froll) the Flilled Stittes. A.".
Rpt. 1,8157, pp. 133-1'5 2, Mitts. Denniston, G.
[Report on fiti-iii crops, etc., hi New York. k I t 1) 1 I S5 1. 1) 1). :"' 21
Dent, George.
lReport, (.)it f4itrin crops, etc., iii 1111ijois. Ag. Upt. ISIS, pp. 539, Io. Dent, John H.
[Report oil fiarm crops, etc., in Alabama. Ag. U'l i t. IS I 11). 7

[Report oil t1trin crops, etv., iii Alaballia.1 A I 1) t I'S I
217 13- No. 4-5


Dent, John ]EE.-Contitined.
[1 Lej)()rt on firta crops, etc., in Alabama.] Ag. Rpt. 18497 pp. 1487
Wei)ort on t4rm crops, etc., in Alabama.] Ag. Rpt. 1850 pp. 12ds-l2,ss.
Denton, A. A.
The n i an ufact tire of soro-lium sirup. Cliem. Cire. No. 1, pp. 3, 1894. Denton, 'William.
Report upon the basin of the Colorado in California. 'S. Rpt. -No.
928, pt. 3, pp. 376-'181. 1890. Denza, P. Prancesco.
Meteorology of the Italian mountains. W. B. Bul. No. 2, pt. 31
pp. 659-669. 1896.
Derby, John S.
[Report on the commerce of St. John, New Brunswick.] For. Mkts.
Bul. No. -17 pp. 5-1-56. 1896.
De Roode, Rudolph.
The determination of phosphoric acid and ni trogen in commercial
fertilizers iTI the same weiglied (Itiautity of ,itib6tance. Ullem.
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Report on phosphoric acid. Chem. Bul. No. 38, pp. 6-16. '1893. Detmer, W.
The influence of moisture, temperatureand light, conditions on tile
process of geniination. AV. B. Bul. No. 2, pt. 27 pp. 405-426.
Detmers, H. J.
Investio-ation of swine plague.
Descl-Ttlon of* swille Jda-lic-I'll( Syljlj)t0jjjS_'j'jle 1)1-()trll()SiS tll(l tel-Illilllseries of' ex1wrilticlits-1,1143 cOil tagion-Tile calluses and I he llatuve ot, the illorhid I)i-ovess-Tile I)I-ocess-Perio(I of, of lit lily
exiwi-imeiital st,;itioii, tile veterinarY hosj)ital of' the Illinois 1whistrial 1, 11 iv e 1.8 i t" v-S111)ldclilental reI)ort-The bacilli suis-Clinical observations-Mul-I)i(I dl lllgesaftel- (1cath.
(I'landers. Ag. Rpt. 18787 pp.44,5-476.
Varcy, or extenial glanders-TIle jtiorl)i(i 1)r0ecss-'riie catisesan(I origin of
r irlaildcl.s.
Inve.,4igation ot' swine plagite. bld. lkj)t. No. 1.2., pp. 19-56, illus.
Glamlers. Spl. Rpt. -No. 12, pp. 257-288, illus. 1871).
111vesti-'atioll ()I* sNville platrite. Rpt., 1819, pp. '369-420.
Dt-fintilml ()I* SwIlle
illf, 111.1irlic III Otlicr I Ili I 11,11's- I'lle contatriolls or illfectiolis
_,pn-adill-" its j)r()j1,l1r:lti0Il, aii(l its vitalit Tlio in(irbid
velillow Ti-vatillelit Vacts and obsclV.1tiolih Illustratill", t1lo Ille.11114 1)y uhlch swille Jdagile Is sprv;ld- -swille 111.1".11v llot linlite(I ill itsattacks to ;iii(l c\j)vxiinvnti volatinu to treatniviit and I)I-03velitioliV \ 104"I'l lilvn t s witIl 11v;1111ly 16'rs-Miscroscolne exa nli ila tion-The scllizoillycl-tcs Pcsliltm and conchislOlls,
Investig.10011 of, swille plag-tiv (second report). Spl. Rpt. No. 212,
pp. 13-67, illus. iSSO.


Detmers, H. T.-("'olitinflud.
Investigatimi of swille plague. Ag. Rpt. 1880, pp. 527-569, illus.
Definitloil of s%%,ine pjj(rjIe-,SN fill) tmlls-prw 1) Id C11,111-es-post11101-tem exa III ill atiolls-1.'x perl men i x%- i I i (- potpie ill other animals-I'lle infectious priliciple-I'lle Illol-hid pI-oc-( Ss--St,1'1,,-(, of colollizatioll-Measfires of NN-Ith carb(dic acid III herds-I'n-atment.
liivestio-atloii of Texas cattle fever. A(,-. Rpt. 18807 pp. 593-6017

The 01,irg in of the imestig:160".
Iiivestip-atimi of Texas cattle fever. Spl. Upt. INTO. 347 pp. 291-,24971

luvestigatimi of swhie platrue (third report). Spl. Rpt. No. 347 pp.
153-1951 illuji. 1881.
Ilivesti,--atioli of 6wilie plague. Ag. Rpt. 1881, pp.311;
'I'Lic causes ofthe colllparall%-e mildew.,, t id ()fthr sl()%N,(,r spreading- ofs%%-illo
Ida.1111c ill 1880-81-Morhi(l chall4pl-s and 111ol-bld
Means ()t' pre\-untiou-'Frcatment of \-erY Sick anillials.
Diseases amoiig horses iii Illinois. A,,-. Rpt. 16S1, pp. 0305-")59,

Eiizootic cerebro-weuitio-itis amomr liot-ses in Texas. Ag. Rpt.
1681, pp. 3603- 3i L
morbiti change,-Thi, causes of the VDZ006V-1 11T.AiOll mortality, aud treatIlIcut.
Diseases of' sheep in Texas. A,,,,-. Rpt. 1883, pp. GS-81.
111vestio-atioll of solithel-11 cattle fevei-- U71111u1n. I-I)t., pp. 103-145
illus, ill 1-colitag-ious diseases of domestic allinial-S." 1880.
Diseases of sheep hi Texas. I'llimill. 1-14. pp., 17 7-1947 illus, ii.1
*4 Coll tal ljolls diseases of domest W allillulls.- 18S,3.

investigation of' Soutlicrii cattle fever. Ist VIA. B. A. 1.7 pp. 426436. 1885.
Devereaux, Thomas P.
lReport ml kil-111 croj)-S, utc -, ill North C'andilia-1 A;,-. Upt. IS19,
12 I 11.
Devoe, W. S.
Ait outbreak oI* cattle disea-w M Nms;ts. 12t1i and 1".1til Rpt.s.
B. 1_7 pp. 3''2-,325. 1,S97.
De Vuyst, Paul.
A..'rictiltund (Aucatioll il-I Bul-411111. 11,'j. ;- It., \'(d. -1, pp. 770,3-70,s.

Dewey, C. Frailk.
It(11oll oil 111tiluarian 111illilig. 1kpl. pp. "),S-46.
Dewey, Lyster H.
characte-rislic vegetatioll 40, the. de"wrt I-egioll fi-mil westel-11 Te\as
to celiti-A Al-1/01M. A?-. Upt. 1891, pp.
Nic!"(111il I pill dmw I --l'arkinsonitt ii,'I'lls
A c kukl m c 4-.ict its Ill v;11111111\\ (1041 1 1",14l/illf-r(I splelsdt-118 (iialit (-Act u- k Cf 1-01N (11 "llb llq I-


Dewey, Lyster H.-Continued.
The Russian thistle and other troublesome weeds in the wheat
region of Minnesota and North and South Dakota. F. B. No.
10, pp. 16, illus. 1893.
The Russian thistle: Its history as a weed in the United States,
with an account of the means available for its eradication. Bot.
Bul. No. 15, pp. 32, illus. 1894.
Nut grass. Bot. Circ. No. 2, pp. 4, illus. 1894.
The Russian thistle. Bot. Circ. No. 3, pp. 8, illus. 1895.
Weeds; and how to kill them. F. B. No. 28, pp. 31, illus. t895.
Migration of weeds. Y. B. 1896, pp. 263-286, illus.
General remiarks-Weed migrtion by natural means-Weed migration by
artificial means-lHistory of we 'td migrations-Sumiuary.
Tumbling mustard (Nisymbrium altissimum). Bot. Circ. No.7, pp. 8,
illus. 1896.
Legislation against weeds. Bot. Bul. No. 17, pp. 60. 1896.
Wild garlic (Allium vineale). Bot. Cire. No. 9, pp. 8, illus. 1897.
Three new weeds of the mustard family. Bot. Circ. No. 10, pp. 6,
illus. 1897.
The camphor tree (Ginnamo um camphora). Bot. Cire. No. 12, pp.
8, illus. 1897.
Dewey, Osman.
[Report on farm crops in Vermont.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 148, 149.
[Report on farm crops in Vermont.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 144-146. Dickor6, William.
Suggestions for the better arrangement of food examinations.
Chem. Bul. No. 38, pp. 162-164. 1893. Dickson, Almar P.
[Report on the commerce of Gasp6 Basin, Quebec.] For. Mkts.
Bul. No. 4, pp. 49, 50. 1895. Dickson, William.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Georgia.] Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 144-147. Dickson, William.
Shoeing. Spl. Rpt. Dis. Horse, pp. 529-541, illus. 1890. Dickson, William C.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Georgia.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 393395.
Diehl, Israel S.
The goat. Ag. Rpt. 1863, pp. 216-229, illus.
The wool bearing goat-The caslhmiere and Thibetian goat-Tihe angora
goat-Introdluction of these goats into the United Sttate -What improvements can be made in the breed of goats? Dietel, P.
Notes on some Uredinen* of the United States. Jour. Mycol., vol.7,
pp. 42, 43. 1891.
Dines, W. H.
The relative merits of anemometers in general use. W. B. Bul.
No.2, pt. 3, pp. 699-710, illus. 1896.


Dingley, Isaac.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in.Aassachugetts.] Ag.1Rpt.1850jpp.
[Remarks on fertilizing matter in bottoms of rivers.] Ag. Rpt.
1852, p. 153.
Dixon, D. B.
Hungarian millet. Ag. Rpt. 1856, p. 306. Dobbins, J. R.
The spread of the Australian ladybird. 1. L., vol. '2, p. 112. 18-, ,'9. Dodge, Allen.
Report on the cmidition of dairying in the principal dairy States.
Unnuin. rpt., pp. 35. 1886.
Dodge, Allen W.
Orcliards: Their cultivation and management. Ag. Rpt. 18491 pp4)76-2-sl.

Dodge, Charles Richards.
Vegetable fibers in the collection of the Departmeiit of Agrictilture. Ag. ltpt. 187911)1). 497-611.
Economic ion of fi he r.;-A n on.i c e.q,-At aivn e ea, -,Ster c I i I ii eeT-Ti I iApocYnace.t- -Asclepi.,ulamv Conliacew TIlYnialice;u t1'i-tl(*.IV(,;l,
nincew- P;in(latmcea- Lilim-e;v -Jiincacew
Divhsonie;v-()ur flaxan(I livinp supplyI)oIllestic imports .11ill
ture- Ir'it consillerat *Ons -Clilt ivat loll-l"llnic-.1 ute-Mbel, lllacllillery-Tile (.111tivatioll of Ibiildmi ariccitnev in Ncw Jui-sey. \\ltlt lettei- ()f Prof. Sylvestei- Witei-limise-An wt ti) enemit-airl, tilr pi-milit-tion t1l)(1 tre:01114-11t of filwrs ill the st.1te of New Jersey-List ot, llitelits fol. filwi.
inaciiinerY wA provesseti.
A de.swriptive (,.Itajo(1rue of the manufaehires froiii iiative Nvoods,,as
sliown ill t1je exIdbit of f1w. IT. S. Department of Agri(,liltill-calld
4j orlealls,
at the World's I industrial and Cott0ii Exposi t imi at Ne\\
Louisiaiia. Mise. SpL Ept. No. 1), pp. 84, 1886.
Tile flfi, aud entoiiiolwrical work of the late Towiieiid Glover, tirgt
eittoniolo(rist of the 13. S. 1)evirtmeiit of A oriculture. Eint. 111111.
-No. 18, pp. Gs. illus. ISM.
Flax culture ill F',urope. F11wr Rpt. N.o. 1, 1q). 11-26), illus. 1890.
Vie heitip iiidustuy ill FraTwe. 14"iber Upt. '.No. 1. pp. 27-31. 1890.
The raiiije m-,whiiie, trials. Fiber PIA. No. 1. pp.32-59, 111lis. 1890.
Fiber prodtwtio)ii ill Aiiieri(-a. Fiber Itpt. No. 1, pp. -13-13, 111tis.
Tile raiiiie question. 14"iber lkpt. No. 1, pp. 7.1-90. 1890.
'Itite and olliel. fillers. Fiber lkpt. 'No. 1, pp. M-94. 1890.
1",eport of t1ke Special acrellf ill (-.jj;kl-,rp of fiber A(r
P ?_ t-% 1-1
11pt. IS90, plo. 451-470.
FI.IX-11clup-Sisal culti\ation in
Report of' t1w special a ,etlf ill clial-'re of* filwi. lllvvstigatloll-, Ag.
Upt. 1891, I)p 7
Tlio sisal living iniltustry ill Vlori(la-soil, clinlate. awl clilt lirt-Yiel(I pol.
acrv-Preintuation ot' ill(- ii1wr -'I'lie ila\ lmlw4tt- .


Dodge, Charles Richards-Contin tied.
lReeent facts regarding the ramie industry in America, with brief
statements relatiiig to mamitacture in 1',tirope, etc. Fiber Rpt.
IS-o. 2, pp. 16, illus. 1891.
The sisal hemp plant in F lorida. Fiber Rpt. No. 3, pp. 9-17, illus.
lReport of the pechil ag-ent in cb.,ircre, of fiber investigations. Ag.
Rpt. 1892, pl). 359-376, illus.
Leaftibers Hismitliern at Cocoamit (;rove (Bisca. vne
11a V)-iJinit of s1sal liemp ciil t ivation-Work at t1w experimental fi'letor.y-Negarding cidtivation-The machine (piestion-Fa,1se sisal liempThe pmeapple liher-Bowstrill", hellip-New ZeAmid Ilellip.
The ramie m.icIdne trials at New Orleams. 111A. 'Stat. 1,892., pp.
F lax culture for fiber. Fiber Upt. No. 4, pp. 9-:' )9. 1892.
lt',,imie culture in the South. E. S. Bul. No. IG, pp. 164-166.
189: ).
Sis,,ril hemp investigations. Fiber RIA. No. 5, pp. 11-271 illms.
FAse si, al lienip (Aflarc dccipicm ). Fiber Ept. No. -5, pp. 28-339
ilIns. IS93.
Other fiber-prodneing icr:ives. Fiber Rpt. No. 5.pp. M-43, lillus.

Pineapple fiber (Ananassa sath-a.). Fiber Rpt. No. 51 pp. 44-51.
Bowstring Itemp. 1 iber Upt. No. 5, pp. ri'2-61, ilhis. 1893.
New Zetalmid flax (Pliormliem lr)mx). Fiber Rj)t. No. 51 pp. 62-69,
i I 111 S. 189: 1.
llear (Frmss9 ()r Y11ce"I fibel, (Vww(f fibmiciltosa). Fiber R14. -No. 5.
pp. 70-743 Illus. 1,S93.
Pel)ort of the Speeill '10v1A in cliar(re of fiber investigations. A(y
I t 1) t. 18913, .5 G T -'5 S I
lnt.rodmt0v.v-',1'1ie h1wr e\1ii1)it or tile I)epartment at ('16cago-'Flie pro(IlIction toljilte-Pr(wress In the rnilliv indil"Iry--Machilies for decol-tivatgreell nlillic -Ralllir 111,1111ICartlin's It':111lio ('111filre ill the I'llitell "-4at-es000iral experimttits Fhx (.111hin. fi)v tilwr -11:1X 111.1chilles-Fla\ cIlltill-A expel-lilleilts-Thc growth ot, 11a,\ for ex p lrt- Pi Ilea 1)1)1 e fibelfor oXtI-:IctiII- the filwi. -PAIIIIAto libel, ill 1111stril's-I'ses of pallm-42to Ivat" st'('Ills' nmt"" ct.c.-The lildi(rellolls haRt fibers.
reimrt mi flie micultivated bast fibei-S ot, t1le United St'ates,
ill(-111(jilig tjjf 11istoyy of I)I-eviolls v\j)('riments \vitll the 14,111t.,; or jihvl s "Llid hricl' shltcmellt.' 1-clilt-ing. to the allie'd Spe6es t-Imt #11.4. pi-mhiccd emn nivrci.i Ily in div 01d World. Fiber Rpt. No. G
pp.54' illus. js!).J.
P"act's colleemling. I."111lie. Y. B. 189 1, pp.4 13-460' Hills.
flist.m. v '11141 descriptim l H)c Indlimtr v ill of railliv
:11141 11,1\ Method's ot, clilt'lln.- Hal-vi'stilig Hill crop -Yield (d' rallilo- r\t ract in-, tile tiller -,\1't(.5r-procvvAvs and
Nelmi't, of' tile 011ice of 1 ibcr hivcstig-Mimis. Ag. li'l)t. 189-11 pp.
1971 19S.


Dodge, Charles Richards-Continue(l.
A report on the cultivation of ramie in the Vnited States. with
statements concerning the Imictice in foreign cotiliti-jes, co's;t of cultivation, and percentages of yield. the machine question, awl preparation of the fibel- for manufactui-e. Fiber Ept. --N-o. 7. PP.
63, MUS. 1890.
Flax for seed and fiber, F. 13. No. 127, pl). 16. 1895.
Hemp culture. Y. B. 1895, I)p. 21.5-222.
Reportof the Officeof Fflwr Iii vest i(4-ation s. A(,-. Rpt. 1895.pp. 187,
A report on the culture of hemp and jute in the I-Dited States,
with statements concerning the practice hi foreipi countHes, the preparation of the fiber for market, and 1-cmarks on the 111"whille
question. Fiber Ikpt. --o. 8, pp. 43. illus. 1896.
Report of the Office of Fiber luvestig-ittimis. Ag. R'pt. 18967 Pp.
27 7 28.
Report of the 81-liecial Agent of the Office of Filwr Investigations.
Ag. I-I'pt. 1897, 1)1). 21-24.
A descrij)tive catalogue of the usefid fiber Iflants of the w(w1d,
including the sti-lictill-al and economic cla,',sitications of Uwrs.
FiI)er E IA. -N'o. 9, pp. 36 1, i I lus. 18.) 7. Dodge, Harvey.
Farming in Worce.ster, Massachusetts. Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp.2GS-4247.
Agricultural education. Ag. Ept. 1851. 1)1). 19-30. Dodge, J. A.
Condition of the poultry and em,- industry. 8th aiid 9th PLI)ts.
A. L. pp. 305-3:4. IS93.
Dodge, J. E.
Report on fattening of I)igs. Acr. Ekpt. 18501 1). 191. Dodge, J. R.
West Vii-ginia. Ag. U14. 1863, 1)1). 42-1 74
of improN-ementForest lan(Is climate ---\]tit u(Ic-Tenipci-at 111-c
Surfi-we unol si)il-T.ih1c of* t*;irm- Lin(kan(i Cirm toch ill tilt, vAlcY -mIUties ill 1860-T.Ibleoffial-111 pl-o(Illuts-The Illolliltaill, --The p,11IlI;IlI4lle-Tlic rkei-comitics-I'lie K:111;kwim V.11le \- S4111111cril comitles--I'llo cclltr ll colilltieg- statistics of* (it, th" 111111111cl. aml v.11lic of
(liffelcilt, kil.1418 of, live mtock-stllement c\1ii lilt mg tll(, .111mitit.\ and
()f Hollic (if tile prillcipil itellis W' I'm-111
llients-Ro.lils-1 ill] 11-m-cillent ol'i-ivers -1:,illi-witis -- or ,,.ml/tit'011.
Maize p4alwi. and maize cloth. Ale. Uj)t. ISG3. 1q). 4,36-438.
Birds and NI'd ]aws. Ay. I"
ill kl)t.
Uses of hink- A 11.11"mcc ill :11111ti'll prmlll.-t ion -v ivir I, i ill t v 'Is
itim-ct 4it-stroyeni-False c1mi-es rchitc(1-11 low to prote(:t t lic bi ril, I)l"folst,
of Ili I (I mi(l "MM, 1.1 ws.
Consular cm-n-slimidence. A,,,. RI)t. 1861, 111). 187-501.
('aspi" B.Isill, ( 'alm(la ulst Pit:1 filicl- I ),\ v mid (,:Illlllqt W(mik 01*
114111( t ill Nicani-na- ( 'ot toll :m 4l ot livi ltru l limi lirmln is
'ottoll ill P klm lIIa--( oI (oll ill Pern -- Vallo.\ ol' tilt, I I Im llc l I aill :I Ifoll
anil S11-al. 411, 4 1 1041., iskillils lin.
of Sw i-414-11 V\Jw rts ill' I)cIllicli 1, i I I I s, 1 ;2 llo'cl-c.1s" (4 161,m llict 11M ill Irev\jw lA'4 lit 411, 4.\p41I Is 11,1111 N 11-ii.11
(luring tk e \ears, n-om iSI-oA ti, 1:0;2, inc1wslvc-F,,u.k-,v plant, Ili Ptilshla__


Dodge, J. R.-Continued.
,rob:iceo ill Ttaly-Wine crop of France-The wbeat crop of France'I'lli'llil)-rioote(l. eiiervil-Grape8 and other pro(Iticts of Malaga-Exports froiii BriD(Iisi ', Italy-Pro(bicts of the IoDian Isles-Coctlineal in TeneriffelTradc of''Fripoli-Cotton iii.Nfoi-()cco-l)let.iro-I)iieumonia-Grapevines from
Chin,-i ()Ta -,s. A(r. Rpt. 1865, pp. 347-352.
Long-wool ,;heep. Ag. Rpt. 18657pp.479-484, Mus.
Madder. Ag.
Z-. H'Pt. 1865, pp. 339-346.
Pr4ipertie,; aml itses-Iniports-Cliiiinte an(l soil-Cultart, in Zea1&n(1-Cn1ture ill Fr.ince.
The cattle plaffne in Europe. Ag. Rpt. 1865, pp. 550-569.
11 Nt or v ot'the illse:tse-Ttie (lispase ill Gre;it Britain-Cattleplague in In(liaN;Itllre of, the disvIS(-SVllIj)t0iiis-.k of prevention-British ("Ittle-ph-iie act-Laws of' continental nations-Anieri(..III cattle ill (1,111ger.
Report of the St(afl.stician. Ag. Pipt. 1865, pop. 5"7.
'I'lie. cropsof 18(;5-.A veraz-e val tie of* crops pericre-The farni stock of 18651';[)d(, SlIoNvilig the total value, of live stocl -Farni stock of the United
s.-Illd E'llrolw-sheel) killed by (lo-s-Pro(Itictionand constiniption of
\vool-Agricultural e-_,q)orts-New York cattle supply for 1865-Wool prodlicts Of, the Pacific coast-Iminigr.ition at New York.
The Jaques "Cream-pot" Stock. _.Ag. Rpt. 1866, pop. 292-294.
Wby and w1tere mutton sbeep are profitable. Ag. Rpt. 1866, pp.
:41-:) 1 illus.
Wei,-llt of ileeces-Pree(lilig to gre.ise-Ilai,(Iiiiesi;-Protliietioii of inutton.
Report of' the Statisticiaii. A(),,. Rpt. 186(3), pp. 151-96.
The crops of* 1,1 61;-The cotton vrol)-A-ricultural statistics of Great Brit-kill pro(Ificts lild 41olliestic I Ili iiials ill Eiirol)e-Farni stock ill 186611c:11til :411(l eml(litiml of, fiarin stock-Discases ot* eattle-Spanish feverflolsrists of horses Oise;ises of slicel)-Diseases of' hogs-Depredotions of (1o._'S-\VI!Ycs of' fi11-111 labor- Boir(I of' t 11,111 xvith V.iiropean laboi-Imports of wools atid Nvot)1ens-Agricultural exportslk( C(111)ts ,it ',\c\v Yor'k c:ittle market Ili 1866.
'Report of' the Shitistieiaii. Ag. Rpt. 1867,pp. 77-128.
Crops (it' 181;T-Variti stock-Coialitioll ot' fi-11,111 stoclz-cattle-slleoppr4oduction ill Loidsiatia-Pelative valiteof lamls ill tho I'llit('(1 '. hteS-(1IIllgv ill f.-all) \ahivs--Valtiv of tininiproved landsWmd :111d exports.
Report (& the editor. Ag. Rpt. 186'8, 1). 190.
l)eporl of' the Statisticiaii. Ag. Rpt. 1868, pp. 16-58,
Will-A -Corll -Cott 1.4 op, ol'I 868-Coml i tJ oi ia n(l numbcroffarmgtoel ot, cattle --The 1-1):11lish
())m' -- Ka lls:ts- 018c"I'st S 4) 1' horses Oise;lsvs of, H\v i tie- 1)oisvases of Sheep:111,1 d,-p1.vd;Itlol1S 11 (10.11-S--FAIMI-ts 0[ NOW.It :11141 ('01711--EX1101"IS Of C(li'll _11111mvis
S11,1:11, 111.4'(11101(oll ill 1JOHISINIM-1,114, ".1-vat stocl lllarl ets-Bostoll live
,Io(-I\ 1willo ts 1"i-ccipts (4 cat-tiv Ili Chleago, 1867-6s-Privem of

Report (& Hit, vdifor. Ag. Ik)l)t,. 18697 pp. 157, 1.58.
Pepol (d the )hltlstieiall. Ag. Rpt. 18691 pp. 20-19.
Cmps (of, 18119 \,11111joel. :111d collditioll (11, 1*4,11-111 stoch-Diseases of (.:IttloJ)isvascs (d, Iml-se.4--Discames t)t' slivi-p-Oiseases of' s\vhiv-Niniibvr atk(l pi-H-4. fd, '116111AS Live sim-L lliarkets-Porh packilig ill the WestAll-A lao4hictiml Ill (11' fal'Ill pro(] Ilcts- I it) 11orts of Wcol and
WO(III'lls --.Vjlc.t1lbira1 exp(als-Caiie stigar pro(lucticiii-livinp ail(I 11ax-


Dodge, Y. R.-Continued.
Report of the Statistician. g. Rpt. 1870. pp. 2"4.
Crops of 1870-Number and condition of farm stock-Discases of cattleDiseases of borses-Diseases of sbeep-Diseases ()f sNvine-Live ,tock markets-South western Virginia cattle trade-Wool production auil (-oilsillmption-Prodnetion of other coiintries-Cotton consumption-Markot
prices of farm products for 1870-Iiiiiiii(,,-ratioD-.:kgrl(-iiltitriI exports.
I-Zeport of' the editor. Ag. Rpt. 1870, pp. 1-53-155.
Report of the editor. Ag. 11pt. 1871, pp. 1231 124.

Report on statistical and historical investh,,-atiows of the progress
and results of the Texas cattle disease. Dis. Cattle pp. 175-202.

Report of the Statisticiau. Ag. Rpt. 1871, pp. 13-68, ilIns.
The crops of 1871-The crop esthwites of 1871-Condition of fal-11i .1nimal-;The wool business-l'Zice pro(fiictlion-Censiis of 1870-Statcuieut of the nninber of' acres of' iniproved and iinimprove(l hands III farilis In tile States and Territorivs, and of the valtie of farnis wid farm iInplcnieiits-,Statement showiii- 0W diStfiblltiOD of fitrin animals in proliortioll to tilo.
population ill the States in 1860 aii(l IS70--'Market prices ()t* f.arui
products for 1871-Live stock inarl ets-l'ork packiii(Ir ill the West.

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Elpt. 1872, pp. 9-112. illus.
Tbe crop of 1872-Coudition of" farm aiiinials-Con4lition of stoul ill the
spring-Nseases of farin animals-l'riccsof,
the estimated total mniiber and total vahie ()f vat-11 killd of live stock, :m(l

culttiral export8-Distribution of agricultural exporls-'Stateillent 1) v countries, showing the vaNeof ag-rictiltm-al prodiwis exptirt(A froi)i tilt, United States to 1'()rei(rll cotintrics 41111,11ig tilt- fisu;ll yvar-StalellIvIlt by silo",illy the ex-port of lyricnittiral iinpleineias dtiriw, tilt, countries, P111
year-Market of' firm products during 1872-Live stocl niarkt-tPork packing ill the West.

Agriculture of the Old Wo0d. No. PIpt. 187). pp. 557-562.

French se-hools of agriculture. Ito. Upt. 18714, 111). 212-2120.

Practical limits fi-om a(rrictiltural statistics. Mo. Ikl)t. 187-1.
l,sef4 of:1,rricultunil statistics-the 1)roa(Ith of ()ill, st.,itisticA fi(,h1-,st;it1stiP,
ca] test of vill-relit practico's- W e'11%, pollit ill Ell-1:11141 a."riclillill.t. -A
Wi-stern fallacy-Foliv of foreign (14-pendenci-Thc Cri-or of the
Smithern ;I1,11111fitetilrilig-the collection ()I* t;ttistit-s-('()Ti(-Iiisioiis.

Report of tile Statistichin. Ag. Rpt. 1874. pp. 15-121.
The vrops of 1874-Coi)(11tion of farin,v6maI,-T:ibl,- -,ho\vliqr tbe estitm,11-4--(I
total 11111IIII)CY 311d VLlUt',ofeach kill(] of hvv stoch mid jjjt ill-14141
The tobacco vrop-The tilliall crop ot, 1 S71 -\'.I r WtIcs all4l loll Culturv :111(l 1-111-illy-Marketill" -1,111, eX11411-1.1timi \V licIt-(11.1 Ill w- vs.
broadcast I I) g- I'll 1) 1 i v Illids )I t Iw I'llitcol -- t:ltvs A.-jivilltill'.11 v\1 (,rts
Exports of' cereals--Flmir ind graill 1110%,011WIlts 1%,ccallitillAilill- JJA*v stock niarket8-Pork pacI\iw-Smjimvr rickin,', -Porl\ p;Io-j jIjr 4111 T110
Vacific Klope-hlrl pavl lllg ill the sealmani vit It's lllllllij ratioll
prices of farin proilticts for 1874-The Ilen4millel and prolif of mir :w-rit-111
ti I re.

Report, of* the Stltistici:m. Ag. E14. 1875, pl). 1--114,
Crop emfiinites for tho year-Niiinbers atid emi4litloi, )f fitrii, ;mIma1s-(,vn
tellillal statistics Map's -- I )iagr:1111s 11arts t(,h:1cf-() cv()p F I') I I v alld graill -16-vapitill;itim l 1,1\4- slocl, 111111,
kets- Pork Ijao-IijII.r-h)rI pacing ill the East 1'4)rl, p:tvkiii (ill lht
I'acific mh)pe -.-Ag-ricithiiral exporls -Marlvt prices ()f 1'.Irllk pli'41111-Is 6111875-Live-stock niarkets.


Dodge, J. R.-COntinned.
The sheep and wool of the World. Ag. Rpt. 181,51 pp. 207-244,
Proffress of the century in sbeep raising-Effect of circumstance ill modifying breeds-(;rowth of demand for wool and of supply-The interiiation al, show of sheep-Receut improvements and present status of sheep busba nd ry-1 it crease of production and inantifiact tire.
Is production declining? .1.1o. Rpt. 1876, pp. 457, 458.
Exti act from an address on cereM production.
Dige.4 of' mmitlily [crop] rettirils. ,Nlo. 14). 1876,1)1). 3-31.

Digest of April [crol)l returns Mo. Ppt. 1876, pp. '5-1-03.
Willter wheat pi-o-SI)ects-condition of' of' farni animals-Wool clip of 1875-The tobacco crop.

Report of' the Stathstician. A". Ppt. 187961 pi). 87-228_24 illus.
Crop estimates of the year-Crops of the past year-Numbers and condition
of' fai-ni animals-Ctr4ton iiiNesti(ritioii-Tll(,'cottoii area-Acreage in corn, and cotton-l 'et tiliz( rs-Cli.iii-es in modes of cult tire -Decrease in size ot, farms-Labor-White Itl)oi- ill cotton growing.-Freednien land-ownersCost anol priee-Instances of large yields-Varieties of' seed-Increase of area ill supply proobicts-,Summary of results-,Sugar prod n ct ion-Su trar production ill the United States-llcet Sugar("Yrape sirtip-Sitgar front exports-Recapitulatioll -]-,]our and -r.iiii movenieuts -1)oniestiv ti-ade-Live-stock marketsPork packilig in the West; oil the Pavific Slope; Canada-Pork product of winter packill".-E,\ports of hoo- products-Coniparative exports--Market price,,; of' firm products for 1876-1,ive-sto(-k niaikets-Internatiorial statistics-Population and areas-Averatre quantity of seed sown per
aci-e-Relatiow, -,vith Soutli America.

Report of' the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. 1877, pp. 149-228, illus.
0-op estimates of IS77-Western movcnient of wheat and corn growingNimiliers and prices of' liorses .111d 1111ile's -Nullibers and prices of cattleNiiinibcrs aml prices of slievp wid smviiie-Hice-Flax mid flax products in the ('11ited a(,riciiltural e\ports-Recapititlation-l"Xports of folir years (it' bread, 111cat" and cottoll-Quantity and v,1111v ofchevs(. ( XI)ol.tltloii-I)isti-il)iitl()ii of' mir atrvivultural productsPrives of' farm pro(bicts-Weights per husliel in the several States-Distribution of' faviii products-11our harrels-'M:irket pHees of farm products ill IS77-Live stock niavhvts-Poi-] imeMiig in the West; in the East; ou
the Pacific slojw; ill

T'I'eport oI' the Statistician. Ag. Ept. 1881, pp. 577-667.
The crops of'
toes-Ci-op estimates Im- 1881-Cattle export s-Ad \,;ill ce in prive of' beeves--Val-Ill :111illials A Chica-o-Wititer feedim, of fitrin ariima,18of the cottoll i I ld list ry-A c i ea (re-l it crease of' production (if vere-it -oportion of* drilled and,
ak --A vci-age vi(I(I 1)V St:kte.S S('Vdill l of \NAje, -Pi
of (11-HI'll-Rates (it' wares of' farm lalwovers ill the Viiited, 'l1o-- Tl,:1llHiv1lt Nva-es in of' the United

:1.-Hcultill-al ex1lort.A-Market jorices of firm products foi- 1881Live stock markets-kailroad Imilifing-I'liv Division mid its worli.

Relmi't of the Stitisfician. A g. I tpt. I S82, p)). 667-676.
("i-olls ()f tilt- yeal. 1882
S I I (r, -ll- prodlictoll SelAill" of Nvilltel. gnlin.

lkeport of' the St:itislician. Ag. R I)t. 188:1, pp. 251-4243.
Ci ,)ji est Himies of 1882 -Nimibers :in(] varies of' lioi-seA, mules, milch cows,
OX011 41114 1 otlicl c"Ittle, SliclJ), all(I 11or,,4-\Viittvrim,, of' farm animalsr, ?
Recent lillpl-ovellivill ill cA lle -Stock st-at'istics- p"111111o violent, of tho pooplo -Velatioll oI' .1"ri-if-111till-v to otho.l. i 11(1 list rivs- Value of' lailds-111conle, of* 010 fial-1114.1-Wages of labor-0m, wlivat exports-Exports of corn-


Dodge, 1. R.-Continued.
Rank of States in grain prodnetio-n-Constimption and distribution of corn and wheat-Corn-surplus States -Ili crease of' farins-Sorglium-1-al tie of the sorghum crop-American competition with European agriculture-A crisis in German atrricultnre-Transmarine competition in food pro4llictsGatellier on cheap fertilization-Exports of agriculture-Dairy statisticsFreight rates-Market prices of farm products-Europeau statistics.
Agricultural production for American consumption. Rpt. Stat..
Sept., 1884 pp. 41-4'.
Farm prices of the crop of 1884. Rpt. Stat.7 Dec., 18,S4, pp. 11-1 -1.
Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. 1884, pp. 419-565, ilIns.
Methods of crop rel)orts-Crop estinintes of 18s3-Meteovological inflnent-es
of the season -Nuniber and values of horses, jimles, Inilt-11 CMA's, oxen aml other cattle, sheep, and bogs by 'States-Con(litions. diseases and losses of farm aninials-Pereentage of hi-b-grade cattle-Iniprovement by brerdiDg-Live-stock distrilintion-Proportion of bree& iTnported-I)oIllestic cousumptionof corn-I)ropoi-tii)iiot*mereliiiitil)leeorit-Aiiioiiiitot' on band ill March -Weiulit of x1leat-Proportlon of land iii fiarnis-Farin valuesof proluctsof agricul t ure- M her industries i increase fiarni valnesAverage %vap-(-s per inoutli-Value of farni aninials-Increase offarin animals Ili thirty years-Prorpress of wheat production ill thirty vearsYield per acre of wheat -Prod uct of wheat per head-fxportatioll of wheat in fif"tv-eiglit Year8-11roduct per head of the ivbeat of 1,urol)v and tbe I'nited States-Yield of corn in 1879 and 18S3 Ili groups of StatesADMial variation ill yield ot* corn-Yield per aere of covii-Prothict per head of corn-Proaress of corn pi-()(Iii(-tioii-1-:xl)()rt;ttioiI of' corn in fiftyeight years -11" ffect of the varying product on price of' corn-Productil Ili of cereals Ili thirty years-Production and export of corn ind \V11vatProduct and export of eereals-Product per head of all cervals-Progrcss
of cotton production-Area of cotton-Sii,1rir conwiniliti(I]i anit
duction-Railway facilities of' the \vorld- krni valnes-F;irin mid f0rvst areas- Forest lands in farnis-A gri cult ural production for American con.
anniption-A(rricnItural exports of' 1883-K4-()jitari0 statistics-A-ricultnral statistics of' Crreat statistics-Lailroa(I aii(I
telegraph Illilel(re-Productioll of' Wille ill 11'r'llice-Wheat proillictioll ill India-Yield of' field crops ill Russia-Alarket price,, of farin products for 1894 -Li ve -stock niarkets-Freight rntes of IS84-CrOI)s 4)t* tlic yeir 1,sS IMeteorological vonditions-Farni price,, of the vrop of IS84.
AplAied science as a factor of rural production. RIA. Stat., July,
1885 pp. 31-35.

fAddress before the National Swine Breeders" Association at.
Chicago, November 11, 1885.1 Upt. Stat., Dec., 188-5, pl). 21;-32.
Extent of' hoijiv cotisiiinl)tioii- l' ss of pro(Itirtioll- 4 )Ile \\.I\ to
inervase consunipt ion -11 history of
tion-Libelino, the American 1I()(rNVh:it shall be done?

A report ot' exhibits illustrating a agricultural statistics at the
World's Indiustrial and Cotton EXI)oSition at New Orlean"I
Louisian.a. Unmun. rpt., I)p. 42, diag. 1885.

Report of the Statistician. Acr. Upt. 18857 pp. 34,--130, illus.
Vahiv and prodtiction. of oats, wlie:lt, (.01-11, rye, barlev, 11141 1 llck %\Aw:It f"r
a Cries of years- A.r,,r(-,r-,jtt of pot. Lttit.,,, 11AY, t1k 11 (i 10 1 W.1 C c I I -CroI) 4-4 1 inmates for ISSI- Farill dill i 111:11s- Market prices fit' breedillin America-Tliv wheat distrib-it ion-Prmhictiim anil c\jmrtation -1.'tlects
of' protinct, oil privc-Invi-vase of \vheat. yiv](1-The potat(les of I Ill. \vorhl
Agricultural exports and finports-Wages of' farni
iniplellielits-The Illonvy \A11v (4 Scientific agrivilltilve Tl-,111,114111AIMI ratem-Cereal stiloply of Fmrope-The cr-,ps of the vvar 311d
rainfa I I-( 'orn- \VI ivat-( )ufs-( Mier cerva Is -Potatoes --(It) t It I I I W i nter wbeat.-Farni prievs-Flax-Parin aninials-Like stowk ill i'orvi,,ti comitrio-m-Intuniational dairy st.atistics-Foreign custonis-linports-Collclusion.


Dodge, J. R.-Contimied.
Report of the Statistician. Acr. 11pt. 1886), pp. 359-458.
Slp, cnlatioti an(I crop reporting-What does 100 mean -'Fhe old-fashione(I
plait of crop reporthig-I)omestic distribiitionand emistimption of coruProportion of utereliant able corii-Valne of COM (TOP-Q11all tit y and vahie of' corn exportation fiom 1881 to 1886-Cmisimiption ati(I distributioii of' wheat from ISSI to 1887-Vahie of the wheat crop from 1875 to 1886-Exportttion of' wlicat-Value aiid production of oats, rye. barle,\y Imckwheat, hay, tol)a(-(-o, :in(] cotton-Nemarks oil the cotton crolwFaviii anim.ils-Estim:iteil miml)er and value oI* liorses, 111111e, 11111ch co".8, o\eii azid otlier cattle, Hlicep, aml. lio,,,-s-Stipply aiid demmid of A1.11e:1 t .11101 Coril 1,01. live p"Irs -1)vhts of farmers by Statcs-Fraiids upon fdarmersA.-rivultural exports vs. rates-Foreign tradv of'
olith Alliel -11, ica dlromls-Varm minials of' thi, worl(I-Forei-ii farm

Report, of the Stati..-,fician. Ag. Rpt. 1887, pp. .523-601, illus.
Clil'i-elit crop statistics-Pi-oducticiii aii(I value of com, wheat, oats, cotton,
Irish pot'Itoes, 'Illd JLIX for I series of years-("rop estimates for 1886V;irm atiiiimls. titeir member ,iml value-. wine products and exports-The w4)rl(l's Nvfie:it Amerieiii a-grictilture-Wacres
of fiarm lahor-Rcnt of fiirms-hiternatimial Statistical Instittite-Tran.",port.ition rates -,rr.tns. t I., I uti e ii-ates-Couclusion.

Report ofthe Statisticiau. Ag. Rpt. 1888, pp. -105-476.
Current crop statistics-Crops of the y(,,tr-(.'oi-ii-l\'heit-Oats-i'ye-Barlvy-lhicl NNheat-All estimates
foi- ISS7-Farm -,tijiiiiils-Niiiiil)ei -,-I',,tliies-Coii(lltl()ii of farm aninialsI 1()rses-Cattle-Sheep-l loo-s-Commercial movemeitt, of farm aiiiiiials1"Ites-Ti'mis;ttlan tic rates-Agricuittual Cxports alld mipi)rIs-S0tlsti(-s of Jil),,tii-l'ol)iilatioii-,rt- rritori,,tI areaFm.m pro(biction-Production oftea-Protluction ofmiigarWa ports 111(1 i III port8__j)a'lroa(ls, telegraphs, a-ri(.111tiln-Fullit trees and viiies-Virm aidmals-E.xports aiid avenge price of cot toll Pl-mllictioll fnmi siig -:ir caiie in the Dalra Sanieli-Agrivulhii-e ill Allstr:1lia-1 )istriblitioll of, 1:md ill Frmice-Numher :iji(I size offirms\Vfiv:tt cn)p of hidia--fl(q) pro(hictlon of E'urojoe-Comparative rates, of
yiel(1-1)ivisioll -%vio'k 'llid Illetilods.

Report ()t* the Statistieian. Ag. Rpt. 1889, pp. 2201-27!21.
Cm-reiii crop pi-mbictitm --- C'oril-\V1Iv.,It-();Its-All cereals-Ttd):wco- -l'otit-ocs--11:iV-Cn)p estimates for 18,S,8-Farin 1111111111"lls-I)iStri I'll I ]om (d cattle, shc(:p, allot swiiie-Vorvitm agricultural the I'll'b'd States-11olm, pro(IlIctioll of WOW-W10(d l1l111oitS-S4)-v;Illeql carpet w(mis-Clie-,ilmess emitrols impor.
tatioll mln;) rv (11, the tra(le aiid the
Alliel-le'lli Hill-p] lis- W Ile:lt- ('()tt,()Tl possil6litie's ol
:I expoi-t.i t i0ii-I)ktri hut ioii of' cm-ii aml wbeat-The ari(I
ill fill-ei-11 nltvm.

Alhum of "urrieultm."d graphics of the United States. Charts.

Report W* 1he 'Statistleian. Ag. Ppt. 1890, pp. .1278-:360, illus.
Cr) 1), 4d, t I I c N I I ci-ops of t I iv vva r i it dct:i 1 I-Corn-W licat -( Iiatm[,m ill m illw il-, !)IStriblitioll of dollicstic
I I Pro)" 1'ess I' A I I it- I'l (.,I 1) (1.1 i I- v i I 1 11 le (I m ilt-'t ic foo(I sil I 1pl N- NV'atres
ol, fill-111 1:111ol. \V;I-4.S 1wr lllolltli hy tho VIlict'llatioll ofagi-icultilm l 1) 1 I c I The Id, col.ll WIlf"It pl-We.,-Cilicago priceR of' cerealsCW tml pl-1)(1110iml ;md It-ade ()I* t1le \vorl(l- -Prodlictioli of t1le 1vor](1ipj' thc \vmld ,-; t,: I I Ist iv:i I ,,rapliies -- A] him i of ag-ricultill.,11 gra ph Ics I I It p() I t :11111 v \ Im I- 1 1, a -ri 4. ill t 11 ra I prod 11 ctq Forv i gll) 4 1 imbil I i'm d' sm"ll, pl-mllictimi hi Viirope-Agrictillum in
Nh,\ici, Smitli Amoricaii stat isticm -A rpeiiti tie
Itepliblic V f. I I f. / I iv I:i I '(dolllhia I'mi-AmeTiciii trativ Ti-ailisporlation 1, :1 m I m I I N1 I s"(11 I I- I I : i ve i- poi I I ts -- ]?(,(I it utim i i it :I I I -ra i I ua tesMoutlily rntcs 1'i-imi (lilcagi) 1,.Ik(. :11141 callal 1-:1tes-TI-alls'W alitic rates.


Dodge, 1. R.-Continued.
Report of the Statistician. Ag. ]Rpt. 1891, pp. 273-340.
Crops of the year-Aleteorology-Effect of' thi-se con(litioijs on the crops-A
briefof crop records- 1'he in-.tin cereal crops-Wheat-Distri but ion and consumption of of a-ricitItiiral
production-Europenearl\_ selt*-supl)ortiii,,,,-Oiirr(-soiirc(,siiot vxh,1nst(,dThe surplus not linifted-I'he wheat surplus not fininediati-ly exhnistible-Nor is wh(-,tt-(rrowiij(r (ieclinin(r in Europe-'Flie 1nqli;1n scare-Coll, eltisions-Ofticial returns of Russian cereAs-Gnt(luil fle\-elopinent of crop statistics-Officiil record of Russi.iii cereals-Nuinhet-s and ,-aliws 4
farin aniinals-Coininercial ino%'ementof
Agricultunil exportsind imports-Foreign t-,triffs onfarin pro(hicts-1hitlk's under reciprocity treitties-Trauspurtation rates-Trausittlan tic ratesThe 11'rio Canal.

Album of agricultural graphics. Charts. 1891.

[Address before the Patrons of llti.sbaiidry of Concord, TNew ffitinpshire,.November 16,1892.] Rpt. Stat. LS92', pp. )86-391.

11,eport of the Statistician. Ag. 1Lpt. 1892,pp. 403-4 70.
Crops of tlic y(-,ii--.leteorolo-,-,--('i-oli Iiistory of' the year-'Fhe inain cer(,al
crops-C on i-Wheat- Oat s-- Wi it ter wheat -- F1.ixs,-(-d V;trni pi-ict's
Priniar y prices of' farin products-PrICes oil priltlary 111.k1-ket-,-NV1icA growill.-iij Intlia-I'liegniiii siirphis-Farin V,11LICSDiBtril)ution tiid cons it i n ption- Corn-V; i lue of the
cultimil products of' the wool of tile
tiou rates-Lake aud canal rates-Transatlantic rates. Dodge, Miss L. C.
Education of farmers' (Liuo-liters. A(Y-. Rpt. 1866, pp. 441-154.
National ideas in etluc.ttion-A ritnil i(lcal-.Kental traiiiin--Nforal culturePhy8icd de\,elopnient-Dornestic ecolloillY. Dodge, Martin.
[Addres.s on road finprovewent.] lto.,,Ld In(j. Bul.N-o. 10, pp. 2-1-29.
Road btiilding in Ohio. -towl Inq. Bill. No. 17 7 pp. 1G-2f3', illivi,

Doremus, David R.
lReport on filtrin crol)s, etc., M Nelv Jersey.] kir. Itpt. ISOM) pp.
2 3 1 ) 2: '2 .

Dorr, S. M.
Marbles of' IL)utland Comity, Verniont. _\ g. lkpt. 1862. lip. -1 IS-152. Dorset, Marion, and E. A. de Schweinitz.
"I'lie groNvtli of Hit, biberculosis bacillits tiomi 1(.i(I illetli'l. 13. A. to
Bill. No. 13, pp. 7-10, illus. IS96. Doubleday, A.
LeAter oil (.0st of ntising N\-lieat and corn. Ag. IZpt. IS-17, pp. 101,
tZeport oil I't-11-111 (-rops, etc., ill New York-1 A,--. Upt. 1,1ii-S, pp,

Dougherty, Edward.
[Iteport on Lirin crops, etc., in Texas.] Ag. Itpt. I S511 pp. 339_3 12. Douglas. Thomas.
Silk culture. Air. Rpt. 1845, pp. 62.1-828.


Dowling, N. 3.
{Address on road improvement.] )Road Inq. Bul. No. 10, pp. 36-38.
Drake, W. E.
WNhat mnechaniic-a work shall we give to thiestudents of our agricultural colleges? 0. E. S.Bul.No. 24,pp). 71-74. 1895. Draper, Daniel.
Relative merits of' the various types, of registerig maximum aiid
iniimumn thermometers. WN. B. Bul. No. 2, pt. 3, pp. 7.10-718,
ills. 1896.
Drisko, George W.
[Rteport on farm crops, etc., in Maine.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 422-426.
[Rleport on farm crops, etc., in Mlainie.J Ag. IRpt. 1852, pp. 120-124. Drury, Erastus W.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in. Wisconsin.] Ag. RIpt. 1849, pp.
191, 192.
Dudley, P. H.
Structure of certain timber ties; behavior and causes of their decay
in the- roadbed, together with exp~eriments on the adhesion of
spikes. For. Bul. No. 1, pp1. 31-62, illus. 1887. Dudley, Timothy.
[Rteport on farm crops, etc., in Adams County, Illinois.] Ag. Rtpt.
1848, pp. 542-544.
[Rteport on farm crops, etc., in Illinois.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 443,
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Illinois.] Ag.P-Ept. 1852-I, pp). 323-32"-d7. Duffle, Matthew M.
[Report on the commerce of Winnipeg, Manitoba.I For. Mkts.
Bul. No. 4, pp. 65, 66. 1695. Dug~s, Eug~ne.
Descriptioni of Leonia rileyi, a new nieloifd genuis ilornia. I. L.
N!ol. 1, pp. '211-2113, illus. 1889. Duggan, T. H.
Rept~ort on farm crops, etc., in Texas.]IA.Rt 81 p 4,39 Duggar, J. F.
Swveet, potatoes: Culture anid uses. F. B1. No. 26, pp). 30, illus.

Potato culture. F. B. No. 35,1pp. 24, ihus. 1896. Duilbavard, Joseph.
"4GaI," "divn, and irtesiaii wells. S. Rtpt. No. 928, p)t. 31
PP1. 391-393, illus. 1390.
Dumble, E. T.
Report onl tle existence of artesianl waters West of the nliletysevenith inleridia ii, etc. S. Ex. Doc. No 2,pp. 99-102. 1890. Duncan, T. C.
Ostrichi farming in Amecrica, Ag. Rp4. 1888, pp. 6815)702, ilhs.
'Ihll first ostrielh fiariii in Anixrca-Tht, secnd farni-l)iflicuities iii aclinmtizaAt IQU -0t1isi III it W~ly-( )Str'iChei anl attrac-tion-MNore fiaris-lncubatos8- and obtrich cggs-A glinipse of ostriu1h farming in Africa-The


Duncan, T. C.-Continued.
ostrich family-Pectiliar anatomy of the Stridhio camc1U8-Disea8eS and defects-What ostriches eat-_kgv,, (list ill-liji hin- fc;ttlires Ind maim-ement-Roval plumes, plucking Ind l)ro11t.,;-()strIch errors an(] Ineat as Choice food-General utility of the ostrich-Ostrich fiarmill(r at other points-Invitationiii from Mexico and Guatewala-Preseut I)rices of
Dunlap, Albert.
Investigation of swine plague, Spl.Rpt.No.12,j)p.135-156. 1879. Dunlap, M. L.
Agricultut-al machinery. Ag. Rpt. 1863, pp. 416-435, illus.
Machines for l)rel)arin- the soil-The steel cli )I)er I)IONV-Gan- Idow's-The
steam iflow-The rotary spader-Trial of inildements-The I)lo\%-, or t%\
horse cultivator-The dotiWe-shovel 1)low-The roller and the liarrowThe iron roller-Broadcist seed sowers and drills--)l.tchines for the
meailmv-llay rakes-Baling ind
with wire twentyacres-To harvest I)v hand t\%-(.]ItN- :iCres-Thrashill -;Ind clemnim-Thc thra.shin,,, of njill'sSoro'llum mills.
Diinn, H. D.
California: Her agricultural resources. Ag. Rpt. 1866. up. -581610.
Soil and",tocl raising-Dairy I)ro(InctsHone Owes-Green fritits-Seinitroj)lcal frults-I)rjed friiits-Nitt friiitsBerry .111(t other Small
"w"'s, teay and l)el)lwrs-'riml)er trecs ;md their j)ro(hwts-\Vint-s Ind drawl)acl sof a-ric itli tire'rhe great %vants of California.

Productions of' Calitbriiia. Mo. Rpt. 1868, pp. 126'_30.

Dunwoody, H. H. C.
Summary ot' international meteorolog-ical obsel-vation.s. W. B.
11111lum. 1'14.7 pp. 10, illus. IS93.
Weadier conditions of' the crop of'IS92.
'pt. 1892, lip. 587-62G.
State Weather Service Division. Ag% IL I
lit troduction- Pti W ica t i ()I is-Thil Ii. I c I-St"rills- N, ol 1111 t:I 1, St;1tIoI1s- LIj1 4118lilays at 1'. S. Cal)Itol-hnl)vo\('IIwIIt ()t' thu "veather service-Rolit HIC
work-Olierations ofstate wcatlwi- scrvice.s.
Weather conditions ot' the cnq) oI' 1892. Ag. JZpt. IS920, pp. 57911Y8 7, i I I a s.
The N-alue ot'fiwecasts. Y. 1"). 189 1, pp. 121 -128.
Diversified intci-cits all'Ccted b.\ directlY 114.114.1itt'(1 bv
forecasts-The, storing of' March 27 is!m)-Tho Island.,- :111d ic"Ll" 8torms-sa ving, of '111d Ill'u-Extracts fi'mil .11111lial
of various statimls.
Fulictimis of, State weadiel. Services. W. B. 1,3111. No. 1-1, Pt. 1,
State weatliel, sel'VICC 01"r.1111mitimis. W. B. Bul. No. 2, pl. -2, pp.
285-219 1 1 IS9 5.

Durley, James.
[Report oil fiarm crops, etc., ill Wim-misill.1 A-. Upt. 185", pp.

Dustin, Nathan.
[Report Oil fiarill cr()JIS, 04%, ill 011iii).j Ag. Ppt. Is'-Ill p1l.


Dyar. Harrison G.
Preparatory stages o)f 8S'ytomida epilais and Scepsis edwrard~vii.
1. L., Vol. 2, pp. 360-36i2. 1890.
Description of certainly lepidopterous 1arvau. 1. L., vol. 3, pp. 6Q-63.
Description of certain lepidopterous lamea. 1. L., vol. 3, pp. 389391. 1891.
A list of Sphiungida, andI Blombycidwu taken by electric Limps at
Pougfvlkeepsie, -New York. 1. L.7 Vol. 13, pp. 3'22-325. 1891. Dyer, Reuben r'.
Investigation of swNine plagune. Spi. Rpt. No. 12, pp. 156-165. 187 9. Dyer, S. Allen.
[Report on tile experiments in the production of rainlfall.J S. Ex.
D)oc. -No. 45, pp. 39-41. 1892. Dyrenfortli, R. G.
Experiments in the production of rainfall.) S. Ex. Doe. No. 45,
Earle, F. S.
I Repor-t on experiments with fungicides.] Bot. Bud. No. 11, pp.
83-88. 1890.
Earle, Henry M.
f Repiort on fal-m crops, etc., in South Carolinai.1 Ag. Rpt. 1852,
pp. 91-93.
Easby, William B.
SReport on fai crops, etc., in Tennessee.] Ag. iwpt. 1851, pp.
Eastman, B. F.
IReport on I'ariii crops, etc., iii -Mainie.] Ag. li'pt. 1850, pp. 4218, 219). Eastman, H. H.
Deta-ils of ii experiment on raising potatoes iii thle year 1852. Ag.
Rpt. 1852, pp. 411-117. Eatoii, Daniel C.
List ot losses front Fuegia and~ IPat-agonlia collected by the UT. S. S.
A11(ross in P-67-1891. Cont. -Nat.. lerb., Vol. .1, pp. 138, 139.
Eckfeldt, 3. W.
List of, lichens I'romn Callfihnia and Mexico collected by Dr. Edlward
I lal icr fromt 188$S to 1892. Cont. Nat. I erb., vol. 1, pp. 291, 292
1890-1 $ 5.
Eckstein, D.
Lhvport onl agrietititure- Ii tHie iNetiterandIs ini 188-5. Upt. Stat, 1886,
1)1. 8'3,8S1.
Edelmnan, M. Th.
011 tihe -onlstrulctiomi ()I eati-imagIIIc-trtic inlstrumlenits. W. 13. Bill.
-No. 2, pt. 2, pp.-522-5:39, illuls. 18195. Edmunds, 3. M.
For-est's Mo. BIpt. 18$69, Pl)*2225
Th'iv ~~ ffr~sTi~rwsePerainUot-h plais anid


Edson, Hubert.
R-'ecord of experiments at the sugar exlperiulellt station on Calumiet
plantation, Pattersoniville, Louisiana. (Jheixi Bul. No. 23p.v 42.

Edwards, Henry.
Notes on noises ma,,deby -Lepidloptera. I. L., vol .2. PP. 11-15, 1889.
Birth of a beautiful exotic lepidopterouIs inSect 1ii1 -New York.
1. L, vol. 3, pp. 316, 317, illus. 1891.
jNotes oil the habits and earlier stges of' Cryptfophas zuiptuUta
in Australia. I. L., Vol. 3, pp. 384-3861, illus. 1,S91. Edwards, Joseph, and John Miller.
[I-I'eport onl farin crops in D~elaware.] Ag. 1Rpt. 1849, pp. 1'21-128.
[Report on farm Crops, etc., inl Peinsylvania.j -Ag. IRpt. 18541, pp.
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[Report Onl farm11 Crops, etc., inPnsZDi, A.Rt 68 p
Edwards, Samuel.
Timber on the prairies. Ag. Ept. 1862, pp. 495-498. Edwards, William W.
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467, 468.
Eggleston, William.
Dhe Randall grass. Ag. Rpt. 1856, p). 305. Egleston, N. H.
Forestry Division. Ag,. lipt. 83,pp. 4414-462.
Report on forestry. Forestry Rpt., vol. 4, pip. 421. 1884,.
The value and iiianagemient of Governmen1cit timber lands. Misc.

Report oif thec Chiief of IDivision of Foety4A.Ut 1881l, pp.
Report of the Cief of Division of' Forestry. Ag". 14)t. 1865, pop.
183-206, ihs
Forest expeininut stations inl co-i ti iNN iti it agricultural colle're's
Mist% Sid. HIpt. -No. 9., pip. 15S58 186.)
Connection of' railroads within lurest fires. F'm. No. 1, pp1. 12$s1132. 18874.
Sumniar,1y of legislation fiar the preservation of' timber or liirests oii
the public dominln For. Bl! -No. 2, pp. 212-220. 166 9.
Arbor day: Its hiistory and observance. Unnuimn. rpt.. pp. P0166 Eisen, Gustave.
Cultivation of, thle raising rap yiriain \ ,i' o 3
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The tirst injit rodutctilon ot'() Bla stQplia(1 (t pcit ( i I it 4 C iifItwn)i aI. .L,
vol. 4, ppn. 128, 129. 161,


Eldred, P. S.
[lZeport ()it farm Crops, etcol in NNI-isconsin.] Ao-. Rpt. 185.2, pp. 31297
Eliot, John.
Drou (dits aii(I t'ttmine.s in India. W. B. Eul. -No. 2, pt. 2,1)1). 44-t1895.
Elliot, D. G.
Die "gmiie birds "" of the United States. Acy. Upt. 1864, pp.
3156-:185 illus.
Wild tiirl ey ( Mclcagri, pilloparo)-Mexican wihl turkey (.11. mexicantis)()ccllatc(l turkey (.11, occllfita)-Cock of the plains (Ccidrocercus aropha-!o*a11118)-R11f1,c(I (ri'MiSe (P(mas(i mnbethis)-Sabine's urrouse (B. sabinci)Allic(I ,-vmlse (B. itm/w/loidt's)-Prairle ht ii (Cupidonia cupido)-Sharp-tad ?(41'"11SC kll'11110colrs sharp-tail grouse (P. pha, ianclht8)-Dti.skv gronse bendra!p jms grouse (D.richM'(bionii )- price ()rmisc (C(timcc grouse (Canace
11tarmi-an (Laqopits leacarits)-Willow ptarmi-an (L. a1bits)--P;1rt1-1d-es partridge (Ortgx ?,b, blift11118)-Texan partridge (Ortyx texen.0s)-Phimed partri(I-e (Oreortyx pich18)-Ca1if*or1ji;1 pal-trid-c (Lophortyx ca lij'orn icwi) -G'am b(Ts partridge (L.
!jambc1i0-.Sca1y p;irtrid1,,-c (Collipepla Npiam0a)-.1hissena partridge (Cyrtongx massenei)-Woodcock (PhIlolicla mhior)-Wilsou's, or English, suipe
(Gaffinapi pitreou (Ectqj)Q;tc8 migraturia).
Elliott, C. G.
Farm dnfliiao-e. F. B. No. 40, pp. 2-1, illus. 1896. Elliott, 1P. R.
Polmilar varieties of the :tpj)1e, pear and grape. Acr. Rpt. 1863,
pp. 119-130, illius.
PolaiLir varieties of bardy fruits. Aw. IZpt. 18647 pp. 141-151

Apples, pears, quinces, cherries, p1111,1181 peaches, '1pricots.
Pol.)[11,11. N-avicties of' hardy frilits. Alr. 1"pt. 1,8605, pp. 186-1917

Apricots, app1c,.,, chcri-ics, --nipes, pears, 101111is.
Popular vai-ietics of liardy, fi-tiits. Ag. Rpt. 1,866, pi). 131-14361

Apple,4, 1wars, chc rrics, rasphurries, oraiig-es.
Popill'ir vm-ictics or lial-dy fi-Itits. 11,Lpt'. 1867, pp. 129-1,391.

Appl(-s, chrrri(- nechirincs. 1w;wlivs, pcars.
Poptilav varieties ()f fi-itits. A.g% Upt. 1875, pp. 368-388.
Varictics it-centIN puars, cherries, grapespoaches.
Elliott, Sterling.
[Addl-ess on I-oad lilt Iff(WC1114-11t.] Po.,Id Iliq. I'MI. No. 10, pp. 61 6-2.

Ellis, G. H.
Relml-t of vXpc1.1111vI1t-,-; in wood seasoning. For. Bul. No.3, pp. 5762. 11iiis. US89.

Ellis, J. B.
Triblidium rwo (hfm. 'Imir. IlYcol., A-()]. 5. pp. 21), 30. 1889.
The gellus sclci mlvi-ma III sacctinVS 8yfloge. Jour. M C01.7 Vol.
? y
1), pp. 23, 2 1. 1 SS


Ellis, 3. B.-Contined.
Description of some new species of fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7,pp.
274--2-48. 1893.
Ellis, 3. B., and P. W. Anderson.
A new Ustilago from Florida. Jour. Mycol., vol. 6, pp. 116, 117.
Ellis, 3. B., and Benjamin M. Everhart.
Synopsis of North Amierican species of Nunimularia and Hypoxyion. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 19-23. 1689.
Somne new species of hyinenomycetous fuingi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5,
pp. 24-29. 1889.
New species of hiyphouiyeeto Lis fungi. Jour. -Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 6872. 1889.
Mucronoporuis. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp.190-92. 1889.
New and ra,-re species of North American fungi. Jour1. M-COL.,
vol. 5, pp. 145-157'. 1889.
Mucrono1poruit allersolni. Jour. Mycol., Vol. 6, p). 799. 1890.
Lep tothyrium perickymni. Jour. Mycoh., vol. 6), 1). 116. 1891.
New Sp~ecies of IUredineaw and Ustihigineav. Jour. Mycol., Vol. 6,
pp. 118-121. 1891.
New species of fungi. Jour. -Mycol., vol. 7, pp). 130-135. 1892. Ellis, 3. B., and B. T. Galloway.
New Western f'ungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. a-, pp. 65-68. 1889.
A new Mucronoporusi. Jour. Mycob, vol. 5, pp. 1411, 142. 1889.
New species of fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 6, pp). 31-33. 1890. Ellis, 3. B., and B. D. Halsted.
New fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 6, pp. 33--3. 16~90. Ellis, J. B., and W. A. Kellerman.
-New species of Kansas fungoi. Jour. Mlycol., vol. 5, pp. 142-144t.
Ellis, 3. B., and A. B. Langlois.
New species of Louisiania fungi. Jour, -Mycol., vol. 6, pp. 35-37.
Elis#, 3. B., and S. M. Tracy.
A~~~~- fe e ug.tor ycol., vol. 6, p)1) 76, 77. 1890.
New Species of Ur'ediuca'.% Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, 1). 43. 1391. Ellis, John T.
Report onl exIleriluellts inl the pr-oduction of rainfiAl. S. E4'x. Doe.
No. 4,pp. 27-39'. 1892.
Ellmaker, Enos.
Illopo't Oil filrm1 crop~s, etc., in Iowad A g. Upt. 1352, pp. 341, 3-2. Dlsoey, M. G.
Sheep husband(ry South, Mi'sc. S14. Up't. No. 2.1)pp. 173-176 1833.


Ellsworth, Henry L.
Letter to the chairman of the Committee on Patents and the Patent Office in relation to the collection and distribution of seeds
and plants. S. Doe. No. 151, pp. 3. 1839.

Report of the Commissioner of Patents, showing the operations of
the Patent Office for the year 1841. Ag. Rpt. 1841, pp. 64-83.
"By law the Commissioner is bound to report such agricultural statistics
as he may collcct"-Agricultural statistics as estimated for 1841-Remarks on the agricultural statistics-The cereals, potatoes, hay, flax and hemp, tobacco, cotton, rice, silk cocoons, sugar, wine, corn oil, oil and stearin
from lard and the castor bean.
Report of the Commissioner of Patents, showing the operations of
the Patent Office during the year 1842. Ag. Ept. 1842, pp. 4-65.
Tabular estimate of crops for 1842-Remarks on the tabular estimates-The
cereals, potatoes, hay, flax and hemp, tobacco, cotton, silk, sugar, cornstalk sugar, wine-Other products not embraced in the table: Saffron, sumach, cranberries, ginseng, sheep raising on the prairies, pot or pearl ashes, lard oil, sunfllower oil, castor bean Foreign market Improved mode of fincing- Mode of constructing houses Railroads- Future surplusComiparison of exports and imnports-Markets at home and abroad-Prospect of a foreign market-Success of competition-Probable modification
of the corn laws of New England.
Report of the Commissioner of Patents for the year 1843. Ag. Ept.
1843, pp. 12-134.
(Congress set aside a portion of the patent fund for the collection of agricultural statistics.)-Tabular estimate for the crops of 1843-R0marks on the tabular estimate-The cereals, tobacco, flax and hemp, cotton, rice, silk, sugar, cornstalk sugar, wine-Comparison of products of other countriesGeneral remarks-Other agricultural products-Lard, lard oil, etc.-Kilndried meal and flour- Feeding of cattle-Manures-Home market and
foreign market-Provision trade with England.
Cultivation of prairie land, etc. Ag. Rpt. 1845, pp. 382-388.
Kiln-dried meal and flour. Ag. Rpt. 1845, pp. 388, 389.
Experiment in feeding [swine]. Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp. 535-539. Elster, J., and H. Geitel.
Review of recent investigations into the subject of atmospheric
electricity. W. B. Bul. No. 2, pt. 21 pp. 510-522, illus. 1895. Elwyn, A. L., and G. Emerson.
Cattle d(lisease, or pleuro-pneumonia. Ag. Rpt. 1860, pp. 239-251.
History of the first recognition and diffusion of pleuro-pneumonia. Ely, Edward.
Remarks on cotton in British India. Ag. tRpt. 1856, pp. 266-269.

Emerson, G.
Philadelphia butter.-Swet scented vernal grass. Ag. Rpt. 1894,
pp. 373-375.

Emerson, G., and A. L. Elwyn.
Cattle disease, or pleuro-pneumonia. Ag. lIpt. 1860, pp. 239-251.
History of the first recognition and diffusion of pleuro-pneumonia.

Emery, E. H.
Tornadoes at Cherry Hill, New Jersey, and Woodhaven, Long
Island, New York. Mo. W. RI., vol 23, pp. 252, 253. 1895.


Emery, H. D.
Hogs and pork packing in the West. Ag. Rpt. 1863, pp. 198-2157
The points of a good hog-Breeds of hogs- Berkshires- Boars-Cheater
wbites-Suffolks-Hog raishig-Cooked feed-Field feeding-Distillery feeding-Price of cornand pork-Individual practice-Plan of hog house and vards-Marketint- bogs-Hoz taming-Discases-11i tor.y of pork packing in Chica(ro-Pork packing at Dubiique. lowa-l'ork packin- at
P" In rn
Terre Haute, Ind.-A nio(lel packing house-Method of killing-The cutthic-up proves8-,ne iani lionse-I'lie curinr r4mm-Description of
ineats-English ineats-Curing and swokin- Lains-I'he offal. Engle, H. M.
_Nut culture. Pom. Rpt. 18949 pp. 37-40. 1895.

Ensign, Edgar T.
Report on the forest conditions of the Rocky Mountiins, especially
in the State of Colorado, the Territories of Idalio, Montana, Wyomiiig, aud New Alexico. For. 13nl. No. 21, pp. 41-152, niap.

Erni, HeDri.
Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. 1864, pp. 514-540.
Alcoholic or vinous ferineiitition-1-:xl)eriiii( i)ts on alcoholic ferineiitation
and its causes-Acetic ferinentation-Viscous, or slini v, fernientationLactic ferinentation-Mityric acid ferinentation-Theories ()t* the ori-in of niold, or fungi, and of animalcula-Report of various anal.\ ses perfiornied in the laboratory of thi, Agricultni-al Dep.irtinent-New inethod to oletect artificial coloring natter ill Avines-Analr,;es t)t' wines, etc.-AijalYsis of a loani soil fi-om Virginia-Anal vsis of a bLiel'bei'l. v wille-Quantitative
.ysis ceolls s0il
-111.11 of a saildy, nlica frmn the 1. "al t 1'.188 lands of
Tularv County, Cal.-Report oil Bolivian truano. Visalia, P"
Report of the Cbeinist ()f the Department of kgriculture. A1:-31*
R)pt. 1865, pp. -16-54.
Quantit:itive analysis of a niarlv soil i'voin Vii-ginia-Anah-sis of the sn(rar
beet-Ana]N-sim ol"California. Nvine-Deterinination acid and inalic
acid ill tile lietioles ()t' tile -al-den (1"hV11111
of soil froni Mar vland, fr(iin the vicinity v of Utica. N. 1'.. from Ai kansas,
and from Geor-i;i-Anal.vsk ()f coj)per or(-Aual 'sis of ill oil nwk
froin Leavenworth, Ind.

Tbe grape disease in Eumpe: lts oritrin, Iiistory, plivii0illell"11 and
vure. Ag. II)LIA. 1865, pp. 32-1-331, illus.
llistor -Effects of the parasite upon thv v I no -s-CI FV 11111 t ant -cs t"lavorable
to tile invasitill of tll(. disease- RcIlledics Im t'llc 411se"ise-Tivatinvilt
of tile v illes with of" hTlIV.
AnAysis, ()fsorgliuni. Alo. Upt. I.S66, 1). 3:)'(;.
Analysis ot'grapes. Al(). Itpt. 18667 1). 337.

Ernst, A. H.
Tliv Jap-mi pea. -Ag. Rpt. 1853, pp. 225.

Eschenhagen, M.
011 sollie ill] pi-ovellient's ill matriletie i list rulliell ts. W. It. F),Ill. No.
11, 10. 2, pp. 539-1150. 1895.

Eshelman, J. K.
Fi-iiit (-ulturv. Al"r. Rpt. 1861, pp. 11541-5-1-1.
\VhV ITV NILSloberrivs iininvdiati-1v snevved str;twhvrriv,
Curralils and gmi'l-bervil", (INW41s. 1wal-bes,
nectarineti, aloples, and livers.


Estabrook, John D.
Dirt roads. Road Inq. Biil. No. 2, pp. 12, 13. 1894. Esterly, George.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Wisconsin.I Ag. E1pt. 1851, pp.
Estes, J. M.
Tobacco:- Instructions for its cultivation and curing. F. B. No. 6,
pp. 8. 1892.
Eubank, J. H.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Tennlessee. Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp.
Evans, A. W.
List of liverworts from southern Patagonia, collected by thle U. S. S.
Albatross in ISSS7-1891. Cont. Nat. Herb., Vol. 1, pp. 140-142,
illus. 1890-1895.
Evans, Frank L.
Report of the Chief of the Division of Accounts and Disbnrsemeiits.
Ag. Rpt 1893, pp. 41 1-416.
Report of the Chief of the 1)i vision of Accounts and~ Di sburlsemenlts.
A g. Rpt. t894, pp. 189-194.
Report of the Chief of the D~ivision of Accounts and Disbumrsements.
Ag. Ept. 1895, pp. 2415-264.
Report of the Chief of the Division of Accounts and Disbursements,
Ag. lipt. 1896, pp. 7 1-82.
Report of the Chief of the Division of Accounts and Disbursements.
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11Report onl farmn crops ini Pennsylvania.] Ag. Rlpt. 1,850, p. 190. Evans, Walter H.
Copperi sulphiate and g(erinn-tion. Treatment of seedI with copper
811lphate to pentthe attacks of fungi. Veg. Phys. and~ Pathi.
Bid. No. 10, pp. 24. 1896.
B'otanmy of cot toii. 0. E. S. Bul. No. 33, pp. 67-80, ills. 1896.,
Agricultur-e in Alaska. 0. E. S. Bill. No. 48, pp. 4-27, illus. 1898.
Geneal o~~orapy-MeeorlogySoiIs-Nt u~ilproducts-Cltiva'ted
) n)rod11 cts- re : iIS, ~tc .-M ( thIi ms of iv i Iti \ at Ion Stoc wk ra isi ngA I idIv andIs -Agriculturll-1 di fu ultivs an1d psiiltc-leraliyOf experi11enit Sttioljs-A)(atilols for1 exp.eriiiui statiOnls. Everest, HT. B.
1how to bild aI fence. Ag. Rtpt. 1850, pp. 191, 192.
I Repor-t onl fi'n11 crops, etc., inl Wisconsinl.j Ag. R1)pt. 18-52, pp.

Everhart, Benijamrini 14., and 3. B. Ellis.
Synopsis of' North1 Amerwlican species of' I'nunniaria and I lYpoxylon.
Jour. Mycol., vo.5, pp. 19-23. 1889,
Somle n~ew Species ot' hymeioniycetows fuingi. Jouir. Mlycol., vol. 5,
pp. -24-29. 1889.
New Species of hjyphlomlycetous4 fanii. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp.
68-72.11 88).


Everhart~ Benjamin II., and 3. B. Ellis-Coutinued,.
Mucroioporuis. Jour. 1ycoL., vol. .5, pp. 90-92. 1889.
New and rare species of Northi American ftugi. Jour. Mycol.,
vol. 5, pp. 145-157. 1889.
MzwUranoporuts andersoni. Jour. Tycol, vol1. 6, p). 79. 1890.
Leptothyrim perickyrnieii. Jour. Mycol., vol. 6, 1). 116. 1891.
New Species Of Uredinleiv and Ustilagrinea,. Jour. Mycol., vol. 6,
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New species of funlgi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, pp. 1:10-1,35. 1892. Ewb nk, Thomas.
Agricultural B1ureau. Ag. Rpt. 1851,l pp. 653-656. Well, Ervin El.
Cocoa preparations. Clhem. Bul. No. 1.3, pt. 7, pp. 933-989, ills.
Report on sugar. Chemn. Bul. "No. 47, pp. 130-13')4. 1896. Ewer, W. B., and Mrs. L. R. Pratt.
Fourth annual report of the Lde'Silk Cultuire Society of Cabifornia. 11. E"x. Doe. No. 110, pp. 17-27. 1890.
Fifth annual report of' the Ladies' Silk ulture society of' Calif'ornia. 1H. E,'x. Doe. No. 203, pp. 10-16. 1891. Dycleshymer, A. C.
Club root in the Viiitedl States. Jour. Mycob., vol. 7, pp. 79-88,
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Pagani, M. E.
Report of thie Chiief of the SeedI Division. Ag. R'pt. 1893, pp1.,
Report of' the Chiief of the 8ee(h lDivi.-ioii. Ag'. IUlt. 1894, pp).
Repor-t o f the Chiief of the Sed I0ivision. Ag lpt. 15,pp.
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[ Report on farm ros etc., in Ma Iiic. Ag RIpt. 18 52, pp). 119. 1,211. Fairbanks, Geoige R.
Floridla frecezes for a century andI a half. IMo. W. R.. vol. 23, pp1.
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Fairchild, D. G.
A inigniiemtte dIisease (('csptore re1~cdWa). Ag(1. 11,pt. 1889, pp.T4194132, illus.
E\t4-rI11 1v1l :W (t r$- 1 "ot:~i~1 c a ra tr- r u (.11:1 11.", I l. is1 ',ill 1 -g

Newv exsiccati. ouMycol., \-ol. "), pp. 160-16,2. 1889".

Indlex to Nor-th AineriCanl Iuyc10oogieal 1i terat nrc or. M yuol.,
vol.-6, pp 4211. 1890.
Index to Northi Amewicainyogil limaue '141u1r, AIPvol.,


Fairchild, D. G.-Continued.
Diseases of the grape inll western New York. Jour. Mycol., vol. 6,
pp. 95-99. 1891.
Index to North American mycological literature. Jour. Mycol.,
vol. (i, pp. 128-135. 1891.
Index to North American mycological literature. Jour. Mycol.,
vol. 6, pp. 184-191. 1891.
Index to North American mycological literature. Jour. Mycol.,
vol. 7. pp. 52-63. 1891.
Experiments in preventing leaf diseases of nursery stock in westerti New York. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, pp. 240-264, illus. 1893.
Experiments with fungicides to prevent leaf blight of nursery
stock. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, pp. 338-353. 1894. Fairchild, David G., and B. T. Galloway.
Experiments in the treatment of plant diseases. Jour. Mycol., vol.
6, pp. 89-95. 1891.
Treatment of pear leaf blight and scab in the orchard. Jour.
Mycol., vol. 6, pp. 137-142. 1891. Fairchild, George T.
The relation of technical to general courses of study. O. E. S. Bul.
No. 16, pp. 67-70. 1893.
What should be taught in our colleges of agriculture? O. E. S.
Bnl. No. 41, pp. 69-75. 1897. Fairchild, L. L.
Fruit culture in Wisconsin. Mo. Rpt. 1868, pp.322, 323. Fairman, Charles E.
Notes on new or rare fungi from western New York. Jour. Mycol,
vol.. 5, pp. 78-80. 1889.
Black spot of asparagus berries. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 157, 158.
Observations on the development of some fenestrate sporidia.
Jour. Mycol., vol. 6, pp. 29-31. 1890. Falck, C. F.
[Rteport on the commerce of Stavanger, Norway.] For. Mkts. Bul.
No. 7, p. 68. 1896.
Falconer, F.
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Falconer, P.
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Falconer, William.
I hmow to growm mushrooms. F. B. No. 53, pp. 20, illus. 1897. Ballot, B.
Copper in wines. Bot. l. No. 11, pp. 96-104. 1890. Parish, T. E.
Resources, land values, population, and products of Arizona. S.
Upt. No. 928, pt. 3, pp. 127, 428. 1890.


Farquhar, W. H.
Farm experiments. Ag. Rpt. 1867. pp. 187-193. Farr, John H.
[Repot on farm crops, etc., in Penusylvaidia.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp.

F~anlngton, E. H.
Report onl dairy p~rod nets. Ch ent. Bul. No. -47. pp. 1.22-125. I196.
Fassig, Oliver L.
Proceedings of the mneteorologrical congress, held at Chicao Auus
21-24, 1893. Mlo. W. P1.7 vol1. 21, p. 227. 1893.
'Note concerning a bibliography ot Afniericai conltributions to mreteorology. W. B. Bud. No. 2, pt. 2, p. :1)2 f. 1895.
Statistics of State weather services. Mo. W. It., vol. 23, pp. .209212. 189.5.
The ninth anuaul convention of the Association of Germanl AgoriAutomatic cloud photog(,raphy. Mo. W. 11, vol. 124, pp. 45-6. 457.
Statistics of State weather services. W. B. D~oc. No. 81, pp. 12.
Faveau, Augunstin L.
Rice culture. Ag. Rpt. 1867, pp. 174-179.
Lanud8 adapted to rice cultuire-itch oI Ide-I ow reelaiMwe-( u Ituri-Irrigatioii Loiig point flwr row\thi I lrN-4-t flow I1:ar\sr8tTh'lrashiing-Ri (4,-poluldiw, m ii~'8-Y'icd aiid pr-ofit. Fravier, P. A.
Botanical considerations onl the ramie question inl Fran111ce. Fiber,
lipt. -No. 1, PP. 97. 9S. 1890. Faville, George C.
Supposed ma"Iladie (ill coit amjjong rse i%,eIa 8th and 9th
R~pts. B1. A. 1-, pp. 393W 83
Extirpation of nlialadie d1o t-oft. 10tht mnd I I th Rtpl s. B. A. L.. pp).
62-6i5. 1896.
Fergusoli, James M.
The cotton worm. Mo. ]kplt. 1867. pp. 28,S9 289. Fergussoii, S. P.
Kite exper-imlents at thle ilue 111 m l IleteorologicalI obs-ervatorY. Mo14.

A high kite ascensin at Blue 11ill. M1Io, W. L, vol. 241, pp1. 327,
328. 18!96.
Thel( ear-ly use of wvire inl kite flyingll. Mo. W. It,. vol. 25, ,15.

Thle highlest kite aswenlsio ns at B1114.11111. Mo. W., It., vol.2.,p
392. 1897.
Fernald, C. H.
Description of yaia firomi the 1)eathl Valley. I. L., \,ol. (I, pip.
22 5 -25 7. 1894),1
Not4es onl thle gipsy 7mo4th inl Ma,1,sachulsetts. V'lut. But1. No. 2. ii .,
p). 51947. 86


Fernalcl, C. H.-Conthiaed.
The evolution of economic entomology. Ent. Bul. No. 6, TI. 8.1 pp.
.5-12. 1896.
Pernow, IB. E.
Value and inaiiagement of Govertinient timber lands. Misc. SpI.
1) t. N 0. 5 7 p P. 11 2 117. 18 8 4.
ILeport of Chief of Forestry Division. Acr. Rpt. 1886, pp. 149-226,
Sivilficance of forests-Me cbanie.i I illfluence-Climatic inflnence-Effects
of (14 fore station oil the climate-Effects ot'deforestation on water supplyt"ifect of deforestation oil the condition of' tbe soil-Couditioil of fo est supplies and forestry ill the Uuited States-Area, required for colitinued stipply-Buildillo, inaterials-Iniports aii(L exports of wood from 1883 to 1886-Government thither land-Plan for a forest departmeDt-Government plailtations-Private forests-I)i difficulties to be overeonie-Farfiler's interest in forest property-Forest planting and imma(renlent-in the United
StIteS-G'0VerDlll('Jlt WilOll ill regard to its owil Luids-Forest cominissioiis-Forestry I)ivIsion-',-_,'tatisti(-aI inquiries-I'lienological observations-Bioloical studies-Iiispection of Western tree plantintr-Legislation-Timber-culture act-Arloor ll.iy-Litertittire-Forest policyGeneral Principles of forestry-What is a plaut-Hints as to plantingSpeeiall valuable trees-Forest inall:u-'ement-Coppice managementStaDdard eoppict-.-The timber lor(-st-..Nlaii.t,(Yeiiieiitiii Echelous-Regeneration mothod-Cleanim, and thiniiin ---Other uiethods of nianaoementConclusion.
Report of chief of Forestry Division. Ag. Rpt. 1887, pp. 605-616
Whit i.-; the first duty of till, Guneral GoveriilllVDt ill regard to the forestry
questimi of' foredtry investigations.

Report of Chief of Forestry Division. Ag. Rpt. 1888, pp. 597-641,
i I I us.
Dktriljution of pl.-int imiterial-Forestry interest. ; ill the States-Forest itivesticnitimis-Metil ties-Tra(le notes and statistics-cultill"ll notes-Forest farmitig-Paris Expositioil.

Theirforin-ationand prevention. For. Bul. No. 211 1)1). 2,36-250. 1889.

Alet:d tie iiotes. For. Bul. No. 3,pp. 23, 24. 1889.

lZeimrt ot'Uhiefof Forestry Division. Ag. Rpt. 1889, pp. 273,330,

,vod aii(I sevillim, (listrii)iitioii-,riniber-(,iiltiire,,ict-Osi(,r culture-Forestry
iiiterests ill t lie I'iiite(l states-E x port aiid import st.itistics-Proposed W01'k-Iiiihiviiev of' forests oil watvir siipplies-hithiciiee upoii procipit.itiou-Disposal of water supplies-Elemeiits of dissipation-Elemmits of of, distribill'i0l).

Rvport of Chief, of' ForestrNr Divisioii. Ag. RIA. 1890, pp. 193-236.
Wood-pulp hidustry-Ad;iption of Nvoods-Timber tests-l"orestry hiteremt,
ill till! st;IteS-Tile property v -Tile coilt ract -A Iessoit ill forest rY- Forest pol i (..N- -- Ff) rest, Ii res ()I- ( elhic'Itioll- St"Itistics id, V\Port.4 :111(i impol-IS of, wo()(I mid wood prodiietm-Artificial rainfi-illCullclusioll.

Consumption of forest Supplivs by r;iilronds, .uid I)nactic-Ihle ecollonly ill their use. For. B111. No. 4, pp. 13-39, illus. 1890.

Rej)ort oil tile cousuiliption of* tics aii(I other hiniber by railroads
ill dle Ullite(I States. Uor. 11111. NoA, 1)1). -11-52. 1890.

Tile fin-est aild its Si'milic',111ce. F'or. B111. No. 5, Ill). 7-10. 1891.


Femow, B. E.-Continued.
Forestry in a wooded country, or forest managemeDt. For. Bul.
No. 57 pp. 11-30. 1891.
Forest planting in a, treeless country'. For. Bul. No. 5, pp. 31-44.
Report of the Chief of Division of Forestry. Ag. Rpt. 18917 pp.
191-2291 illus. .
Introductory-Seed distribiftion-Rainfiall experiments-AV.-iter ni.qna-enlent
the problem of the fntnre-l forestryy lectures-Statistics of exports tml imports of wood and,%vood prodnets-l'oisoning of street trevs-A natimi'll arboretnm-Baniboo as a substitute for Nvot)d-Forcst-plantiii- exim-1.1ments-Instrnctions for a forest-phintin- experiment oil the santl Ilills of Nebraska-Southern timber pines-Distribution -intl of distribution. in different regions-Quality and a(laptatioll of woods- Discu8sion of common -Daines-Uniformity of nomenchiture ill the mark et- Forest reservations and their minagenielit-I)ersonnel-It)e(,,iilttions-Tiniber licenses.
The ravages of Liparis (Psilura) 9noitacha in Germany, and means
of defense. 1. L., vol. 3, pp. 379-382. 1891.
Report of the Chief of the Division of Forestry. Ag. JZI)t. 1892, P11.
293-3581 illus.
The work of the year-Revision of nomenclattire-A natiomfl arboreal IlmForestry lectnres-'Seedand 8ve(Ilin- distr] experiinent-l'tiblications-'rlieN\'orI (I's Fair-Tlie sittiat i ()ii-()riri nal coiiilltion of forest areas-Cantses of reduction in for&,t areas -Fires-Fires set lo v railroads- Forest- fi re le,,-4Islation-Anact for flie protection of foret lomperty-Extent (It' forest ,ir(-a-()wnerslJj)-T1ie forestry nio%-(.IIle1It-Pvp4'rt Ou Chickanian(m Mti4nial Park-Additious to the Ifirest flora of Noitli AmericaOnd necessary (1jam_es ill 110111enclatill-e of' fillportalit tillibc]. speciesi with notes-I'lie iiaval-store iii(Instr y-Ttirpentim- or(-Imn1M-,-Pni(1nets of tile ttirpentine inibistrY-Sources of slipplY-1 I Istol-leal llotes and f3t,1tistiC-,;-PIl\-8iology of resins-Metbods ofworlimr trees -Prkwildes ttw be observed in tinpentine or-c-liardiii-, ill AiticricaInspection laws relatiDff to resitions i)rcliar(lim'. in
Enrope-Man;l(reinent oftnrpeiitine pineries-(,afliering, ofspriiev tinpeiitine-Gatherintr of Lirch fir till'pelltln(-Efft cts of
turpentine orcliardiiig- (in timber, tree, and 101-est. :11111 811"gc8tioll" for
improvement on American iiiipro\rjIII( j t-A(1(1* notes on tliv turlwntino iii(iiistry-Iiiil)i-o--( iiii iit ill flit- distillation of tho ertide ttirpentine by t1w application of' Rteam-Prodticts ()[* the
destructive distillation office wood oftlic lowdeat'pille.
Scope and historical (hN-elolmient of' the science of' "tilliber
pilysics." 1 or. flptil. No. 61 Ill). 17-30. 1892.
Forestinflueiiees. Introductioiiaiid, ;uiiiiii,,iiyot'coiieliisioIis. For.
Bal. No. 7, pl). 9-22. 1893.
Itelation of'Forests to Nvat( r t,'til)pfies. Bul. No. 7, PI). 123-170,
ijius. ]Swi.
Notes on t1w saidbiry silmificance ot* forests. Fq)l.. 11111. No. 7
17 1 17 3. 1893.

Report of the Ubivf of' flie Division of' Fore-stry. A(r. T'Tt. 1893
pp. 303-364, illus.
Workoftim mialyses of woods-Tree
invasilIT1114-litm "Ind acre-ylvid N st i I Iiii
tions of liand vollet-tions-Seed and moedlln.,r (listrilintH)n
Letter to flio Sceretary ofAgrictiltniv reg.11-dill" fill'i'st 41F(INN-111 and t111111cl.
I" P,
(1011HIII M I) t i(In C'I ilitm ill I )I loll all d S I I 1110 of filrest jorml ii vt s I ii t I I(- I' n It vi stntes- Extellf of forest: Iti-cas of, flin'st t4111))0lit's t I: I. I I I i ty
-it Ill va I im of fortA I) i-i it I m +N- 1"01-4-St 1-Y 41\ Ili I it. ill t I I \\ () t- I I ]-"I I I' __ Advauco of forestry interest thiiing flie forest managt-



Femow, B. E.-Contintied.
ment-Map work and forest districting-Stirvey of the fovest districtPrinciples bf management- Forest regnlation-Progress of work required to bring areas nuder rational forest mauagement-Methods of forest regulation-Vahiation. work-Arranoeinent of aoe classes-Yield calenlatiousIn in
Fellino, budget-Statistics of forest d istri bti ti on -Methods of barvestino, and transportation-Price of wood in the forest-Price of manufactured lumber-Good roads-Forest protect on -Forest crop production or sylviciilttire-Pl,,intincr-Introduction of exotics-White-pine yields-COPPiCe rnana(rement-St.indard, coppice-Tbe timber forest-Regeneration niethods-linprovernent cuttings and thiunings-1-Triderplanting -Forestry vdneation mid forestry literature Literiture -Forestry associations-Forest experiment stations.
Report of the Chief of Division of Forestry- Ag. Rpt. 1894, pp.
Functions of the Division of I forestry in general- Office work-Ptiblications-Botanieil and A.1iiseum work-Seed awl plant distribution-Col lection ofulaterials-Physical laboratory-Tree measurements and acre-yield
deter ni nations.
Description of the various methods of impregnation as practiced
for the Prussian -railways. For. Bul. No. 9, pp. 286-291. 1894.
Forestry for farmers. Y. B. 1894, pp. 461-500, illus.
How trees grow-Food materialsand conditions of growth-Soil conditionsLight conditions-Physiology of tree growth-" Sap up and sap down "Process of development-Crowth in len,,th and in
thickness-Form, development-lWe of growth-Reproduction-11ow to plant a forest-What trees to plint-Methods of planting-How to treat the wood lot-Improvement ctittin ,s-!Nlethods of reproducing tile wood vroj)-Sizo, of openings-Wind mantle-Coppice-Plan of nuanagenient]low to cultivate the wood crop-Effect of light on Nvood prodnetionsNuinber of trees per acre-Weeding and 0011 lillg the crop-Methods of
thinniiig ' trees to remove.

Report of the Chief of Division of Forestry. Ag. Rpt. 1895, pp.
Ptiblicitions-Timber iiiv(,,stifr,,itions-Ttirpentitic orcliarding-l"ree, ineasnrements-Forest plantin- experiiiients-llrop,,i,(,aii(l-,t work.

Tberel-,ttioiiof'foi-eststof,,trms. Y.B.1895,pp.333-340,illus.
The waters the fiarni-The forest tempers the farm-The forest protects the 1'.,irin-Tbe forest snpplics the firm with useful materials.

Rej)ort of the Chief of Divisioii of Forestry. Ag. Rpt. 1896 pp.

Appropriations and expenditareg-l'orsonal and Divisional force-Correslmn(lenve-Tiniber ineasnremeiits-Experimental lbrest plantin-8-AtLinta l jxl)ositioii-('oiitiiiiiittion ol' timber of a snitiblo laboratory-Canvags of forest conditions.

Facts and fi(rures re(rar(ling our forest resources briefly F;tated.
F,(Jr. Cire. No. 11, pl). S. 1896.
SoWliern pine.: Mechanical and pby sdcal properties. For. Circ.
No. 12, 1)1). 12, ilins. 1896.

in thelTnite(l States. For.Circ.No.13,pp.8.

Ti in her 1) i i i vs ()f t I i v 84) 11 t I i v r i i I I iii te(I S states. I n troductioii.] For.
I I i 11. 1-mo. 13, 11). 11 -25, i I I i i s. 189 6.

Is protection ,tgainst fire s practicablef For. Cire. No. 14, pp. 4.


F>enow, B. E.-Contiuued.
Summary of mechanical tests on thirty-two species of Amnerica i
wood. For. Circ. No. 15, pp. 12. 1896.
Report of the probable amount of white pine and other coniiferous
timber standing, and its consumption in the United States. 83.
Doc. No. 40, pp. 21. 1897.
Report of the Chief of Division of Forestry. Ag. Ept. 1897. pp.
Chief lines of invest igation-Tree-pta uting ex perimiwlt8-Timb er pjllysic8Biologrical iiquiry-nvestiation18 of' forest condit il 8-Timiber trees f ()r the arid regionis-Puiblications-I~ersonuel-Correspondencee-Prolpa gal 1da,.
Note on adhesion of spikes. For. Bul. No. 1, pp. 62-65. 1887.
[Notes on wood preservatives.] For. Bul. No. 1, pp. 104, 105. 1887.
Aunul charges for ties. For. Bul. No. 1, pp 105-127, illus. 1887., Age of trees and time of blazig determined by annual brings,
For. Cire. No. 16, pp. 11, illus. 18976.
The Government timber tests. For. Circ. -No. 7, pp. 4. [No date.] Effect of turpentine gathering on the timuber of longlcea f pine.
For. Circ. -No. 9, p). 1. [No (late.J
Strength of boxede" or turpentinen" timber. For. Cire. No. S,
pp. 3. [.No date.]
Suggestions to the lumbermen of the United States iii behalf (of
more rational forest management. For. Cire. No. 10, pp. 8. 1 No
Ferrouilat, P.
Apparatus for combatig mildew. Rot. Bul. -No. 5, pp. 91-110,1
ill us. 1888.
Flnk, Canada.
Orchard culture. Ag. E-1pt. 1851, pp. 673-675, illuts. Pinley, J. P.
Certain climatic conditions of the two 1)ak'otais. W. BI. tunumt.
rpt., pp. 206, illus. 1893.
Finney, C.
fU,%epott oni farmi crops, etc., ini Virginia.J Ag. IS-4$, ppl.

Fish, A. L.
Report oii cheese to the New York -State k--ricultural Suwiet y.
Ag. U~pt. 18-48, pp. 618-626.
]Fluh, Pierre A.
Leeches. 12th and 13th JApts. B. A. L., pp1. 2219-259, illus. IS! 7.
A himtoloticil 1iivetigA1tizi of, Iwo vasto'i of ;11 v(j116 hy1'4.s with ;Ii,
tojrical aLCCounlt Of a mupposed biuihla iaea-calf-led burrna.ttov,, oCCHIrriisg"
iIn idia~.
Fish, Pierre A., and Veranus A. Moore.
A report of rabies in Waslhigto, D~istrict of Columia:. l:1I1
and 13th Rpts. B. A. L, pp. 267-2S21 illus. 1897. Fisher, A. K.
Food of' hawks and owls. Ag. lk'pt. 1887, pp. 102-122.
Exp~eriments in poisoning. Ag. Rpt. 18867 pp. 123.- L6G.


Fisher, A. K.-Continued.
Notes on the depredations of blackbirds and gophers in northern
Iowa and southern Minnesota in the fall of 1887. Ag. Rpt. 1887,
pp. 454-456.
The short-eared owl (Asio accipitrinus). Ag. Rpt. 1888, pp. 496498, illus.
The sparrow hawk (Falco sparverius). Ag. Rpt. 1888, pp. 491-496,
Destruction of the sparrow by poisons. O. and M. Bul. No. 1, pp.
174-178. 1889.
Marsh hawk (Circus hwdsonius). Ag, Rpt. 1889, pp. 370-372, illus.
Conmmnon screech owl (Megascops asio). Ag. Rpt. 1889, pp. 372-376,
Flaminulated screech owl (Megascops flammeolus). Ag. Rpt. 1889,
The hawks and owls of the United States in their relation to agriculture. O. and M. Bul. No. 3, pp. 210, illus. 1893.
Report on the ornithology of the Death Valley Expedition of 1891,
comprising notes on the birds observed in southern California, southern Nevada, and parts of Arizona and Utah. N. A. Fauna
No. 7, pp. 7-158. 1893.
Hawks and owls as related to the farmer. Y.B. 1894, pp.215-232,
Cause of the prejudice against birds of prey--Soime characteristics of rapacious birds-Food habits of the principal birds of prey-Harmless species of Ihawks and owls-Wholly beneficial hawks-Hawks and owls mostly
beneticial-Iarmful hawks and owls. Fisher, D.
Tornado, March 20, 1895, Augusta, (eorgia. Mo. W. R., vol. 23,
pp. 93, 94. 1895.
Fisher, Ef. M.
Revision of the North American species of Iloffmanseggia. Cont.
Nat. Herb., vol. 1, pp. 143-150. 1890-1895. Fisher, Geo. P.
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Delaware.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 108.116.
Fithian, Samuel C.
[Report on firm crops, etc., in Louisiana.] Ag. Rpt. 18,50, p. 398. Fitzgerald, Frederick.
Report mon the commerce of Cognac, France. For. Mkts. Bul. No.
3, p. 13. 1695.
Flad, Henry.
Wood preservation. For. Bul. No. 1, pp. 66-91. 1887.
Preservation of wooden ties. For. Bul. No. 9, pp. 257-185. 1894. Flather, J. 3.
Mechanical drawing in technical schools. O. E. S. Bul. No. 20,
pp. 81-88. 1894.


Fleischmann, C. L.
ACCOUDt Of Wool ill GerLuaijy. -. kg. Rpt. 1845, pl). 1017-109.00.
Result of observations inade during a visit to Germany in 1844-45.
Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp. 239-349.
An account of the ineetino, of Gei-man agriculturists at Breslati, ill 1)riissian
Silesia-111stoi-ical sketch of Silesian wool ctilture-()n the inanagen-lent of the Merino flocks oil till- ftirin of the vicerov of 11iiii-alv-011 the improve(I Mei ino sliced, with illustrations-0n the foi-illation 111)41 gj'owth of wool, with illustrations-()n iiiai-kiij- sheep, with Mustrations-111sti-11inents to ineasui-e till, de,4ree of fineness ot'\Nool, Nvith illusti-atiolis-\\'oot shears, inipi-oved one.,, with illustrations-Sheep )-,ti-d and staldes, with illustrations-General rule foi- pastm-1 ng sheep-Dinien-sloi.s to be obsei-ved in purchasing sheell, with 111tistrati(ins and table-Descriptiou of' 1he appai-atus foi- washing sheep, with convention and wool inai'kets-\Vool trmle of G'ei-many md aniount of* ekl)lttl
eugmn-d in the wool trade of Gerni'lliv-011 till- expol-t of' wool fvoni
YnanY to other countries, atid futtire pi.ospects (ifthe German wool tralvRequisite 41tudities of Nvool foi- inanufac-birin- purposes-0n. tg-ncultitnil
schools-Biennial and thi-ce ti(-141 eln of, )n wilcat)
sN-st tobacco,
and spelt, as cidtivated on the Rhi IC-Mode of fcc(lillr Cattle at Ah-slithDesci-iption of an appai'atils fol, stcandug food, with the Illode of feediag
steamed chaffand its advantalres'.
Relative to the sug-ar planters of' the United states'. Ag. Upt.
18487 pp. 274-277.
Plows aild plowhig. Spl. Rpt. -So. 641 pp. 6-1, 65. 1883.

Flensburg, Peter M.
[Report on the commerce of' Malino, S\N'eden.] For..1111.-ts. 141I.No.
8 pp. 91, 9". 1896.
1 .d

Fletcher, James.
Preliminary notes ul)ou (,!h ionobas (. E'itcis) ))mcoitnii. 1. L.7 v()I. 27
pp. 45, -16. 1889.

The Mediterranean flour iimth. L L., vol. 2, 1)1). 187-189. I.S89.

-Notes t1l)O11 injuriou's illsects of the yeal. ill ("all"Ida. 1. L., vol. 3,
1). 247. 1891.

[hiatigural addi-ess as pt-('Sidellt of tile ASSOciatioll ()I* l"'colmillic
Elitoillolwristsd 1. 1.1., Vol. -1, pl). -1-16. 189t.

Notes oit iiijitHous insects in Canada hi 1892. 1. L., Vol. -1, 1)1).
124- 126. 1892.

Flint, C. L.
Tile horses of -New En(yhmd. Air. l"pt. 1861, 1q). -')S'-'-102j Hills.
A 111111dred yeAl'.,;' progi-ess. A-,-. Upt. LS12, pp. 2-4 1-'30-1.

Fliiit, William R.
[14,. port on farm ciol)s, etc., iii Maine.j Air. Upt. 1)1). 226-231.

Flint, Wilson.
Gral)o culture in the Viiited States. Air. lZI)t. 1863, pl). 117-155.
Influence and vahio of ait 11114-1-4-liall"t, of, fliv vitw., of tho vilitill-i-s I'lit,
isothermal an(l mi-tt-orological i-efli6renit-tits of' thii gi-:ilievine
of villeyant sites ill the Atlantic Mtafes :11111 prelmratiollot, till' Sill] S, lf-1tions of vizivy;ird sites iii Calit",I)m a and pi-eirii-atioij oftho soil Phttitilig till, villes-The grape harvvtit in Califoniia-\Vitiv inakilllr in


Flint, Wilson-CoOlimed.
Textile fiber of the Pacific States. Ag. Rpt. 1864, pp. 471-48'.
'rhe area Of tervitory and popithition consideie(I-Cotton growing in the
I'acitle states a failure froin ineteorolo-ical causes-Flax and heinp in the 1',telfie st(ites-Anhiml textile tigers in the Micific statesaud territories1'i-eseiit condition ot'Nvool--rowimr-All farmers shotild be 8heep-(rroNversSlicej) stirv;ttion in tlie 1)acifie ini-rakion of sheep benetiCial-I'lie (rreit (-( ntral Imsiu. for sheep grazing-Silk vulture in the 11acific Stites-Inti-oduction Of tile silkworin of' recent dite in CaliforniaSuccess hi silk vitltm-e a question of climate-The climate of California
ptculiai.-IN, fitvt)rable to silk culture.
rlorey, H. M.
[Report oii the coinineree of Amherstbarg, Ontario.] For. Mkts.
B al. L\o. 4, pp. 40,41. 1693.
Foaden, George P.
Cottoii culture iii E(rypt. 0. E. S. Bul. No. 41, pp. 34, ills. 1897.
Present condition of (.Otto]) Culture in Egypt-Crops gi-own iii Egypt-Cliulatic ot, 1.'irN-ptjjU cotton on the fei-tility of tbe
Sol of triv Soil iud,-N'.trieties- Nanting, irri1(ratill-7 ind cultivatmg-Insect of, the ProductGiII11111--co6t of -rowill- cotton in E- ,pt-Exports of cotton from
Po,6x G.
Practical treatitient-g for the prevention of mildew. Bot. Bul. No.
), pp. 113-115. 1886.

Fogg, William Perry.
Culture of root crops. Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 265_269.
Tm-itips and atid su,, ar bvet-Carrot6 Md IMI-13P M --N
niPs-AmilYsis Of flic ash Of roots-Comp.trative value a8 food.
.Clicinical In-operties of milk and bitter. Ag. Rpt. 1849, Pp.
Follett, W. W.
14. 2, 1)1). 96, 97. 1 S9 2.
Relml-t oil Rved Itiver artesiail basia. 8. Due. No. 41, pt. PPFolsetter, William.
Glaiiders ammi,21- lionses aii(l iiiales iii Texas. 6th and 7th Rj)ts.
I'). A. I., pp. :193-398. ISIJI.

Forbes, S. A.
FJ\P(11AmeiHs oii clihich bt114's. Elit. B111. No. 27 m). 23-.205. 1883.
Farly 1.1-v ll(-,C (d' I liv (,- li inch bito- iiiet lie .74 ississil)I)i Valley. I.L..
1, 2 19. 1889.
Arsenwal ImIsmis for the Idum and jwwli curculio. 1. L., Vol. 2,
1q). 3-7. I'S"S9.
;111(1 1"Ibol"Itovy, (w-rimizatimi jentomolmricall. 1. L., Vol. 2,
A summai-y liisttwy oftliv (-orii n)(4, al)his. 1. L., Vol.,3, pl).2,33-238.
I IS9 1.
Oil Hie life hi.stol-y ot, III(-, whltv ".1-Libs. 1. L, Vol. 3 pp. 239-245.