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Table of Contents
    Table of Contents
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    Agricultural economics
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    Agricultural engineering
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    Animal science
        Page 11
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    Food and nutrition
        Page 14
    Forestry and natural resources
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    Miscellaneous
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    Rural life
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    Soils, crops, and atmospheric science
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    Serials
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UNIVERSITY OF
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FLORIDA Agriculture Rural Life Bibliography

Compiled By: Vernon N. Kisling, Jr.
Collection Management Coordinator
Marston Science Library
George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
18 February 1997 / NEH-USAIN Grant Version

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1 AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, 1820-1899
1 Agricultural Economics, 1900-1909
1 Agricultural Economics, 1910-1919
2 Agricultural Economics, 1920-1929
3 Agricultural Economics, 1930-1939
5 Agricultural Economics, 1940-1945
6 Agricultural Economics, Pamphlets
7 Agricultural Economics, Theses

10 AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING, 1910-1919
10 Agricultural Engineering, 1930-1939
11 Agricultural Engineering, 1940-1945
11 Agricultural Engineering, Pamphlets
11 Agricultural Engineering, Theses

11 ANIMAL SCIENCE, 1820-1899
11 Animal Science, 1900-1909
12 Animal Science, 1910-1919
12 Animal Science, 1920-1929
12 Animal Science, 1930-1939
13 Animal Science, 1940-1945
13 Animal Science, Pamphlets
13 Animal Science, Theses

14 FOOD and NUTRITION, 1900-1909
14 Food and Nutrition, 1910-1919
14 Food and Nutrition, 1930-1939
15 Food and Nutrition, 1940-1945
15 Food and Nutrition, Pamphlets













15 FORESTRY and NATURAL RESOURCES, 1820-1899
16 Forestry and Natural Resources, 1900-1909
16 Forestry and Natural Resources, 1910-1919
17 Forestry and Natural Resources, 1920-1929
19 Forestry and Natural Resources, 1930-1939
22 Forestry and Natural Resources, 1940-1945
23 Forestry and Natural Resources, Pamphlets
25 Forestry and Natural Resources, Theses

25 MISCELLANEOUS
25 Miscellaneous, Pamphlets

26 RURAL LIFE, 1820-1899
28 Rural Life, 1900-1909
28 Rural Life, 1910-1919
29 Rural Life, 1920-1929
29 Rural Life, 1930-1939
31 Rural Life, 1940-1945
32 Rural Life, Pamphlets
32 Rural Life, Theses

34 SOILS, CROPS and ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE, 1820-1899
41 Soils, Crops and Atmospheric Science, 1900-1909
43 Soils, Crops and Atmospheric Science, 1910-1919
46 Soils, Crops and Atmospheric Science, 1920-1929
49 Soils, Crops and Atmospheric Science, 1930-1939
51 Soils, Crops and Atmospheric Science, 1940-1945
53 Soils, Crops and Atmospheric Science, Pamphlets
59 Soils, Crops and Atmospheric Science, Theses


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FLORIDA Agriculture Rural Life Bibliography


AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, 1820-1899

Dunn, Martin. Martin Dunn's descriptive circular of Florida groves residences and plantations for
sale. New York, NY: W. P. Kremer, 1882. 36 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F091 D923m

Florida Department of Agriculture. Agricultural statistics of the state of Florida, collected by the
commissioner of agriculture for the year 1890. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1892. 33 p., illus.

Census report of the state of Florida for the year 1895. Tallahassee, FL: Florida
Department of Agriculture, 1897. 27 p., illus.

South Florida Railroad. Names and addresses of the orange and vegetable growers of South
Florida located on the South Florida Railroad and all its branches.....showing acreage in
orange groves and estimated yield in boxes. Sanford, FL: South Florida Railroad, 1891. 99 p.
Note: Fourth edition.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F634 S727n

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, 1900-1909

Burgess, A. F. Interstate shipment of nursery stock in Florida. Washington, DC: Government
Printing Office, 1901. n. p. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Entomology Circular 75)
UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents; A9.4: 75

SDuggar, John F. Agriculture for southern schools. New York, NY: Macmillan, 1908. 351 p., illus.
UF Libraries MSL Books; 30 D879a

Florida Department of Agriculture. The third census of the state of Florida taken in the year 1905.
Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1906. 304 p., illus.

Florida National Land Company. A fortune awaits you in Florida. Fort Wayne, IN: Florida
National Land Company, 1909. 31 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F630 F6362f

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, 1910-1919

Anon. Florida plantations. n.p.: Florida Plantations Company, 1910. n.p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F02 S13 F:1

SCrosby, M. A. Farm practices that increase crop yields in Gulf Coast regions. Washington, DC:
Government Printing Office, 1918. 28 p. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin 986)
UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents; A1.9: 986

SFlorida Department of Agriculture. The fourth census of the state of Florida taken in the year 1915.
Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1915. n. p.

Gould, Vincent W. Government land in Florida with general information, ma showing location of
vacant lands in the state and abstracts of the laws governing the aquirement of same. DeLand,
FL: Author, 1915. 63 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F333 G698


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2 Kennerly, Clarence H. Facts and figures or, the ABC of Florida trucking. St. Augustine, FL: Record
Company, 1911. 137 p., illus.
Note: Third revised edition (1913).
UF Libraries Spec Coil/Florida History & MSL Books; F635 K36f (Spec Coil) & 635 K36f
(MSL)

SPennypacker, J. E., and M. O. Eldridge. Economic surveys of county highway improvement a
compilation and analysis of data in eight selected counties, showing comparative financial
burdens and economic benefits resulting from highway improvement during a period of years.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1916. 86 p. (U.S. Department of Agriculture
Department Bulletin 393)
Note: Manatee County is one of the eight counties covered.
UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents; A1.3: 393

Rose, R. E. The possibilities of sugar production in Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Appleyard, 1912. 62
p., pi.
Note: An address presented to the Florida State Agricultural Society. Previously published in
1900 & 1910.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F338.1 R797p

Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. General Industrial Department. Florida's central lake
2 region: citrus fruits, vegetables, forage crops, live stock and poultry. Norfolk, VA: Seaboard Air
Line Railway Company, 1915. 48 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F338.1 F6365

2 Southern Land Congress. Soldier settlements in the south. Proceedings of the Southern Land
Congress. Savannah, GA: Southern Land Congress, 1918. 155 p.
Note: Congress held at Savannah, GA on 11-12 November 1918.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F330 S7273s

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, 1920-1929

S Florida Chamber of Commerce. Agricultural Committee. Proceedings of the agricultural conference.
Miami, FL: Florida Chamber of Commerce, 1926. 84 p.
Note: Conference held at Miami, FL on 6 December 1926.
Preservation Note: Mimeographed.

SFlorida Department of Agriculture. The fifth census of the state of Florida taken in the year 1925.
Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1928. 124 p., illus.

S._ Florida an advancing state 1907-1917-1927. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1928. 352 p., illus.
UF Libraries MSL Books; HC107 .F6 A5

Florida Department of Agriculture. Marketing Bureau. Handbook for Florida growers and shippers.
Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1925. n. p.
Note: Reprinted in 1926.

Official grades for the standardization of Florida fruits and vegetables. Tallahassee, FL:
Florida Department of Agriculture, 1927. 54 p.
Note: Reprinted in 1929, 1930.
UF Libraries MSL Books; 631.18 F636o 1927










SGatlin, George O. Marketing southern grown sweet potatoes. Washington, DC: Government Printing
Office, 1924. 46 p., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Department Bulletin 1206)
UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents; A1.3: 1206

2 Hager, John M. Commercial survey of the southeast. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office,
1927. 477 p., illus. (U.S. Department of Commerce Domestic Commerce Series 19.)
Note: Covers agriculture, mining and forestry.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F330 H144c

Mayo, Nathan, T. J. Brooks, and Phil S. Taylor. All Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department
of Agriculture, Bureau of Immigration, 1926. 208 p., illus.
Note: Basic overview of agriculture in Florida and each of the counties.
UF Libraries MSL Books; 31.1125 F636al

2 Orlando Orange Groves Company. Turning sunshine into gold being the story of the Lake Avalon
orange groves at Orlando. St. Augustine, FL: The Record Co., 1922. 28 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F02 063 071t

SPensacola Chamber of Commerce. The practical hand book of Florida: a book of comparative facts
and figures, maps routes, statistics and other information, for the tourists, visitors developers,
homeseekers, agriculturalists, horticulturalists and investors. Pensacola, FL: Pensacola
Chamber of Commerce, 1925. 64 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F06 P895

2 Pensacola Junior and Senior Chamber of Commerce. Industrial and economic survey of Pensacola.
New York, NY: Parsons Brinckerhoff Hogan and Macdonald, 1927. 341 p., illus.
Note: Includes a section on agriculture.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F02 P41p

2 Ringling and White, Inc. Floridale farms and groves; west Florida the magic land of fine climate
and homes of contentment. New York, NY: Ringling and White, Inc., 1925. 32 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F06 R581f

Swinson, Carl R., and W. C. Funk. Economic aspects of citrus fruit growing in Polk County, Florida.
2- Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1926. 40 p., illus. (U.S. Department of
Agriculture Department Bulletin 1435)
U F Libraries MSL Federal Documents; A1.3: 1435

Turlington, J. E., and Frank W. Brumley. Prelininary report on labor and materials required for some
Florida crops. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida. College of Agriculture, 1927. 16 p.
Note: University of Florida Record, v. 22, no. 2, April 1927.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Archives;

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, 1930-1939

American Agricultural Chemical Company. Citrus profits: a handbook of practical information for
the Florida citrus grower. Lakeland, FL: American Agricultural Chemical Company, 1931. 82
p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F634 A512c

i Anon. Types of farming in Florida. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida Agricultural Experiment
Station, 1935. 293 p., 25 p appendix, 132 illus., foldout tables
Preservation Note: Typescript on tissue paper; handdrawn charts and maps.
UF Libraries MSL Books; 31.1125 F636t










Ballinger, Kenneth. Miami millions: the dance of the dollars in the great Florida land boom of
2 1925. Miami, FL: Franklin Press, 1936. 160 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F02 M61 B192m

SFlorida Citrus Growers Clearing House Association. Statistical information on citrus shipments
prices etc. Winter Haven, FL: Florida Citrus Growers Clearing House Association, 1930. 54 p.
UF Libraries MSL Books; 631.18 F6363s

SFlorida Department of Agriculture. Agricultural statistics of Florida. Twenty-first census 1936-
1937. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1938. 259 p., illus.
Note: Statistics for other years were published in the Quarterly Bulletin [e.g., 1924 in v. 36 (3)
and 1927 in v. 38 (3)].

___ The sixth census of the state of Florida 1935. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1936. 162 p., illus.

SFlorida Department of Agriculture. Marketing Bureau. From field to market with Florida
vegetable and citrus fruits. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1931. 108 p.,
illus.
Note: Reprinted in 1938 as Department of Agriculture Bulletin 88.
UF Libraries MSL Books; 631.18 F636f

S__ Handbook for poultrymen. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1931. n. p.

2 Marketing poultry and ggs. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1934. n.
p.
Note: Reprinted in 1936.

2. Standardization and methods of marketing livestock. Tallahassee, FL: Florida
Department of Agriculture, 1931. n. p.

3 Florida Sun-Land Company. Get enough of our Florida land to yield you $200 per month.
Jacksonville, FL: Welcome News Co., 1935. 35 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F630 F637

3 Gee, Wilson et al. The cotton cooperative in the southeast. New York, NY: Appleton-Century, 1933.
271 p., illus. (University of Virginia Institute for Research in the Social Sciences Monograph
17)
UF Libraries MSL Books; 281.4 G297c

SMead, Arthur R. The citrus industry and occupations in Florida. Tallahassee, FL: U. S. National
Youth Administration. Florida, 1939. 185 p., pl., illus.
Note: Republished in 1940.
UF Libraries Spec Coll/Florida History & MSL Books; F634 .U59c 1940 (Spec Coll) & 634.3
U58c 1940 (MSL); 92 M479c 1939 (MSL)

SRhodes, Neill. Marketing Florida truck crops, including shipments, market price and miscellaneous
data. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1932. 188 p., illus.
UF Libraries MSL Books; HD9007 .F6 R38x

_. Standard grades for fruits and vegetables. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1933. 60 p., illus.


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2 Risher, F. W. Statistics of Florida agriculture and related enterprises. Tallahassee, FL: Florida
Department of Agriculture, 1932. 62 p., illus.
Note: Reprinted in 1934
UF Libraries MSL Books; 630 .F63 1934

SU.S. Agricultural Adjustment Administration. Recent changes in the Florida citrus industry: a
graphic review of certain economic factors bearing on the production and marketing of Florida
oranges and grapefruit. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1938. 43 p., illus. (GCM-
5 Marketing Information Series)
UF Libraries MSL Books; 634.3 U58r

, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agricultural Adjustment Administration. Recent changes in the
Florida citrus industry: a graphic review of certain economic factors bearing on the production
and marketing of Florida oranges and grapefruit. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office,
1938. 42 p., illus.

SU.S. Department of Commerce. Bureau of Census. Drainage of agricultural lands. Florida: statistics
for state and counties. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1932. 12 p.
UF Libraries Government Documents;

Farm Census Report (Part I: Federal Farm Census State of Florida Part II: Florida
Statistic by Counties). Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1935. 143 p. (Part
I), 112 p. (Part II)
Note: Reprint of U.S. Census of Agriculture data for 1935.
UF Libraries MSL Books; 31.1125 U58f

Zeigler, E. A., H. E. Spillers, and C. H. Coulter. Financial aspects of growing southern pine,
Washington County, Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service, 1931. 77 p.,
illus. (Florida Forest and Park Service Bulletin 7)

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, 1940-1945

SCamp, A. F. Citrus industry of Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1945.
198 p., illus.
UF Libraries MSL Books ; 634.3 F636c

3 Florida Department of Agriculture. Florida as the nation's editors see it. Tallahassee, FL: Florida
Department of Agriculture, 1941. 111 p., illus.
UF Libraries Library West; 917.59 F6366f

Florida State Agricultural Land Use Planning Committee. Unified state agricultural program to
meet the impacts of war. Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida State Agricultural Land Use
Planning Committee, 1941. 36 p.
UF Libraries MSL Books; 630 F632u

3 Jessen, Raymond J., and Earl E. Houseman. Statistical investigations of farm sample surveys taken
in Iowa. Florida and California. Ames, Iowa: Agricultural Experiment Station, Iowa State
College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, 1944. 76 p., illus (Iowa Agricultural Experiment
Station Research Bulletin 329)
UF Libraries MSL State Documents ; 100 Io9

Johnson, Charles S. et al. Statistical atlas of southern counties. Chapel Hill, NC: University of
North Carolina Press, 1941. 355 p., illus.


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Note: Socio-economic indices of 1,104 southern counties.
UF Libraries MSL Books; 280 .J66s

SU.S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Florida's production of agricultural perishables in relation
to the development of air freight. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1945. 47 p.,
illus.
UF Libraries Spec Coll/Florida History & MSL Books; F387.7 U58f (Spec Coll) & 338.14
U58f (MSL)

SU.S. Congress, and U.S. Mediterranean Fruitfly Board. Losses sustained by growers incident to
federal campaign for the eradication of the Mediterranean fruitfly in Florida. Washington,
DC: Government Printing Office, 1941. 717 p., illus.
Note: Published originally as a letter from the Sec. of Agriculture to congress (76th Cong,, 1st
sess., House document no. 290 / 146 p. / 1939).
UF Libraries MSL Books; 92.1 U581

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, Pamphlets

SAnon. The Florida citrus exchange 1909-1932. Tampa, FL: Tampa Daily Times, 1932. 8 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F634 F6366

3 Delta Canal Company. Rich farmlands in Florida. Grand Rapids, MI: Stanton Printing Co., 1895.
16 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F333 D366r

3 Florida Department of Agriculture. Comparative data of Florida and other states. Tallahassee,
FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1926. 8 p., illus.

3 Florida agriculture and industries. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture,
1939. 16 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F354 F5i 1940

List of canning plants in Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1938.
3 p.

. _. Report of 1935 state census. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1935. 2 p.

3 Florida Department of Agriculture. Marketing Bureau. Graphic charts of commodity prices and
shipments of principal agricultural products. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1928. 7 p., 42 illus.
UF Libraries MSL Books; 631.18 F636g

3 Florida Farms and Homes Company. A tour of the lands of the Florida Farms and Homes. Palatka,
FL: Times-Herald Printers, 1916. 8 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F333 F6371t

. Florida Land and Settlement Company. Ten-acre farms for Florida settlers. Jacksonville, FL:
Florida Land and Settlement Company, 1914. 16 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F02 V94 F636t

2. Florida State Agricultural Marketing Board. The state farmers markets of Florida. Tallahassee,
FL: Florida State Agricultural Marketing Board, 1941. 14 p., illus.










SGrimes, A. M. Handling and loading southern new potatoes. Washington, DC: Government Printing
S Office, 1919. 20 p., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin 1050)
UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents; A1.9: 1050

2 Harper, Roland M. Agricultural conditions in Florida in 1925. n.p.: n.p., 1927. 13 p.
Note: Reprint of an article in Economic Geography (v. 3 no. 3, July 1927).
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F630 H295a

3 Risher, F. W. Pointers on gg marketing methods. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1938. 8 p., illus.

3 Turkey production and marketing. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture,
1936. 23 p., illus.
UF Libraries MSL Books ; 47.3 R595t

Robinson, M. F. Florida orange groves for sale. Sanford, FL: M. F. Robinson, 1911. 13 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F333 R666f

STomlinson, E. H. and Son. Florida: what has been and can be done on Florida farms. Jacksonville,
FL: Arnold Printing Co., 1915. 23 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F338.1 T659f

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, Theses

SBolton, C. J. A study of potato cooperative marketing associations in Florida. Gainesville, FL:
University of Florida, 1931. 111 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Agricultural Economics)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

Bowman, Victor V. The relative importance of the grade-lowering factors of citrus. Gainesville,
FL: University of Florida, 1935. 74 p. (M.S. Thesis in Agricultural Economics)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

Brooker, Marvin A. Farm tenancy in Jackson County, Florida. Gainesville, FL: University of
Florida, 1927. 104 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Agricultural Economics)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

SBrown, Hamlin L. Marketing Florida tomatoes. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1938. n. p.
(M.S. Thesis in Agricultural Economics)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

SBrumley, Frank W. The labor requirements of Florida crops. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida,
I 1926. 104 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Agricultural Economics)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

Carlisle, Ralph C. Making a long time program in vocational agriculture for Sneads community.
3 Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1932. 56 p. (M.A. Thesis in Education)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780


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Cooper, John F. A stu of the cost of growing beans in Florida. 1927-28. Gainesville, FL: University
of Florida, 1929. 42 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Agricultural Economics)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

Dansby, George W. Example of how an enterprise of citrus is analyzed for use in teaching
]' vocational agriculture. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1930. 194 p., illus. (M.A. Thesis
in Education)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

Farun, Fred N. An economic study of the Lake Hamilton Citrus Growers' Association. Gainesville,
S FL: University of Florida, 1934. 151 p. (M.S. Thesis in Agriculture)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

Graham, George R. The cost of living on one hundred farms Columbia County Florida y ar 1927-28.
Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1929. 83 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Agricultural
Economics)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

SHamilton, H. G. Farm management studies of truck and citrus farms in Florida. Gainesville, FL:
University of Florida, 1923. 84 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Agricultural Economics)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

Haskell, Harold N. An economic study of some farms in Alachua County. Gainesville, FL:
University of Florida, 1929. 63 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Agricultural Economics)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

Howard, R. H. A study of the relation of grade and staple to the price of cotton grown in Florida.
Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1930. 88 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Agricultural
Economics)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

SHutchings, Richard M. Trends in the marketing of Florida citrus fruits. Gainesville, FL: University
of Florida, 1929. 82 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Business Administration)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

z Larson, Lawrence J. The cost of producing strawberries in the Plant City area for the season 1927-
1928. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1932. 52 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Agricultural
Economics)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

Maloney, Clarence B. Marketing Florida citrus fruits. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1918.
95 p. (M.S. Thesis in Horticulture)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
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Miley, Douglas G. Farm mortgage loan experience in four Florida counties. Gainesville, FL:
S University of Florida, 1939. 60 p. (M.S. Thesis in Agricultural Economics)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

SO'Byrne, Frank M. Cooperative marketing of citrus fruits in Florida. Gainesville, FL: University of
Florida, 1913. 127 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Economics)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

Roberts, George C. The production receipts costs and profits on ten citrus groves in Polk County
Florida over a period of fourteen years. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1932. 83 p.,
illus. (M.S. Thesis in Agricultural Economics)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

z Rogers, Frazier. The economic use of tractors in Florida for 1929. Gainesville, FL: University of
Florida, 1930. 59 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Agricultural Economics)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

Scarborough, Chaffie A. The cost of producing potatoes in the Hastings area. Gainesville, FL:
S University of Florida, 1927. 60 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Agricultural Economics)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
UF Libraries MSL Books; LD 1780

SSeiler, Paul R. Production loans made by Florida farmers cooperative associations. Gainesville, FL:
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Smith, H. A. An economic study of twenty-five large citrus groves in central Florida. Gainesville,
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Spurlock, A. H. Marketing of Florida shade tobacco. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1933.
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3 Tod, Carrel I. Local taxation with special reference to the Plant City trucking area of Florida.
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Wann, John L. Florida truck crgo competition, intra-state. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida,
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Woodruff, Hiram T. An economic study of depreciation of farm machinery on one hundred thirteen
S farms of Hillsborough County Florida. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1929. 66 p.,
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Wray, Robert. Cost of living on Florida fa a survey of 85 farms in Alachua County and 110
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SYoung, Martin G. Cost and returns on sixty poultry farms in Florida with comparisons for 1928-1929.
Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1931. 49 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Agricultural
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2 Ramsey, H. J. Handling and shipping citrus fruits in the Gulf states. Washington, DC: Government
Printing Office, 1915. 28 p., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin 696)
UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents; A1.9: 696

SRamsey, H. J., and Edward L. Markell. The handling and precooling of Florida lettuce and celery.
Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1917. 29 p., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture
Bulletin 601)
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2 Stanley, F. W. Irrigation in Florida. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1917. 62 p., 6
pl., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Bulletin 462)
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SStubenraugh, A. V. et al. Factors governing the successful shipment of oranges from Florida.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1914. 50 p., illus. (U.S. Department of
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SCumings, Glenn A. et al. Machine placement of fertilizers for snap beans in Florida. Washington,
DC: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1936. 43 p., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Circular 399)
UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents; A1.4: 399

SRamser, C. E. The flow of water in dredged drainage ditches. Washington, DC: Government
Printing Office, 1930. 60 p., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Department Bulletin 832)
Note: Includes work done in Florida.
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SRose, Dean H., and E. A. Gorman. Handling, precooling and transportation of Florida strawberries.
Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1936. 58 p., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture










Technical Bulletin 525)
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Florida Department of Agriculture. Safety on the farm. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1940. 34 p., illus.
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AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING, Pamphlets

3 Hawkins, Lon A., and William R. Barger. Cold storage of Florida grapefruit. Washington, DC:
Government Printing Office, 1926. 7 p. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Department Bulletin
1368)
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SFifield, W. M. The effect of various wrappers and temperatures on the preservation of oranges in
cold storage. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1932. 68 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in
Horticulture)
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A Freeman, Hiram D. The strength of irrigation pipe as influenced by coarse aggregate. Gainesville,
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3 Lyle, William R. Studies on the cold storage of avocados. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida,
1932. 51 p. (M.S. Thesis in Horticulture)
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2 Savage, Zach. A study of one hundred thirty-eight windmills in Florida. Gainesville, FL:
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ANIMAL SCIENCE, 1820-1899

SLong, Ellen C. Silk farming. Philadelphia, PA: Press of J. Glover, 1884. 47 p., illus.
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SAnon. Florida ostrich farm, Tacksonville, Fla. St. Augustine, FL: The Record Co., 190? 32 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F636.6 F636f

SSouthern States Lumber Company. The Perdido country: the region embracing the highlands of
Escambia County, Florida, and Baldwin County. Alabama, adjacent to the Gulf coast.
Pensacola, FL: Southern States Lumber Company, 1903. 64 p., illus.
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Barnes-Crosby Co., 1903. Information on livestock, forage crops, and lumber.
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Florida East Coast Railway. Feed and hay crops for Florida live stock: a supplement to live stock
farming in Florida. St. Augustine, FL: Land and Industrial Department, Florida East Coast
Railway, 1915. 40 p.
Note: Refer to, Livestock Farming in Florida Along the Lines of the Florida East Coast
Railway.

Livestock farming in Florida along the lines of the Florida East Coast Railway. St.
2 Augustine, FL: Land and Industrial Department, Florida East Coast Railway, 1914. 60 p., illus.
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2. Florida State Live Stock Association. Florida, an ideal cattle state. Jacksonville, FL: Florida State
Live Stock Association, 1918. 39 p.
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2 Florida State Live Stock Sanitary Board. Law, rules and regulations governing the control and
eradication of contagious, infectious and communicable diseases of live stock in Florida.
Tallahassee, FL: Florida State Live Stock Sanitary Board, 1917. 36 p.
Note: Reprinted in 1921, 1924, 1930.

2 Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Live-stock, dairying and poultry-raising: corn and the
forage crops in Florida. Norfolk, VA: Seaboard Air Line Railway Company, 1915. 64 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F630 L784

3 Tracey, S. M. Forage crops for the cotton region. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1912.
48 p. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin 509)
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SFarley, F. W., and S. W. Greene. The cut-over pin lands of the south for beef cattle production.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1921. 51 p. (U.S. Department of Agriculture
Department Bulletin 827)
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2. Florida Department of Agriculture. Dairying in Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1922. 224 p., illus.

Tracey, S. M. Forage for the cotton belt. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1920. 63 p.,
illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin 1125)
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2. Tubbs, W. G. Cattle in Florida. Melbourne, FL: Melbourne Times, 192? 56 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F636 T884

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SColl, M. W. Sheep-killing in Florida. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1933. 29 p.
(U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin 1268)
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SFlorida Department of Agriculture. List of Florida dairymen and addresses. Tallahassee, FL:
Florida Department of Agriculture, 1930. 31 p.

SScott, John M. Directory of dairymen of Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1935. 34 p.

ANIMAL SCIENCE, 1940-1945

Dacy, George H. Four centuries of Florida ranching. St. Louis, MO: Britt Printing Co., 1940. 310 p.,
illus.
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2 U.S. Congress. Eradicating cattle tick Seminole Indian Reservation, Florida. Washington, DC:
Government Printing Office, 1941. 116 p. (77th Congress, 1st sess, Senate doc ?)
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ANIMAL SCIENCE, Pamphlets

Anon. Laws; federal state, and territorial control of contagious disease on domestic cattle in
Florida. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1904. 14 p. (U.S. Department of
Agriculture Bureau of Animal Industry Bulletin 54)
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3 Dairy and Ice Cream Machinery Supplies Association. Florida dairy products manufacturers.
Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1929. 8 p.

STracey, S. M. Some important grasses and forage plants for the Gulf Coast region. Washington, DC:
Government Printing Office, 1907. 15 p., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmers
Bulletin 300)
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SArnold, P. T. Dix. Microscopic observations of smears from the genitalia of cows in relation to the
oestrus cycle. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1937. 15 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Animal
Science)
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. Camp, Paul D. Methods of managing range cattle in Alachua County, Florida. Gainesville, FL:
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SClark, George L. The use of blackstrap molasses in a ration for the growing and fattening of pigs.
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SCrown, R. M. The utilization of dried grapefruit meal as a feed for growing swine. Gainesville, FL:
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Dawson, Charles R. A comparison of soy bean silage and alfalfa hay for milk production.
Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1931. 35 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Animal Science)
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Futch, Merrill C. The vitamin A assay of one type of dried citrus pulp. Gainesville, FL: University
of Florida, 1938. 44 p. (M.S. Thesis in Animal Science)
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3 Platt, William J. A study of the breeding management, feeding and marketing of swine in Sumter
County Florida. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1938. 63 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in
Animal Science)
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Roesel, Matilda A. The role of livestock in the farm live-at-home program. Gainesville, FL:
University of Florida, 1935. 55 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Animal Science)
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SSkipper, Howard E. The vitamin A content of milk as affected by varying amounts of shark liver
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Animal Science)
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FOOD and NUTRITION, 1900-1909

SDoane, C. F. Milk supply statistics of cities in the milk supply of twenty-give southern cities.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1905. n. p. (U.S. Department of Agriculture
Bureau of Animal Industry Bulletin 70)
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First Presbyterian Church (Miami, FL) Aid Society. The Florida tropical cook book. Miami, FL:
First Presbyterian Church (Miami, FL), 1912. 224 p.
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Florida Citrus Exchange. The health fruits of Florida. Jacksonville, FL: Florida Citrus Exchange,
1916. 31 p., illus.
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Florida Citrus Commission. Citrus fruits and health: clinical and scientific data from the
literature of nutrition as related to citrus fruits, compiled for the use of the medical and dental
professions. Lakeland, FL: Florida Citrus Commission, 1939. 73 p., illus.
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, Kellogg, John H. The priceless dietetic value of Florida's tropical fruits. Tallahassee, FL: Florida
Department of Agriculture, 1935. 30 p.


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SU.S. Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Plant Industry. A physiological study f carotenoid
pigments and other constituents in the juice of Florida oranges. Washington, DC: Government
Printing Office, 1941. 32 p., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Technical Bulletin 780)
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& A1.36: 780 (MSL)

FOOD and NUTRITION, Pamphlets

3 Florida Citrus Commission. How to freshen your menus with Florida citrus fruits. Lakeland, FL:
Florida Citrus Commission, 1939. 21 p., illus.

SFlorida Department of Agriculture. Inspection Bureau. Ice cream law. Tallahassee, FL: Florida
Department of Agriculture, 1929. 3 p.

3 Florida Milk Control Board. Report of the milk control board. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Milk
Control Board, 1935. 19 p.

3 Risher, F. W. Eat more eggs they are one of Florida's health foods. Tallahassee, FL: Florida
Department of Agriculture, n. d. 8 p.

2 U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agricultural Adjustment Administration. Southern Division.
Feeding farm folks through the farm's own program ..... for use in the states of Alabama,
Arkansas Florida. Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi. Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Texas.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1939. 8 p., illus.

3 Wilson, H. L. Making American cheese on the farm. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1941. 14 p.
Note: Reprint of USDA Farmers Bulletin 1134.

FORESTRY and NATURAL RESOURCES, 1820-1899

Drake, S. A. Florida, its history, condition and resources. Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Co., 1878.
n.p.

SMillar, C. C. Hoyer. Florida. South Carolina and Canadian phosphates; giving a complete account
of their occurrence, methods and cost of production, quantities raised and commercial
importance. London: Eden, Fisher and Co., 1892. 223 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F553.64 M645f

2 Mohr, Charles T. The timber pines of the southern United States. Washington, DC: Government
Printing Office, 1896. 160 p., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Bulletin 13)
UF Libraries Spec Coll/Florida History & MSL Federal Documents; F585 M699t (Spec Coll)
& A1.3:13 (MSL)

. Robinson, Benjamin. An historical sketch of Pensacola, Florida. Pensacola, FL: Advance-Gazette
Book and Job Office, 1882. 96 p.
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S U.S. Congress. Report.....to authorize the drainage of the Ever Glades in the state of Florida.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1848. 141 p. (30th Congress, 1st sess, Senate rep










cor 242)
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SWescott, J. D. Everglades of the peninsula of Florida. Washington, DC: Government Printing
Office, 1848. 141 p. (Senate Report No. 242, 30th Cong, 1st Sess)
Note: Report on the drainage, surveying, and cultivation of everglades lands.

Wright, Carroll D. The phosphate industry of Florida. Washington, DC: Government Printing
Office, 1893. 69 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F553.64 W948p

SWyatt, Francis. The phosphates of America: where and how they occur how they are mined; and
what they cost. New York, NY: Scientific Publishing Co., 1894. Ch. 5, pp. 63-83, 179-181
Note: There are several editions. Chapter 5 covers the phosphates of Florida.
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Florida East Coast Drainage and Sugar Company. The Everglades of Florida: prospectus of the
Florida East Coast Drainage and Sugar Company. St. Augustine, FL: Florida East Coast
Drainage and Sugar Company, 1902. 33 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F551.4 F6362e

Gifford, John C. Florida trees. Coconut Grove, FL: Florida Federation of Women's Clubs, 1909. 24 p.
Note: May also be titled, List of trees of the state of Florida.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F582 G458

Southern Florida. Washington, DC: Judd and Detweiler, 1904. n. p.
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S Smith, Samuel R. The reclamation of the Florida Everglades. Miami, FL: Miami Printing Co., 1909.
44 p., pl., illus.
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Wright, James O. Extract from a report on the drainage of the Everglades of Florida. Tallahassee,
FL: Capital Pub. Co., 1909. 24 p., illus.
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Anon. A history of drainage and reclamation work in the Everglades of Florida. Washington, DC:
Government Printing Office, 1911. Senate Doc. No. 89, 62nd Congress, 1st Sess.
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2 Florida Department of Agriculture. List of state, school and internal improvement lands, in the
state of Florida for sale for cash. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1913. 43
p., illus.

j Florida Everglades Engineering Commission. Florida Everglades. Washington, DC: Government
Printing Office, 1914. 148 p., illus.
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SGifford, John C. The Everglades and other says relating to southern Florida. Kansas City, MO:
Everlade Land Sales Co., 1911. 134 p., illus.
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G458e (Lib W)

Isham, Randolph. Florida everglades. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1914. 148 p.,
pl., illus., folding map (Florida Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District
Report)
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2 Matson, George C. The phosphate deposits of Florida. Washington, DC: Government Printing
Office, 1915. 101 p. (U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 604)
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Coll) & 119.3: 604 (MSL Fed Docs)

4 Matson, George C., Samuel Sanford, and Thomas W. Vaughan. Geology and ground waters of
Florida. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1913. 445 p., pl., illus.
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) Mattoon, G. C. The southern cypress. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1915. 74 p.,
illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Department Bulletin 272)
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Mattoon, Wilbur R. The southern cypress. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1915. 75
p., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Bulletin 272)
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S Maxwell, Hu. Wood-using industries of Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1912. 65 p., illus.

S Mead, Daniel W. Report on the drainage of the Everglades of Florida: with special reference to
the lands of Everglades Land Sales Company, Everglades Land Company, Everglades Sugar
and Land Compnay in the vicinity of Miami, Florida. New York, NY: Daniel W. Mead?, 1912.
39 p.
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Stevenson, Nellie I. Plants, shrubs and trees of northern Florida. Fayette, IA: The author, 1915. 44
p.

U.S. Congress. Everglades of Florida: acts, reports and other papers state and national relating to
the Everglades and their reclamation. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1911. 208
p., pl., illus. (62nd Congress, 1st sess., Document 89)

2, Zon, Raphael, and John H. Briscoe. Eucalyptus in Florida. Washington, DC: Government Printing
Office, 1911. 47 p., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service Bulletin 87)
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Baker, Harry L. Forest fires in Florida. Jacksonville, FL: Florida Forestry Association, 1926. 36 p.










3 Bunker, Page S. Forestry in the south. Washington, DC: American Tree Association, 1928. 40 p.
UF Libraries MSL Books ; 99.123 .B942f

Conference on Florida Everglades Reclamation. Conference on Florida Everglades Reclamation.
Baltimore, MD: Conference on Florida Everglades Reclamation, 1927. 107 p.
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Elliot, F. C. Draining the Everglades. Jacksonville, FL: Farmer and Stockman Press, 1924. 14 p.,
illus.
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Florida Everglades Engineering Board of Review. Report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Board of
Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District, 1927. 86 p.
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S Marston, Anson, Samuel H. McCrory, and George B. Hills. Report of Everglades engineering board
of review to board of commissioners of Everglades drainage district. Tallahassee, FL: T. J.
Appleyard, 1927. 105 p., illus. (Florida Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage
District Report)
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2 Mattoon, Wilbur R. Common forest trees of Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park
Service, 1925. 98 p., illus.
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Small, John K. From eden to sahara: Florida's tragedy. Lancaster, PA: Science Press Printing Co.,
1929. 123 p., 22 pl.
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. Smith, H. A. Lessons in forest protection. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service, 1929.
24 p., 1 illus. (Florida Forest and Park Service Bulletin 1)
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Lessons in forest protection. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service, 1929. 40 p.

2 Stevenson, Nellie I. A pocket guide to fifty of the plants and trees of the triple cities: giving exact
location of specimens in Daayton Daytona Beach and Seabreeze. Daytona, FL: Mills Printing
Concern, 1925. 27 p.
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S -- A pocket guide to seventy-five of the plant shrubs and trees which are conspicuously
planted in northern Florida. Fayette, IA: The author, 1925. 44 p.
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2 A pocket guide to thirty tropical trees cultivated in southern Florida. Fayette, IA:
Hathaway & Cole, 1928. 44 p.
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U.S. Congress. Caloosahatchee River and Lake Okeechobee drainage areas. Washington, DC:
Government Printing Office, 1928. 70 p., illus. (70th Congress, 1st sess, House doc 215; 70th
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SBaker, Harry L. Florida paper making and trade. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forestry Service, 1930.
n. p.

2 Baker, Harry L., and William L. Wilson. Possibilities of pulp and paper making in Florida.
Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service, 1930. 36 p., 13 illus. (Florida Forest and Park
Service Bulletin 3)
Note: Reprinted in 1932.
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2 Bennett, Russell W. et al. Florida commercial forestry conference. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest
and Park Service, 1931. 24 p. (Florida Forest and Park Service Bulletin 5)
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Campbell, Archer S. Studies in forestry resources in Florida. Gainesville, FL: University of
Florida, 1932-34. 3 v., illus.
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C187s (MSL)

Copeland, D. Graham. Policy: a report to the board of commissioners of the Everglades drainage
district. Fort Myers, FL: Fort Myers Press, 1930. 92 p. (Florida Board of Commissioners of
Everglades Drainage District Report)

2 Coulter, C. H. Planting forest trees in Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service,
1931. 24 p., illus. (Florida Forest and Park Service Bulletin 8)
Note: Reprinted in 1932, 1934.

Dally, George L. Suggested conservation programs. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park
Service, 1930. 40 p. (Florida Forest and Park Service Bulletin 4)

3 Florida Department of Agriculture. Scenic Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1939. 36 p., illus.
Note: Reprinted in 1941.
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S Florida Department of Public Instruction. Course in conservation of Florida's forest for Florida high
schools. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Public Instruction, 1937. 91 p., illus.
UF Libraries Spec Coll/Florida History & MSL Books; F582 F636c & MSL 634.907 F636c

3 Florida Forest and Park Service. Forest conservation laws state of Florida, 1935 legislature.
Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service, 1935. 26 p., illus.

_. Forestry, course in conservation of Florida's forests. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and
Park Service, 1937. 91 p.

2 Report of governor's committee on forest conservation. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and
Park Service, 1935. 50 p.
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2 Florida Governor's Committee on Forest Conservation. Report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Governor's
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2 Florida State Agricultural Land Use Planning Committee. Farm forestry program for Florida.
Tallahassee, FL: Florida State Agricultural Land Use Planning Committee, 1939. 31 p., illus.
UF Libraries MSL Books; 99.123 F233

3 Florida State Board of Conservation. The conservation law relating to general and special
conservation, shell fish, salt water fish, fresh water fish, game and geological laws.
Tallahassee, FL: Florida State Board of Conservation, 1933. 222 p.
Note: Reprinted in 1935, 1937.
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2 Gifford, John C. The reclamation of the Everglades with trees. Coral Gables, FL: University of
Miami, 1935. 92 p., 4 pl.
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(MSL)

The rehabilitation of the Floridan Keys. Coral Gables, FL: University of Miami, 1934. 79
p.
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2 Goulden, J. J. Florida's forest land problem with special reference to forest land income and taxes.
Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service, 1931. 32 p., illus. (Florida Forest and Park
Service Bulletin 6)

Ineson, Frank A., and I. F. Eldredge. Forest resources of northeastern Florida. Washington, DC: U.S.
Department of Agriculture, 1938. 40 p., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Miscellaneous
Publication 313)
UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents; A1.38: 313

S Kaplan, Moise N. Big game fisherman's paradise. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1936. 324 p., illus.
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(Lib W)

3 Neubrech, W. LeRoy. American southern cypress. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office,
1939. 30 p., illus. (U.S. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce Trade Promotion Series 194)
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F585 N478a

S Smith, H. A. Forestry for vocational agricultural schools. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park
Service, 1931. 32 p., 2 illus. (Florida Forest and Park Service Bulletin 2)
Note: Original 1929; reprinted in 1930, 1931, 1932.
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S. Forestry manual for Florida high schools. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park
Service, 1933. 37 p., illus. (Florida Forest and Park Service Bulletin 1 Revised)
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Southern Lumber Journal. Florida forestry: supplement of the Southern Lumber Journal.
Jacksonville, FL: Southern Lumber Journal, 1932. 44 p., illus.










Note: Published as a special issue of Southern Lumber Journal.
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Staley, Lewis E. Growing and marketing pulpwood. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park
Service, 1938. 26 p., 13 illus. (Florida Forest and Park Service Bulletin 12)
UF Libraries MSL Books; 634.9 F636b

3 Stanaland, Rosa. Forestry and timber laws of the state of Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest
and Park Service, 1934. 44 p. (Florida Forest and Park Service Bulletin 10)
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3 Forestry, park timber and conservation laws of the state of Florida. Compiled general laws
through 1937. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service, 1939. 88 p. (Florida Forest and
Park Service Bulletin 10 Revised)
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S Stringfield, V. T. Artesian waters in the Florida peninsula. Washington, DC: Government Printing
Office, 1936. 80 p., illus. (U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 773-C)
UF Libraries Spec Coll/Florida History & MSL Federal Documents; F551.49 S918a (Spec
Coll) & 119.13: 773C (MSL)

2. U.S. Department of Agriculture. Forest Service. Southern Region. Florida national forests.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1939. 46 p., illus.
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U58f (MSL)

U.S. Department of Agriculture. Forest Service. Southern Forest Experiment Station. Forest
resources of central and south Florida. New Orleans, LA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1938.
29 p., illus. (U.S.D.A. Forest Survey Release 38)
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Release 31, 1949); south Florida (SE Forest Exp Station, Asheville NC, Forest Survey Release
33, 1949).
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3 Forest resources of northwest Florida. New Orleans, LA: U.S. Department of Agriculture,
1938. 33 p., illus. (U.S.D.A. Forest Survey Release 33)
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3 Wakeley, Philip C. Artificial reforestation in the southern pine region. Washington, DC:
Government Printing Office, 1935. 115 p. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Technical Bulletin
492)
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2. Wyman, Lenthall, and C. H. Coulter. Florida naval stores. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and
Park Service, 1933. 58 p., 23 illus. (Florida Forest and Park Service Bulletin 9)
Note: Reprinted and revised in 1936.
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3 Abbey, Kathryn T. Florida, land of change. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press,
S 1941. 426 p., pl., illus.
Note: Second edition published in 1948 under the name: Kathryn T. A. Hanna.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F01 H243

Advisory Committee for Everglades Drainage District. Report by advisory committee on the
present drainage system in relation to water control requirements of Everglades drainage
district. Miami, FL: ?, 1944. 41 p., 1 pl., illus. (Florida Board of Commissioners of Everglades
Drainage District Report)
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Bitting, Clarence R. Report on the Everglades and contiguous areas. Clewiston, FL: Clarence R.
Bitting, 1943. 76 p., pl.
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1q Florida Forest and Park Service. Arbor day in Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park
Service, 1947. 32 p., 3 illus. (Florida Forest and Park Service Bulletin 4)
Note: See also, Suggested conservation programs (George L. Dally / FFPS Bulletin 4)
UF Libraries MSL Books ; 634.9 F636b

3. Florida farm forestry. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service, 1942. 33 p., 3 illus.
(Florida Forest and Park Service Bulletin 14)
UF Libraries MSL Books; 634.9 F636b

Florida forest fire fighters manual. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service, 1943.
39 p.

._ The program of forestry and state parks of the Florida Forest and Park Service.
Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service, 1943. 29 p., 6 illus. (Florida Forest and Park
Service Bulletin 15)
UF Libraries MSL Books; 634.9 F636b

Gifford, John C. Living by the land; conservation with special reference to proper use of the land.
Florida the southern United States and the Caribbean region: a discussion of the
conservational and farming methods best suited to their particular needs. Coral Gables, FL:
Glade House, 1945. 139 p., pl., illus.
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333.0973 G4581 (MSL)

SMansfield, George R. Phosphate resources of Florida. Washington, DC: Government Printing
Office, 1942. 82 p., illus. (U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 934)
UF Libraries Spec Coll/Florida History & MSL Federal Documents; F553.64 M287pr (Spec
Coll) & 119.3: 934 (MSL)

2. Roundy, P. V. Phosphate investigation in Florida 1934 and 1935. Washington, DC: Government
Printing Office, 1941. 77 p., illus. (U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 906 F.)
UF Libraries Spec Coll/Florida History & MSL Federal Documents; F553.64 U59p (Spec
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2 Snyder, Ethel. Florida trees: a practical hand book for the identification of Florida's trees and
palms. Fort Myers, FL: Geddes Printing House, 1940. 150 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F582 S675f

Sturrock, David. Shade and ornamental trees for south Florida and Cuba. Stuart, FL: Stuart Daily
News, 1946. 179 p., pl.
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United States Sugar Corporation. The Everglades, agro-industrial empire of the south. Clewiston,
FL: United States Sugar Corporation, 1944. 101 p., illus.
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U.S. Department of Agriculture. Forest Service. Southern Forest Experiment Station. Florida's
forest resources, 1934-36. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1948. 39 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F582 U582f

FORESTRY and NATURAL RESOURCES, Pamphlets

SBaker, Harry L. Growing pine timber for profit in the south. Washington, DC: Government Printing
Office, 1928. 14 p. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Miscellaneous Publication 23)
UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents; A1.38: 23

SCoulter, C. H. Cutting timber for increased profits. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park
Service, 1940. 20 p., 5 illus. (Florida Forest and Park Service Bulletin 13)
UF Libraries MSL Books ; 634.9 F636b

3 Cuno, John B. Use of wood by the fruit and vegetable industries of Florida. Washington, DC:
Government Printing Office, 1936. 18 p., 15 pl., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F582 C973u

2 Dorn, Mabel W. Tree crops for southern Florida. South Miami, FL: South Florida Publishing Co.,
1934. 21 p.

3 Florida Department of Agriculture. List of lads in Everglades for sale by the state of Florida.
Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1918. 4 p.

SFlorida Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Immigration. Florida: a picturization of resources.
Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1926. 15 p., illus.

SFlorida Forest and Park Service. Common trees of north and northwest Florida. Tallahassee, FL:
Florida Forest and Park Service, 1930. 18 p., illus.
Note: Reprinted in 1936.

2 Common trees of south Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service, 1930. 16
p., illus.

S Florida state parks invite you. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service, 1938. 16
p., illus.
Note: Reprinted in 1941.

S___. Forest fire control. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service, 1936. 4 p., illus.

3. The public and forest fires. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service, 1936. 12 p.










3 -. The work of the Florida forest service. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service,
1931. 4 p., illus.

SFlorida State Planning Board. Conserving land and water resources. Tallahassee, FL: Florida State
Planning Board, 1941. 12 p.

SFoley Lumber Company. The Foley lumber industries of Florida. Jacksonville, FL: Foley Lumber
Company, 1942. 18 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F02 T23 F663

Fulton, Chester A. Mining practice in the Florida pebble phosphate field. New York, NY:
American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, 1936. 19 p., illus. (AIMME Technical
Publication 662)
UF Libraries MSL Books; 622 F974m

SGulf Coast Lumber Exporters Association. The Gulf coast classification of pitch pine resawn lumber.
Pensacola, FL: H. S. White, 1896. 15 p.
Note: Revised in 1897, 1902, 1908, 1910.

Johnson, J. B. Outline of situation and conditions in Everglades drainage district and efforts and
responsibilities of its board of commissioners. Marianna, FL: Printing Department, Industrial
School for Boys, 1926. 8 p. (Florida Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District
Report)

SLloyd, Edward R. Agricultural possibilities of the Florida Everglades. Washington, DC:
Government Printing Office, 1930. 21 p., illus. (71st Cong., 2nd sess., Senate Doc. 85)
Note: Letter from the Secretary of War transmitting a report to the division engineer at New
Orleans.
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L793a (MSL)

SLumber and Timber Exchange (Pensacola). Classification of pitch pine re-sawn lumber sawn and
hewn timber, with pro forma charters and bills of lading. Pensacola, FL: H. S. White, 1887. 16
p.

SMendenhall, Herbert D. What the phosphate industry means to Florida engineers. Tallahassee,
FL: American Society of Civil Engineers, 1938. 14 p.
Note: Presented at the ASCE meeting held at Jacksonville, FL 20-23 April 1938.
Preservation Note: Mimeographed
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O'Meara, R. G., and J. W. Pamplin. Selective oiling and table concentration of phosphatic sands in
the land-pebble district of Florida. Washington, DC: U.S. Bureau of Mines, 1932. 7 p. (U.S.
Bureau of Mines Report of Investigations 3195)
UF Libraries MSL Books; 553.64 055s

Rose, R. E. The swamp and overflowed lands of Florida. The Disston drainage company and the
Disston purchase, a reminiscence. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1916. 23
p.

3 St. George, R. A., and J. A. Beal. The southern pine beetle: a serious enemy of pines in the south.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1929. 18 p., 17 illus. (U.S. Department of










Agriculture Farmers Bulletin 1586)
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SU.S. Congress. Forest experiment station. Hearing.....to establish and maintain a forest experiment
station in the state of Florida [and for the] purchase of lands in Florida for an experimental and
demonstration forest for the production of naval stores. Washington, DC: Government Printing
Office, 1924. 10 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F582 U58f

U.S. Congress, and National Parks Association. The proposed Everglades national park. Report of
a special committee of the National Parks Association appointed to study all the features in
connection with the proposed Everglades National Park in the state of Florida. Washington,
DC: Government Printing Office, 1932. 17 p. (72nd Congress, 1st sess, Senate doc 54)
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F551.4 N277p

SU.S. Congress, and Southern Commerical Congress. Swamp and overflowed lands in
Florida.....relative to the reclamation of the swamp and overflowed lands of the south.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1912. 8 p. (62nd Congress, 2nd sess, Senate doc
734)
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F551.4 S727s

SWaggaman, William H. A review of phosphate fields of Florida. Washington, DC: Government
Printing Office, 1911. 23 p. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Bureau of Soils Bulletin 76)
UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents; A57.3: 76

Webber, Herbert J. The water hyacinth, and its relation to navigation in Florida. Washington, DC:
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Botany, 1897. 20 p., illus. (U.S. Department of
Agriculture Bulletin 18)
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FORESTRY and NATURAL RESOURCES, Theses

Cobb, William F. A study of attitudes toward forest conservation in Duval County, Florida.
Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1941. 51 p. (M.A. Thesis in Psychology.)
Preservation Note: Typescript.
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MISCELLANEOUS

2 Gray, Lewis C. History of agriculture in the southern United States to 1860. Washington, DC:
Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1933. 2 vol. (Carnegie Institution of Washington
Publication No. 430)
Note: Numerous references to Florida agricultural history.
UF Libraries MSL Books; 30.7.G779h

MISCELLANEOUS, Pamphlets

SFlorida Department of Agriculture. Chemical Division. A condensed history of the Chemical
Division of the Department of Agriculture of Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1925. 10 p.
Note: Extracts from the State Chemist's reports, 1889-1924.










RURAL LIFE, 1820-1899

S Anon. A home among the range groves in Crescent Cty, Florida. Jacksonville, FL: Tri-Weekly Sun,
1876. 32 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F02 P98c

Beecher, Henry W. (Mrs.). Letters from Florida. New York, NY: D. Appleton and Co., 1879. 85 p.
UF Libraries Library West; 917.59 B4141

S Brooks, Abbie M. (Silva Sunshine, pseud.). Petals plucked from sunny climes. Nashville, TN:
Southern Methodist Publishing House, 1880. 479 p., illus.
Note: Second edition: 1883 or 1886, Nashville: same publisher, 495 p.
UF Libraries Spec Coll/Florida History & Library West; F092 B873p (Spec Coll/lst ed);
917.59 B8731p2 (Lib W/2nd ed)

2 Bush, George G. History of education in Florida. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office,
1888. 54 p., 4 pl. (Contribution to American Educational History 6)
UF Libraries Education Library; 370.9 .B978h

j Canova, Andrew P., and L. Sanders Perkins. Life and adventures in south Florida. Palatka, FL:
Southern Sun Publishing House, 1885. 136 p., pl.
Note: Reprinted in 1906 by Tampa Tribune Printing Co. (Tampa, FL).
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F06 C227

. Cory, Charles B. Hunting and fishing in Florida. Boston, MA: Estes and Lauriat, 1896. 304 p., illus.
Note: Reprinted in 1970 by New York: Arno (American environmental studies v. 9).
UF Libraries Library West; 799 C833h2

2 Southern rambles: Florida. Boston, MA: A. Williams and Co., 1881. 149 p.

Deland, Mrs Margaret W. (Campbell). Florida days. Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Co., 1889. 200
p., illus.
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Hallock, Charles. Camplife in Florida: a handbook for sportsmen and settlers. New York, NY:
Forest and Stream Publishing, 1878. 348 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F093 H192c

Hardy, Iza D. Oranges and alligators sketches of south Florida life. London: Ward and Downey,
1886. 340 p.
Note: Also includes information on citrus and fruit culture, as well as other agricultural subjects.

S Holmes, Francis S. The southern farmer and market gardener. Charleston, SC: Burges and James,
1842. 252 p., illus.
UF Libraries MSL Books; S503 .H6

Jenks, John W. P. Hunting in Florida, in 1874. n. p.: J. W. P. Jenks, 1884. 70 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F092 J53h

Kenworthy, Charles J. Climatology of Florida. Savannah, GA: Savannah Morning News/Steam
Printing House, 1880. 70 p.
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Association Transactions.
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S Lente, Frederick D. The constituents of climate with special reference to the climate of Florida.
Louisville, KY: Richmond and Louisville Medical Journal Book and Steam Job Printer, 1878. 56
p.
Note: Covers climate from a health perspective.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F551.5 L574c

S. Florida as a health resort. New York, NY: Appleton, 1876. 34 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F613.1 L574h

2. MacDonald, J. A. Plain talk about Florida for homes and investments. Eustis, FL: J. A. MacDonald,
1883. 50 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F091 M135p

Munroe, C. Kirk. The Florida annual impartial and unsectional. New York, NY: Vaux and Co.,
1886. 190 p.
Note: Covers lands, schools, traveling, hunting, fishing, silk farming, natural features of areas,
and includes many statistical tables.

Munroe, Kirk. Big cypress, the story of an everglade homestead. Boston, MA: W. A. Wilde & Co.,
1894. 164 p., pl.
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Norton, Charles L. Handbook of Florida. New York, NY: Longmans, Green and Co., 1890. 240 p.,
illus., folding maps
Note: Several editions were published: 1890 (Part 1); 1891 (NY: Longmans, Green & Co., 380 p.);
1894 (3rd ed, NY: Longmans, Green & Co., 392 p).
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Reid, Whitelaw. After the war: a southern tour. New York, NY: Moore, Wilstacht, Baldwin, 1866.
589 p., illus.
Note: Reprinted in 1965 (New York: Harper & Row) with the title: After the War: Tour of the
Southern States, 1865-66.
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917.5044 R359a 1965

0 P Robinson, Leora B. Living in Florida. Louisville, KY: B. F. Avery and Sons, 1884. 95 p.

S. Living in Florida. Louisville, KY: B. F. Avery & Sons, 1884. 95 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F02 071r

2 Rockwood, Caroline W. In Biscayne Bay. New York, NY: New Amsterdam Book Co., 1891. 286 p.,
illus.
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Warner, Helen G. Home life in Florida. Louisville, KY: J. P. Morton & Co., 1889. 433 p.
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RURAL LIFE, 1900-1909

Florida Department of Agriculture. Florida. A pamphlet descriptive of its history topography,
climate, soil resoruces and natural advantages, in general and by counties. Tallahassee, FL:
Florida Department of Agriculture, 1904. 591 p., illus.
Note: First published in 1882.
UF Libraries Spec Coll/Florida History & Library West; F091 F636f 1882 (Spec Coll), F354
A5f 1904 (Spec Coll), 917.59 F636f 1904 (Lib W)

2 Hamilton, John. History of Farmers' Institutes in the United States. Washington, DC: Government
Printing Office, 1906. 96 p. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Office of Experiment Stations
Bulletin 174)
Note: Includes Florida programs.
UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents; A10.3: 174

Peeples, Harry A. Twenty-four years in the woods on the waters and in the cities of Florida.
Tampa, FL: Tribune Printing Co., 1906. 174 p., illus.
FSU Libraries Strozier Special Collections/Florida; 917.59 P374t

Whitmore, Frederic. A Florida farm. Springfield, MA: Ridgewood Press, 1903. 115 p., pl.
UF Libraries Spec Coll/Florida History & MSL Books; F630 W616f (Spec Coll) & 630.9759
W616f (MSL)

RURAL LIFE, 1910-1919

2, Cammack, Lucius H. What about Florida? Chicago, IL: Laird & Lee, 1916. 175 p.
Note: Includes a section on Florida agriculture.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F093 C184w

3 Chandler, Julian A. C. et al. The south in the building of the nation a history of the southern states
designed to record the south's part in the making of the American nation; to portray the
character and genius to chronicle the achievements and progress and to illustrate the life and
traditions of the southern people... Richmond, VA: Southern Historical Publication Society,
1909-1913. 13 v., plates
UF Libraries Library West; 975 S726

Cowen, Elfrida D. Moses Elias Levy's agricultural colony in Florida. n.p.: n.p., 1917. n.p. (American
Jewish Historical Society Publication 25)
UF Libraries Judaica Collection ; E184 .J5 A5

4 Davis, William W. The civil war and reconstruction in Florida. New York, NY: Columbia
University, 1913. 747 p. (Columbia studies in the social sciences 131)
Note: This was also a Columbia University PhD dissertation. Reprinted in -1964 (Gainesville,
FL: University of Florida Press).
UF Libraries Spec Coil/Florida History & Library West; F07 D265c (Spec Coll) & 308 C726
no 131 (Lib W)

2 Florida Farms and Homes Company. Florida the farmer's, sportsmen's and tourist's paradise.
Orange Springs, FL: Florida Farms and Homes Company, 1916. 67 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F02 M34 F6365f

2 Weatherford, Willis D. Negro life in the south: present condition and needs. New York, NY:
Associate Press, 1910. 181 p.


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UF Libraries Library West; 325.26 W362n

RURAL LIFE, 1920-1929

Bell, Emily L. My pioneer days in Florida 1876-1898. Miami, FL: McMurray Printing Co., 1928. 55
p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F092 B433m

Florida Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Immigration. Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida
Department of Agriculture, 1929. 64 p., illus.
Note: Reprinted in 1930, 1931, 1932.

2.. Florida facts. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1928. 28 p., illus.

2 _. Some interesting facts about Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture,
1927. 16 p.

Jones, George N. Florida plantation records from the papers of George Noble Tones. St. Louis, MO:
Missouri Historical Society, 1927. 596 p., pl., 1 foldout map
Preservation Note: Reprinted in 1971, New York: Burt Franklin (American classics in history
and social science 197).
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135.29 J77f (MSL); 973.5 77f (Lib W)

Phillips, Ulrich B. Life and labor in the old south. Boston, MA: Little, Brown & Co., 1929. 375 p.,
illus., 1 foldout map
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UF Libraries MSL Books; 309.75 P5631

Ranson, Robert. A memoir of Captain Mills Olcott Burnham, a Florida pioneer. Tallahassee, FL: T.
J. Appleyard, 1926. 43 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F04 R212

2 Tink, Edmund L. Rural schools of Florida. New York, NY: Columbia University Press, 1929. n. p.

S True, Alfred C. A history of agricultural education in the United States 1785-1925. Washington,
DC: Government Printing Office, 1929. 436 p., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture
Miscellaneous Publications 36)
UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents & Books; A1.38: 36 & 630.7 T866h

2 Vanderblue, Homer B. The Florida land boom. Chicago, IL: Northwestern University, 1927. 37 p.,
illus.
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RURAL LIFE, 1930-1939

,. Crow, Charles L. The Florida Agricultural College. n.p.: n.p., 1932. 37 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F378 FE C953f

S. Florida Agricultural Institute in Osceola. n.p.: n.p., 193? n.p.
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SFlorida Department of Agriculture. Florida: a land of homes. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department
of Agriculture, 1934. 125 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F354 A51

3 Florida sports recreation and points of interest. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1939. 66 p., illus.
Note: Reprinted in 1941.
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3 Know Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1935. 30 p., illus.
Note: Reprinted in 1936, 1938, 1941.

3 Florida Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Immigration. Florida, the march of progress.
Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1931. 64 p., illus.
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3 Florida State Committee on National Soldiers Home. Florida: health, climate, transportation,
recreation and utilities. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1930. 76 p., illus.
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3 Garris, Edward W. Special methods in teaching vocational agriculture. Gainesville, FL: The
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S Little, R. H. Pioneering in the Everglades 1910-1938. narratives and memoirs. n. p.: n. p., 1938. n. p.
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.. O'Neal, William R. Memoirs of a pioneer. Orlando, FL: Orlando Sentinel-Star/Florida Press, 1932.
232 p.
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Robinson, Solon, and Herbert A. Kellar. Solon Robinson, pioneer and agriculturist; selected
writings. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1936. 2 v., illus.
Note: Reprinted by New York, NY: Da Capo Press, 1968. Travels and experiences in Gulf region
and Florida.
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3 Rodriguez, Edward R., C. Lowell Turner, and Thomas T. Valentine. Directory of opportunities for
Negro youth in Florida, a summary of community resources, organizations, and services for
youth. Jacksonville, FL: U. S. National Youth Administration. Florida, 1936. 138 p.
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U.S. Works Progress Administration. The WPA guide to Florida. Washington, DC: Government
Printing Office, 1939. 600 p., pi., illus.
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Weigall, Theyre H. Boom in paradise. New York, NY: A. H. King, 1932. 255 p., pl.
Note: Description, economic conditions, and real property of Florida.
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Willson, Mrs Minnie [Moore-Willson, Minnie]. History of Osceola County Florida frontier life.
Orlando, FL: Inland Press, 1935. 59 p., pl.
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RURAL LIFE, 1940-1945

SAlsop, Ella G. History of the Florida federation of garden clubs. Jacksonville, FL: Cooper Press,
1943. 104 p., pl.
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S Appleyard, Lula D. K. Plantation life in middle Florida 1821-1845. Tallahassee, FL: Florida
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2 Barrow, Bennet H., and Edwin A. Davis. Plantation life in the Florida parishes of Louisiana, 1836-
1846. New York, NY: Columbia University Press, 1943. 473 p., illus.
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2 Federal Writers Project of Florida. The negro in Florida. 1528-1940. Tallahassee?, FL: n.p., 194?
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3 Florida Department of Education. Homemaking education for adults and out-of-school youth.
Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, 1943. 88 p., illus. (Florida Department of
Education Bulletin 43)
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2 Florida East Coast Railway. The story of a pioneer: a brief history of the Florida East Coast
Railway and its part in the remarkable development of the Florida east coast. St. Augustine,
FL: Florida East Coast Railway, 1945? 39 p., illus.
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2. Holley, William C. et al. The plantation south, 1934-1937. Washington, DC: Government Printing
Office, 1940. 124 p., illus. (U.S. Works Project Administration Research Monograph 22.)
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3 Mosier, Charles I. Evaluating rural housing. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida. College of
Education, 1942. 88 p., illus.
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S U.S. Railroad Administration. Agriculture Section. Florida the land of perpetual farming.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, n. d. 40 p., illus.

Z Wilkerson, Doxey A. Agricultural extension services among negroes in the south. n.p.: Conference of
presidents of negro land grant colleges, 1942. 59 p., 2 p.
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[ Florida Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Immigration. Florida of today. Tallahassee, FL:
Florida Department of Agriculture, 1927. 16 p., illus.

3 Florida East Coast Railway. Homes on the east coast of Florida. St. Augustine, FL: Florida East
Coast Railway, 1902. 20 p., illus.

3 Jordan, M. B. Vocational agriculture in the P. K. Yonge laboratory school and its values.
Gainesville, FL: University of Florida. College of Education. Bureau of Educational Research,
1939. 9 p. (UF Bureau of Educational Research Bulletin 13)
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3 Lente, Frederick D. Climatology of Florida. Springfield, OH: Hastings Paper Co., 1882. 16 p.
Note: Covers climate from a health perspective.

2 U.S. Farm Security Administration. Florida migratory labor camp program. Washington, DC:
Government Printing Office, 1941. 4 p., illus.

SZemliakoff, Alexander. Information for those interested in agriculture. St. Augustine, FL: n.p.,
1927. 13 p., illus.
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RURAL LIFE, Theses

L4 Barnes, Charles O. A study of rural school supervision in Florida. Gainesville, FL: University of
Florida, 1931. 81 p. (M.A. Thesis in Education)
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3 Blanchard, Albert C. Some aspects of mortality in Florida 1921-1930. Gainesville, FL: University
of Florida, 1933. 130 p. (M.A. Thesis in Economics)
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SButts, John L. A program for agricultural education in Dade County. Gainesville, FL: University of
Florida, 1932. 125 p. (M.A. Thesis in Education)
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' Garris, Edward W. The organd ization and administration of a state program in agricultural
education. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1926. 85 p. (Ph.D. Dissertation in
Education.)
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1926.
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Geiger, Albert J. A study of the farm shop instruction in the vocational agricultural schools of
Florida. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1932. 106 p., illus. (M.A. Thesis in Education)
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SHaimowitz, Morris L. Population trends in Florida. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1942.
326 p. (M.A. Thesis in Sociology)
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3 King, Emanuel L. A plan to improve the organization and teaching methods of vocational evening
classes in agriculture for negro farmers in Florida. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University,
1935. (M.A. Thesis)

2 Laney, Harrison J. Slavia: a culture pocket in Florida. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1937.
101 p. (M.A. Thesis in Sociology)
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Loften, William T. Part-time class in vocational agriculture for farm boys in Alachua high school
community. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1938. 59 p. (M.A. Thesis in Education)
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2 Miller, Edward L. Negro life in Gainesville, a sociological study. Gainesville, FL: University of
Florida, 1938. 186 p., illus. (M.A. Thesis in Sociology)
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3 Moon, Clyde L. The development of higher education for Negroes in the state of Florida.
Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1941. n. p. (M.A. Thesis in Education)
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~ Roche, Marion C. Present status of future farmers from Florida who have been awarded the
American farmer degree. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1941. 74 p., illus. (M.A. Thesis
in Education)
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S Smith, Joseph G. A study f supervised programs conducted by students of vocational agriculture in
Plant City high school agricultural department from 1922-1940. Gainesville, FL: University of
Florida, 1941. n. p. (M.A. Thesis in Education)
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Timmons, Doyal E. What the farm furnishes the home. ackson County Florida. Gainesville, FL:
University of Florida, 1927. 81 p., illus. (M.S. Thesis in Agricultural Economics)
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2 Winter, Thurston P. A teaching program for farmer training in the Moore Haven section.
Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 1929. 78 p. (M.A. Thesis in Education)
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3 Wood, Harry E. A study of supervised practice work in vocational agriculture in Florida.
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SOILS, CROPS and ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE, 1820-1899

Adams, Sherman. Homeland, a description of the climate, productions, resources, topography, and
soil opportunities of Polk County. Bartow, FL: Tigner, Tatum and Co., 1885. 80 p.

S. Orangeland, a description of the topography, climate, soil productions and resources of
Orange County Florida. Orlando, FL: Mahlon Gore, 1883. 100 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F02 063 A

2 Alden, George J. Florida: information for those who desire to know the state, its climate and
resources. New Smyrna, FL: Florida Union Printers, 1875. 52 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F091 A358f

Z Anon. Brief description of Brevard County Fla., or the Indian River country; its climate health.
products etc. Titusville, FL: Florida Star, 1889. 71 p., illus.
Note: Second edition.
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OQ ___ A brief description of Brevard County, Florida, or the Indian River country, its climate
health and products. Titusville, FL: Florida Star Office, 1889. 71 p.
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UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F02 B84 1889

Florida: the land of sunshine, orange and health. Chicago, IL: Belmore Florida Land Co.,
1885. 32 p.

S_ Letters from Tallahassee. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Steam Book and Job Printing House,
1885. n. p.
Note: Covers general farming, fruits, vegetables and livestock raising in the area.

Ashby, John W. Alachua, the garden county of Florida its resources and advantages. New York,
NY: Alachua County Immigration Association, 1888. 56 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F02 A31 A823a

Z. Ashmead, William H. Orange insects; a treatise on the injurious and beneficial insects found on the
orange trees of Florida. Jacksonville, FL: Ashmead Brothers, 1880. 93 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F634 A827o

Barbour, George M. Florida for tourists invalids and settlers containing practical information
regarding climate, towns and people. The culture of orange and other tropical fruits, farming
and gardening scenery and resorts, sport, routes of travel, etc. New York, NY: D. Appleton and
Co., 1882. 310 p., illus, 1 foldout map
UF Libraries Library West; 917.59 B2395f

Bill, Ledyard. A winter in Florida, or observations on the soil, climate and products of our semi-
tropical state. New York, NY: Wood and Holbrook, 1869. 222 p.
UF Libraries Library West; 917.59 B596w4 (4th ed/1870)

Carse, George B., and J. H. Foss. Florida: its climate, soil productions and agriculture capabilities.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1882. 98 p. (U.S. Department of Agriculture
Report 21)










UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents & Spec Coil/Florida History; A? (MSL) & F091 U58f
(Spec Coll)

Chazotte, Peter S. Facts and observations on the culture of vines, olives cars almonds, etc. in the
southern states, and of coffee cocoa, and cochineal in east Florida. Philadelphia, PA: J.
Maxwell, 1821. 24 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F634 C513f

2 Chipley, William D. Facts about Florida. New York, NY: Economical Printing, 1885. 52 p., illus.
Note: Other publisher information: Louisville, KY: Courier-Journal Job Print. Co., 1885, 84 p.,
illus. It includes information on climate, soils and agriculture.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F091 C541f

2 __ Pensacola the Naples of America and its environs. Louisville, KY: Courier Journal Press,
1877. 30 p., illus.
Note: Other title, Pensacola (the Naples of America) and its surroundings illustrated.
UF Libraries Library West; 917.5999 C541p

2 Clark, J. O. D. Ocala. Florida. New York, NY: Republic Press, 1891. 149 p.
Note: Covers, climate, soils, mineral, orange culture, etc.

S Cleland, John C. The superior advantages to be derived from the culture of sugar-cane in East-
Florida. Charleston, SC: S. S. Miller, 1836. 72 p., illus.
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UF Libraries Library West; 810.8 A5122 (American Culture Series, reel 616.14 )

Clifford, Paul A. An authentic report and history of St. Andrews Bay, Florida. Cleveland, OH: St.
Andrews Railroad Land and Mining Co., 1888. 76 p.
Note: Covers land, soil, climate, water, industries, etc.

Z. Columbia County Board of County Commissioners. Columbia County Florida: advantages and
attractions, climate, soil health and general features, products and industries; a descriptive
review of all. Lake City, FL: Columbia County Board of County Commissioners, 1889. 60 p.,
illus.
Note: Reprinted in 1959 (Gainesville, FL: Florida Historical Reprints).
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F02 C72 C726c

Columbia County Immigration Association. Columbia County, Florida: description of her climate
soil, health, and general advantages. Jacksonville, FL: Columbia County Immigration
Association, 1883. 39 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F02 C72c

2 Daily Sun. Alachua County its resources and advantages. Gainesville, a healthful progressive
city. Gainesville, FL: Daily Sun, 1898. 39 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F02 A31g

2. Davidson, James W. The Florida of to-day a guid for tourists and settlers. New York, NY: D.
Appleton and Co., 1889. 254 p.
Note: Covers geography, climate, geology, productions and pests.

Davis, George W. A treatise on the culture of the orange. Jacksonville, FL: Charles W. DaCosta,
1881. 60 p.
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S Dewey, L. F. and Company. Florida its climate soil, and productions. Jacksonville, FL: L. F.
Dewey and Company, 1868. 64 p., illus.
FSU Libraries Strozier Special Collections; 917.59 F6362

2. Dunne, Edmund F. The Sicily of America: the catholic colony of San Antonio, Florida. n. p.: n. p.,
1885. 48 p.
Note: Covers orange culture, lemon culture, other fruits and crops, the cattle industry, etc.

2 Duval County (Fla.) County Commissioners. Duval County Florida. Showing its statistics,
resources hands, products, climate and population. Jacksonville, FL: Times-Union Printing
House, 1885. 54 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F02 D98 C855d

Eagan, Dennis. The Florida settler or immigrant guide. A complete manual of information
concerning the climate, soil products and resources of the state. Tallahassee, FL: unk., 1873. 160
p.
Note: Also published as, Sixth annual report of the Commissioner of Land and Immigration of
the State of Florida, Tallahassee: C. H. Walton, 1874, 272 p. (UF copy is this report).
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F091 F636fs

2 Edwards, John L. Edwards guide to east Florida. Jacksonville, FL: Ashmead Brothers, 1881. 148 p.
Note: Covers climate, geography and descriptions of different sections of Florida.

Florida Commissioner of Lands and Immigration. Florida: its climate, soil. and productions.
Jacksonville, FL: L. F. Dewey, 1868. 64 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F091 .F636 (1868, 1869, 1870)

-- The Florida settler, or immigrants guide: a complete manual of information concerning the
climate, soil, products and resources of the state. Tallahassee, FL: The Floridian, 1873. 160 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F091 F636fs (1874 ed.)

2 Florida Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Immigration. Florida: a pamphlet descriptive of its
history, topography, climate soil, resources and natural advantages. Tallahassee, FL:
Floridian Book and Job Office, 1882. 192 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F091 F636f

-- Semi-tropical Florida; its climate, soil and productions. Chicago, IL: Rand McNally, 1879.
44 p., illus.
Note: Second edition 1880 (64 p).
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Florida Land Agency. Florida: its soil, climate, health, productions, resources and advantages.
Jacksonville, FL: Florida Land Agency, 1875. 104 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F091 F6367f

Florida Land and Improvement Company. Florida: its climate, soil and productions. New York,
NY: Florida Land and Improvement Company, 1881. 33 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F091 F6366f

, Fort George Island Company. A winter at Fort George, Florida. Boston, MA: W. G. Crawford, 1886.
30 p.
Note: Covers topography, orange culture, agriculture, etc.
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Gallesio, Georges. Orange culture: a treatise on the citrus family. Jacksonville, FL: Charles H.
Walton, 1876. 65 p.
Note: Translation of Traite du Citrus by S.D. Wilcox and C.A. Cowgill for the Florida
Agriculturist.
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2 Gardiner and Pratt. Starke and its neighborhood. An orange region in the most healthful portion of
Florida. New York, NY: South Publishing Co./Gardiner and Pratt, Real Estate Agents
(Starke), 1887. 62 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F02 B79 S795Yg

2 Garriott, E. B. Notes on frost. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1899. 24 p., illus. (U.S.
Department of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin 104)
Note: Includes work in Florida and the protection of citrus fruits. Revised in 1908/31 p.; 1910/
32 p.; 1911/35 p.
UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents; A1.9: 104

Griffing, Jane R. Letters from Florida, on scenery, climate social and material conditions and
practical advantages of the land of flowers. Lancaster, NH: Republican Press, 1883. 122 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F0921 G852

SHackley, Richard S. Documents in proof of the climate and soil of Florida, particularly east
Florida. New York, NY: W. L. Bradbury, 1835. 87 p.
Note: Covers areas surveyed for their value for agricultural purposes.

SHarcourt, Helen. Florida fruits and how to raise them. Jacksonville, FL: Ashmead Brothers, 1884.
189 p.
Note: Revised in 1886, Louisville, KY: John P. Morton, 347 p. (by Helen G. Warner).
UF Libraries Library West & MSL; In process (Lib W/1884) & 93.1125 W281f (MSL/1886)

S Hawks, John M. The Florida gazetteer, containing also a guide to and through the state ..... New
Orleans, LA: Bronze Pen Steam Book and Job Office, 1871. 214 p.
Note: Includes information on agricultural products.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F092 H392g

S Ireland, Alleyne. Tropical colonization: an introduction to the study of the subject. New York, NY:
Macmillan, 1899. 282 p., 10 foldout illus.
UF Libraries Library West; 325.3 I65t

Jacques, D. H. Florida as a permanent home: embracing a description of the climate soil and
productions of the state. Jacksonville, FL: C. W. Blew, 1877. 32 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F092 J36f

SKern, F. L. Florida: its educational status, together with some of its attractions and advantages,
climate, productions, industries, etc. Jacksonville, FL: Times-Union Job Office Printing, 1890. 32
p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F370 K39

Knapp, J. G. Only one Florida. Jacksonville, FL: W. T. Forbes and Co., 1886. 39 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F092 K67o

j Lanier, Sidney. Florida: its scenery climate, and history. Philadelphia, PA: J. B. Lippincott, 1875.
266 p., pl., illus.
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Floridiana Facsimile Series).
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Manville, A. H. Practical orange culture, including the culture of the orange lemon lime and other
citrus fruits, as grown in Florida. Jacksonville, FL: Ashmead, 1883. 122 p.
UF Libraries Spec Coll/Florida History & MSL Books; F634 M295p (Spec Coll) & SB370.07
M35x (MSL)

Mason, Z. H. A general description of Orange County Florida its soil, climate health
productions resources, and facilities of transportation. Orlando, FL: Orange County
Immigration Society, 1881. 56 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F02 063 M412g

Moore, Theophilus W. Treatise and hand book on orange culture in Florida. Jacksonville, FL: Sun
and Press, 1877. 73 p., illus.
Note: Second edition (1881) expanded to include Louisiana and California.
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Treatise and hand-book of orange culture in Florida Louisiana and California.
Jacksonville, FL: Ashmead, 1883. 188 p.
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J Neal, James C. The root-knot disease of the peach orange, and other plants in Florida, due to the
work of anguillula. Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Entomology, 1889.
31 p., 21 pl., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Bulletin 20)
UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents; A1.3: 20

Neck, S. Sanders. The present and future productions of Florida. Ocala, FL: Banner Steam Printing
House, 1888. 134 p., illus.
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^ Oemler, A. Truck-farming at the South. A guide to the raising of vegetables for northern markets.
New York, NY: Orange Judd Company, 1888. 265 p., illus.
UF Libraries MSL Books; 91.13 028t

S Olney, George W. A guide to Florida, "the land of flowers". New York, NY: Cushing Bardua and
Co., 1872. 84 p.
Note: Other editions include, 1873 (New York: Railroad and Real Estate Publishing Bureau, 87
p.); 1874 (New York: Catlin and Lydecker, 110 p.); 1875 (New York: Chas. Dawens, 114 p.);
1876 (New York: J. H. White, 120 p.). This title includes climatic and agricultural statistics.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F091 G946 (1873 edition)

2 Palatka Board of Trade. A home in Florida. A description of Palatka "the gem city" showing her
many advantages for profitable investments and enterprises. Also a description of Putnam
County, "home of the citrus family".....with an account of the great orange and peach industry.
Palatka, FL: Ed Rumley, 1887. 35 p., illus.
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2 Palma, Sola. The youngest and largest town in Florida. New York, NY: Brown and Green, 1884. 108










Note: Covers climate, geography, manufacturing, tropical fruits, vegetables, etc. of the Florida
west coast and Manatee County.

Perrine, Henry E. Tropical plants. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1838. 99 p. (House
Report No. 553; 25th Congress, 2nd Session)
Note: Report on use of land in south Florida for introducing and growing tropical agricultural
and horticultural plants. Eventually, an introduction station was established.

a Pio, Louis. The east coast of Florida: its climate, soil and products. n.p.: n.p., 1892. 48 p., illus.
FSU Libraries Special Collections; S507.F6 P56

2. Rambler (pseud.). Guide to Florida. New York, NY: American News Co., 1873. 144 p.
Note: Various editions: 1875 (NY: same pub, 146 p.); 1876 (NY: same pub, 88 p.)
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F0921 R167g

2, Rigby, T. C. Dr. Rigby's papers on Florida. Giving a general view of every portion of the state, its
climate, resources, statistics, society crops and trade. Cincinnati, OH: E. Hendenhall, 1876. 63
p.
Note: Includes information on agriculture, lumber, naval stores, and manufacturing.

2 Robinson, A. A. The resources and natural advantages of Florida, containing special papers
descriptive of the several counties with their resources and natural advantages. Tallahassee,
FL: Floridian Book and Job Office, 1882. 193 p.
Note: Contains information on climate, soil, productions, livestock, fish, fertilizers and
manufactures.

S Rolfs, Peter H. Vegetable growing in the south for northern markets. Richmond, VA: Southern
Planter Pub. Co., 1896. 266 p., illus.
UF Libraries MSL Books; 91.13 R747v

S Saunders, William. Observations on the soils and products of Florida. Washington, DC:
Government Printing Office, 1883. 30 p. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Special Report 62)
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F631 S257o

S Shackleford, Thomas M. Lake Weir, Florida (Amaskohegen Bright Moon Lake), with practical
articles from successful men on Florida products and how to raise them. Full information on how
to make an orange or lemon grove. Jacksonville, FL: Florida Times-Union Power Printing House,
1883. 96 p., illus.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F02 M34 S524

Smith, T. F. Verdad Florida and Texas: a series of letters comparing the soil climate and
productions of these states, setting forth many advantages that east and fouth Florida offer to
emigrants. Ocala, FL: East Florida Banner Office, 1886. 39 p.

A South Publishing Company. Florida portrayed: its sections, climate productions, resources, etc.
with practical hints to intending settlers. London, England: South Publishing Company, 1880.
134 p.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F091 S726f

S. Sunny Florida: a compendium of information regarding "the state of orange groves". London,
England: South Publishing Company, 18?? 142 p.
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2 Tabault, George A. Chronicles of Florida. Norfolk, VA: J. W. Barcroft, 1886. 226 p.
Note: Covers topography, crops, wildlife and local information, in particular the St.
Augustine, Tampa and Pensacola regions.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F813 T254c

2. Upham, Samuel C. Notes from sunland, on the Manatee River Gulf coast of south Florida: its
climate soil and productions... Philadelphia, PA: E. Claxton & Co., 1881. 83 p., pl.
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R Report.....on the memorial of Doctor Henry Perrine.....asking a grant of land in the southern
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agricultural products, exotic vegetables, and tropical plants. Washington, DC: Government
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Varn, Kline O. Cuban tobacco in Florida. Fort Meade, FL: 1898.

Varnum, John P. Florida! Its climate, productions and characteristics. Jacksonville, FL:
Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Railway, 1885. 104 p., illus.
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I Verdad (pseud.). Florida and Texas. A series of letters comparing the soil climate and productions
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Ocala, FL: T. F. Smith, 1866. 39 p.
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Q Volney, Constantin F. C. A view of the climate and soil of the United States of America, to which
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Wall, John P. Climatological and sanitary report of Florida. Philadelphia, PA: Collins, 1875. n. p.
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2 Webb, Wanton S. Historical, industrial and biographical Florida. New York, NY: W. S. Webb and
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2 Webber, Charles H. Description of the citrus groves strawberry fields, vegetable farms, climate
and people of Alachua County, Florida. n. p.: n. p., 1883. n. p.

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2 White, J. W. Guide to Florida and her famous resorts containing a brief history of Florida: her
climate, health soil. agricultural products, fruits and phosphates. Jacksonville, FL: DaCosta
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2 ___ Only one Florida considered from every point of view. Jacksonville, FL: DaCosta Printing
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Whitner, J. N. Florida gardening manual for 1881. Jacksonville, FL: C. W. DaCosta, 1885. 246 p.
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S Gardening in Florida a treatise on the vegetables and tropical products. Jacksonville, FL:
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S.__ A manual of gardening in Florida. Fernandina, FL: Florida Mirror, 1881. 73 p.

2 Whitney, John P. Whitney's Florida Pathfinder. New York, NY: Pathfinder Office, 1874. 38 p.
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Williams, John L. A view of west Florida, embracing its geography, topography, etc.
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SAnon. Sanford, the celery city Florida: center of winter gardening in Florida. Sanford, FL: Sanford
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SCollins, C. N. The avocado, a salad fruit from the tropics. Washington, DC: Government Printing
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3 Florida National Tobacco Company. Prospectus of Florida National Tobacco Company.
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Girardeau, J. H. Pecan industry in Florida. Atlanta, GA: A. B. Caldwell, 1909. n. p.

Hooker, W. A. Observations on insect enemies of tobacco in Florida. Washington, DC: Government
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Hume, H. Harold. Citrus fruits and their culture. Jacksonville, FL / New York: H. & W. B. Drew /
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j Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company. Letters to L & N from people who formerly lived
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SMorrill, A. W. Fumigation for the citrus white fly, as adapted to Florida conditions. Washington,
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-0 Fumigation for the citrus white fly as adapted to Florida conditions. Washingtion, DC:
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2 Orton, W. A. Sea Island cotton: its culture, improvement and diseases. Washington, DC:
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2 Rolfs, Peter H. The avacado in Florida: its propagation, cultivation and marketing of the avocado.
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.__ Citrus fruit growing in the Gulf states. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1906.
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2 Thornton, C. B. Fancy pineapples of Orange County. DeLand, FL: E. O. Painter Printing Co., 1903. n.
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Wilson and Toomer Fertilizer Company. Florida vegetables. Jacksonville, FL: Wilson and Toomer
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SAmerican Agricultural Chemical Company. Citrus culture, fertilization, grove and soil
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SBradley Fertilizer Works. Market crops of Florida. Jacksonville, FL: Bradley Fertilizer Works,
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3 Darrow, George M. Strawberry culture: eastern United States. Washington, DC: Government
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3 Strawberry culture: south Atlantic and Gulf Coast regions. Washington, DC: Government
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SDuggar, John F. Southern field crops. New York, NY: Macmillan, 1911. 579 p., illus.
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Fawcett, H. S. Citrus diseases of Florida and Cuba compared with those of California. Berkeley,
CA: Agricultural Experiment Station, 1915. 58 p., illus. (California Agricultural Experiment
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SFlorida Citrus Groves Company. Florida grapefruit and oranges. Chicago, IL: Florida Citrus Groves
Company, 1913. 30 p., illus.
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Florida East Coast Railway. Climatic data of the east coast of Florida. St. Augustine, FL: Land
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2 Gould, H. P. Eig growing in the south Atlantic and Gulf states. Washington, DC: Government
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. Grossenbacher, J. G. Experiments on the decay of Florida oranges. Washington, DC: Government
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I Hedges, Florence, and L. S. Tenny. A knot of citrus tree caused by Sphaeropsis tumefaciens.
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Hollingsworth, Shelby. 35 Years among the trees: or the quintessence of orange culture. Arcadia,
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2 Mooney, Charles N., W. J. Latimer, Herman Gunter, and Emil Gunter. The Florida freeze of 1894-
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SMorrill, A. W., and E. A. Back. Natural control of white flies in Florida. Washington, DC:
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2 White flies injurious to citrus in Florida. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office,
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2 Okeechobee Fruit Lands Company. The garden of the glades. Jacksonville, FL: Okeechobee Fruit
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2 Orton, W. A. Sea island cotton. Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1916. 40 p., illus. (U.S.
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3 Pensacola Commercial Association. Farm facts and forage crops of Escambia County. Pensacola?,
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2. Pinellas Development Company. Sugar cane and the Pinellas Peninsula, Florida. St. Petersburg, FL
?: Pinellas Development Company, 1913. 25 p., illus.

3 Piper, Charles V. The Florida velvet bean and related plants. Washington, DC: Government
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,2 Prange, Nettie M. Citrus culture for profit. St. Augustine, FL: The Record Co., 1911. 90 p., pl., illus.
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2.. Rolfs, Peter H. Subtropical vegetable-gardening. New York, NY: Macmillan, 1916. 327 p., pl.
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3 Rose, R. E. Soil analysis. Analyses of Florida muck soils. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
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Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Fruit and vegetable growing in Manatee County. Florida.
Norfolk, VA: Seaboard Air Line Railway Company, 1911. 64 p., illus.
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3 Sellards, E. H. Classification of the soils of Florida. Tallahasssee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1914. 53 p., illus.
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Simpson, Charles T. Ornamental gardening in Florida: a treatise on the decorative plants adapted
to Florida and their cultivation. Little River, FL: Charles T. Simpson, 1916. 198 p., pl.
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Spencer, C. Lyman. The sugar situation. Jacksonville, FL: Drew Press, 1918. 89 p., illus.
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The Florida Grower. The Florida grower's atlas of Florida. Tampa, FL: The Florida Grower, 1914.
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Thomas Advertising Service. Multiplying opportunities (three great money-making crops combined
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Growers Corp., 1916. 39 p., illus.
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SUnited States Colonization Company. Farm lands in Florida, the land of three crops and
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S Waldin, Walter. Truck farming in the Everglades. Chicago, IL: Walter Waldin, 1910. 139 p., illus.
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SWilson and Toomer Fertilizer Company. Florida vegetables, Irish potatoes, melons and cucumbers;
Florida strawberries. Jacksonville, FL: Wilson and Toomer Fertilizer Company, 1919. 32 p.
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S Wright, James O. The Everglades of Florida; their adaptability for the growth of sugar cane.
Tallahassee, FL: Appleyard, 1912. 83 p., pl., illus.
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3 Yothers, W. W. Spraying for the control of insects and mites attacking citrus trees in Florida.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1918. 39 p., illus. (U.S. Department of
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SAlachua County News. Alachua County Florida: the hub the f he greatest state of the greatest
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1924. 72 p., illus.
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SAnon. Imperial Polk County: Florida's banner citrus county. Lakeland, FL: Imperial Polk Book,
1921. 61 p., illus.
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3 Ballard, W. W., and D. M. Simpson. Behavior of cotton planted at different dates in weevil control
experiments in Texas, South Carolina and Florida. Washington, DC: Government Printing
Office, 1925. 43 p., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Department Bulletin 1320)
UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents; A1.3: 1320

2 Bennett, Hugh H. The soils and agriculture of the southern states. New York, NY: Macmillan, 1921.
399 p., 4 illus., 56 pl., 1 foldout map
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SCoville, Frederick V. Directions for blue berry culture. Washington, DC: Government Printing
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Dietz, Harry F., and James Zetek. The black fly of citrus and other sup-tropical plants.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1920. 55 p., illus. (U.S. Department of
Agriculture Department Bulletin 885)
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SFellsmere Farms Company. The Fellsmere farms of Florida. n.p.: Fellsmere Farms Company, 1922.
54 p., illus.
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Florida Department of Agriculture. Central Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture, 1929. 82 p., illus.
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2 North and northwest Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1929.
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._ South Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1929. 82 p., illus.
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SGadsden County Chamber of Commerce. Gadsden County, the famous tobacco county. Quincy?, FL:
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SGainesville Chamber of Commerce. Gainesville the agricultural center of Florida. Gainesville,
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2 Tung oil. Gainesville, FL: Gainesville Chamber of Commerce, 192? n.p.
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Hume, H. Harold. The cultivation of citrus fruits. New York, NY: Macmillan, 1926. 561 p., illus.
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SLord, E. L. The tung oil tree. Gainesville, FL: Pepper Printing Co., 1924. 48 p., 1 color pl., illus.
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S Mathews, A. L. The tung oil industry in Florida. DeLand, FL: Painter Printing Co., 1929. 48 p., illus.
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SMiami Chamber of Commerce. Industrial and agricultural advantages. Miami, FL: Miami Chamber
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SMiller, W. T. How to plant citrus trees. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1928.
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2 Moznette, G. F. The avocado, its insect enemies and how to combat them. Washington, DC:
Government Printing Office, 1922. 31 p., illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmers
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SPittsburgh-Florida Fruit Growers Association. Pittsburgh-Florida orange and grapefruit groves.
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3 Popenoe, Wilson. Manual of tropical and subtropical fruits, excluding the banana, coconut
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SRandall, G. M. Dutch and French bulb culture in Florida also diversified farming. DeLand, FL:
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Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Orange grapefruit and vegetable growing in Manatee and
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S Orange, grapefruit and vegetable growing in the land of Manatee [Couny]. Norfolk, VA:
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SSeminole Plantation Company. Orange and pecan groves i Florida. Harrisburg, PA: J. Horace
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3 Smith, George D. Studies in the biology of the Mexican cotton boll weevil on Short Staple Upland
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SStockbridge, Frank P., and John H. Perry. Florida in the making. New York, NY: deBower
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SStuart, William. Potato production in the south. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office,
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3 Truskett, E. E. Bunch grapes in Florida. Mount Dora, FL: Unknown, 1927. 47 p.

S Vosbury, E. D. Citrus fruit growing in the Gulf states. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office,
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3 Vosbury, E. D., and J. R. Winston. Pineapple culture in Florida. Washington, DC: Government
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2 Vosbury, E. D., and T. Ralph Robinson. Culture of citrus fruits in the Gulf states. Washington, DC:
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Walker, Marvin H. The story of the Mediterranean fruit fly. Tampa, FL: Florida Grower, 1929. 40
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3 West Florida Publicity Association. West Florida, rich in agricultural resources, rie for industrial
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3 Wheeler, Homer J. Citrus culture in Florida. Jacksonville, FL: American Agricultural Chemical Co.,
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3 Wilder, Mrs C. M. Agricultural resources of Florida. DeLand, FL: E. O. Painter Printing Co., 1926. n.
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3 Wilson, Mrs Millar, and Mrs. John A. Ferguson. In Florida gardens. Harrisburg, PA: Mount Pleasant
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SAdderley, Joseph C. American tung tree: propagation and production. Pensacola, FL: American
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SBall, E. D. et al. Biological and ecological factors in the control of the celery leaf tier in Florida.
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2 Bitting, Clarence R. Sugar notes. New York, NY: B. N. Tyrrel/United States Sugar Corporation,
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3 Cook, O. F., and C. B. Doyle. Sea Island and Meade cotton in the southeastern states. Washington,
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S Davis, Thomas F. Early orange culture and epochal cold of 1835. n.p.: n.p., 1936. var. pp. (1 v.)
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3. Dean, Nina O. Golden harvest the romance of Florida citrus. Ocala, FL: Florida State
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2 Dunn, Elias B. Florida weather and climate. Coral Gables, FL: Unknown, 1934. 41 p.

4 Florida Chemurgic Conference. Condensed proceedings. Gainesville?, FL: Florida Chemurgic
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SFlorida State Plant Board. Cooperative extension, mission and accomplishments. Tallahassee, FL:
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Gardner, Henry A. Questions ad answers on ung oil production in America. Washington, DC:
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Gifford, John C. The tropical subsistence homestead. Coral Gables, FL: University of Miami, 1934.
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3 Longfield-Smith, L., and W. Y. Cary. The determination of juiciness in grapefruit. The effect of
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SNehrling, Henry. The plant world in Florida. New York, NY: Macmillan, 1933. 304 p., pl.
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L Polhamus, Loren G. The rubber content of two species of Cryplostegia and of an interspecific hybrid
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< Spencer, A. P. Vegetable crops of Florida. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture,
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3 Sturrock, David. Notes on the mango. Stuart, FL: Stuart Daily News, 1944. 127 p., illus.
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SWebber, Herbert J., and Leon D. Batchelor. The citrus industry: Volume 1. History botany and
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2 Tropical fruits in Florida with commercial possibilities. Tallahassee, FL: Florida
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Agricultural and Immigration Association. Florida soil, climate and productions. New York, NY:
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2 American Tung Oil Company. Tung oil: a necessity which grows luxuriantly in Florida and the Gulf
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SAnon. Climatic data of the east coast of Florida. Jacksonville, FL: H. & W. B. Drew, 1898. 13 p.

Description of the climate soil and products of Suwanee County Florida. Savannah, GA:
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S Atlantic and Gulf Coast Canal and Okeechobee Land Company. Sugar lands.....chartered by
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Bailey, Liberty H. Florida plant immigrants. Coconut Grove, FL: Fairchild Tropical Garden, 1940.
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3 Barger, W. R., and Lon A. Hawkins. Coloring citrus fruits in Florida. Washington, DC: Government
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S Berger, E. W. State nursery stock inspection. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Inspector of Nursery Stock,
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Blackman, William F. Sugar and cane syru in Florida. n.p.: n.p., 1921. 9 p.
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SBolles, William E. Commercial banana growing. Oldsmar, FL: Florida Banana Growers
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SBurgman, Charles F. Port Orange Florida: a place for health and home seekers" its past history
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2 Burton, R. P. Citrus fruits in Florida. Wauchula, FL: Wauchula Development Co., 1913. 16 p., illus.
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SChittenden, F. H., and H. H. Russell. The Florida fern caterpillar. Washington, DC: Government
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SClayton, B. S. Subsistence of peat soils in Florida. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office,
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SCorey, Merton L. Florida's opportunity. n.p.: n.p., 1932. 16 p.
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SDavis, Thomas F. History of the orange in Florida 1575 to 1900. n.p.: n.p., 1937. 16 p.
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SDrake, Samuel A. Florida its history conditions and resources. Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Co.,
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SFairchild, David. Reasons for a large general plant introduction garden in southern Florida.
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SFairchild, David, and Edward Simmonds. The grafted papaya as an annual fruit tree.
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Federal Writers Project of Florida. The history of citrus in Florida. Tallahassee?, FL: Works
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2 Ferran, H. Ray. Early Florida citrus fruits in northern markets. Tallahassee, FL: Florida
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j Florida Farms and Industries. Florida, the land of sunshine and perpetual farming. Green Cove
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2 Florida Muck Farms, Inc. America's everproducing soil. Miami, FL: Hollywood Press, 1926. 22 p.,
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3 Fulton, Harry Rascoe, and John J. Bowman. Effect of spraying with fungicides on the keeping
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2 Gano, W. Florida: the healthiest state in the union orange park near Jacksonville. Jacksonville,
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3 Graf, J. E., and B. L. Boyden. Eradication of the sweet-potato weevil in Florida a report of progress.
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SGray, Richard W., Grady Norton, and U.S. Weather Bureau. Florida hurricanes. Washington, DC:
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SGriffing Brothers Company. About Redlands co-operative grove plantings. Miami?, FL: Griffing
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SGulf Ridge Groves, Inc. Growing oranges where the sun shines. Lakeland, FL: Gulf Ridge Groves,
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3 Hillsborough County Chamber of Commerce. Plant City, world's largest winter strawberry market.
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SHowey (W.J.) Company. The story of Howey-in-the-Hills, world's largest citrus development.
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SHyatt, H. S. Facts about the Gulf Coast districts of southern Mississippi, southern Alabama and
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Malabar Sugar Company. Florida sugar lands. New York, NY: Malabar Sugar Company, 1924. 4 p.,
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3 Marlatt, C. L. The mango weevil: danger from mango weevil in Florida. Washington, DC:
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SMason, Arthur C. Biology of the papaya fruit fly, Toxotrypana curvicauda, in Florida.
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SMatthews, J. O. A new enterprise! The Florida orange grove company. n.p.: Sun Printing Office,
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L McMurran, S. M. The anthracnose of the mango in Florida. Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of
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SMolina. Escambia County. Florida. A manufacturing town in the midst of a rich agricultural section
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3 Morgan, A. C., and F. S. Chamberlin. The tobacco budworm and its control in the Georgia and
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SMoznette, G. F. Insects injurious to the mango in Florida and how to combat them. Washington, DC:
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SOrlando Chamber of Commerce. Pertinent facts about Orlando, Florida: geographical location,
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SPleas, C. E. All about kudzu, greatest feed and greatest need of the south today ..... St. Augustine,
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SRobinson, Brittain B. Ramie fibre productions. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture,
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3 Propagation of citrus trees in the Gulf states. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office,
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3 Sites, soils and varieties for citrus groves in the Gulf states. Washington, DC: Government
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3 Rose, R. E. Fake fertilizers. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1925. 4 p.

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SRose, R. E., and M. E. Jaffa. The artificial coloring of immature citrus fruit. The artificial ripening
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3 Sherman, Wells A., Dexter Gail Jr, and Faith L. Yeaw. Cantaloupe marketing in the larger cities
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Smith, Erwin F., and R. E. B. McKenney. A dangerous tobacco disease appears in the United States.
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3 The present status of the tobacco blue-mold (peronospora) disease in the Georgia-Florida
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2 Batista y Cuba, Juan W. The effect of mulch and chemical treatments on microbiological action in
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Preservation Note: Mimeographed.

SDivisional bulletin IV. Tallahassee, FL: Florida State Defense Council. Division of Food, 1941 -.
no. 1-
Note: Issued irregularly.
Preservation Note: Mimeographed?

Egg classification lawi rules and regulations. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture.
Inspection Bureau, 1930? -.
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1 The Everglades magazine. Chicago, IL: n.p., 1910 -. v. 1 -
Note: Same as title, Florida Everglades review?

2 Express shippers bulletin. Tallahassee, FL?: Florida Citrus Commission, 1936 -. no. 1 -
Note: Issued irregularly during the citrus fruit season.
Preservation Note: Mimeographed.

SFacts and figures: an authoritative food trade magazine. Jacksonville, FL: National American
Wholesale Grocers Association, 1915 1935. v. 1 21
Note: Started as an association bulletin.

2 Farm review and settler's guide. Laurel Hill, FL: 1898 1899. v. 1

SFarmer and fruit grower.
Note: Refer to the title, The Florida farmer and fruit grower.

Farmer and fruit grower and semi-weekly Times-Union.
Note: Refer to the title, The Florida farmer and fruit grower.

. Farmer and miners journal. Cordeal, FL: 1898 1902. v. 1 4

. Farmer and stockman.
Note: Refer to the title, Florida farmer.

2 Farmer and trucker. Hastings, FL: 1904. v. 1

S The farmer's alliance.
Note: Refer to the title, The Florida farmer and fruit grower.

Farmers' Institute Bulletin. Lake City, FL: University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences. Agricultural College and Experiment Station, 1903-1914. No. 1-4:
Note: No. 1 (1903), 2 (1904), 3 (1910), 4 (1914)
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2. Florida agriculture. Gainesville, FL: Florida Farm Bureau, 1942 -. v. 1 -
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Florida agriculture. Yearbook issue. Winter Park, FL: Florida Farm Bureau, 1945 -. v. 1 -
UF Libraries Spec Coil/Florida History & MSL Books; FA F233y (Spec Coil) & 31.19 F635y
(MSL)

SThe Florida agriculturist. Jacksonville, FL / Deland, FL: E. O. Painter & Co., 1874 1911. v. 1 38
Note: Publication history v. 1-4, 1874-77; v. 1-38, 1878-1911.
UF Libraries MSL Periodicals; S1 .F564

2 Florida cattleman.
Note: Refer to the title, Florida cattleman and livestock journal.

SFlorida cattleman and dairy journal.
Note: Refer to the title, Florida cattleman and livestock journal. For the Southeastern edition
of this serial refer to the title, Southern livestock journal.

SFlorida cattleman and livestock journal. Kissimmee, FL: Florida State Cattlemen's Association,
1936-. v. 1 -
Note: Early issues were also titled, Florida cattleman; Florida cattleman and dairy journal.
ISSN 0015-3958.
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.F561 (MSL)

I The Florida citrus reporter. Winter Haven: n.p., 1940 -. v. 1 -

SFlorida clearing house news. Winter Haven, FL: Florida Citrus Growers Clearing House
Association, 1928 1933. v. 1 5
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S The Florida college farmer. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida College of Agriculture, 1930 -.
v. 1 -
UF Libraries MSL Periodicals ; S1 .F79

The Florida conservator. Tallahassee, FL: Florida State Board of Conservation, 1934 1935. no. 1 -
11

SThe Florida cultivator. Palatka, FL: 1887. v. 1

2 The Florida dairy news. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture. Milk Inspection
Division, 1929 1932. v. 1 3
Note: Published monthly.
Preservation Note: Some are mimeographed.

SThe Florida dispatch.
Note: Refer to the title, Florida farmer and fruit grower.

The Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower.
Note: Refer to the title, Florida farmer and fruit grower.

SFlorida east coast homeseeker.
Note: Refer to the title, Florida farmer.

SThe Florida entomologist. Gainesville, FL: Florida Entomological Society, 1917 -. v. 1 -
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Florida Everglades Review. Chicago, IL: Florida Everglades Land Co., 1910. v. 1
Note: Only six issues were published. Same as title, The Everglades magazine?
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F551.4 F6365

Florida farmer. St. Augustine, FL: Record Co., 1899 1932. v. 1 35
Note: Publication history Florida east coast homeseeker, 1899 1914, v. 1-16(5); Florida
farmer and homeseeker, 1914 1916, v. 16(6)-18(12); Florida farmer and stockman, 1917 1918,
v. 19(1)-20(18); Farmer and stockman, 1918 1924, v. 20(19)-27(2); Florida farmer, 1925 1932,
v. 27(3)-35(9).
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F630 F6365

S The Florida farmer and fruit grower. Jacksonville, FL: Chas. W. DaCosta, 1860 1899. v. 1 ?
Note: Publication history The Florida dispatch (Newnansville, FL), 1860-1876, v. 1 ?; The
Florida dispatch (Live Oak, FL; Jacksonville, FL), 1876 1889, v. 1 ?; Florida farmer & fruit
grower (Jacksonville, FL), 1887 1889, v. 1 3; The farmer's alliance (Jacksonville, FL), 1887 -
1892, v. 1 5; Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower (Jacksonville, FL), 1889 1893, v. 9 -
?; Florida farmer & fruit grower, 1893 1899; Farmer and fruit grower (Jacksonville, FL), 1908;
Farmer and fruit grower and semi-weekly Times-Union (Jacksonville, FL), 1909-?; Semi-
weekly Times-Union (a non-agricultural serial).
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; n.c.n.

S Florida farmer and homeseeker.
Note: Refer to the title, Florida farmer.

Florida farmer and stockman.
Note: Refer to the title, Florida farmer.

S Florida field report.
Note: Refer to the title, Florida grower and rancher.

The Florida fruit and produce news.
Note: Refer to the title, Florida grower and rancher.

2 Florida fruit and truck grower. Ocala, FL: 1905 -. v. 1 -
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F02 M34 F636

2 Florida fruit digest. Jacksonville, FL: 1936 -. v. 1 -

I Florida fruit grower. Highland Park, FL: 1886 1888. v. 1 2

S Florida fruit grower and investor. Jacksonville, FL: 1904 1905. v. 1

SFlorida fruit lands review. Kansas City, MO: 1909 -. v. 1 -

Florida fruit world. Tampa, FL: 1928 1929. v. 1

. Florida fruits and flowers. Bartow, FL: Florida Grape Growers Association, 1924 1926. v. 1 5
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F634 F6365

The Florida future farmer. Kissimmee, FL: Future Farmers of America, 1938 -. v. 1 -
UF Libraries MSL Periodicals; S534 .F5 F561


Florida grove and garden. Jacksonville, FL: 1887. v. 1










SFlorida grower.
Note: Refer to the title, Florida grower and rancher.

Florida grower and rancher. Middleburg Heights, OH: Harvest Pub. Co., 1908 -. v. 1 -
Note: Publication history The Florida fruit and produce news (Tampa, FL), 1908 1911, v. 1-3;
Florida grower (Tampa, FL), 1911 1953, v. ?; Florida grower and rancher, 1953 ; Absorbed
Florida field report. ISSN 0015-4091.
UF Libraries MSL Periodicals; S1 .F563

Florida homes and flowers. St Petersburg, FL: The Craft Publications, 1936 -. v. 1 -
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F02 S14 F636

2 The Florida home-seeker. Avon Park, FL: 1890 1891. v. 1 2

SFlorida horticulturist. 18?? 1887, v. 1 ?:

S The Florida land register. Jacksonville, FL: 1870 1872. v. 1 ?

Florida life. Jacksonville, FL: n.p., 1893 1894. v. 1 2
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F092 F636

Florida patron. Wellborn, FL: 1874. v. 1

2, Florida planter. Fort Myers, FL: All American Sugar League, 1919 -. v. 1 -
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F338.1 F6363

SFlorida poultry and agricultural journal. Tampa, FL: 1906 1909. v. 1 ?

Florida poultry and dairy journal. Zephyrhills, FL: Florida State Poultry Producers Association,
1916 -1951. v. 1 ?
Note: Published as, Florida poultry and stockman, v. 1-? See also the title, Florida
poultryman.

SFlorida oultry and stockman.
Note: Refer to the title, Florida poultry and dairy journal.

. Florida poultry journal. Lakeland, FL: 1923 -. v. 1 -
Note: Published as, Poultry in Florida, v. 1-?

3 Florida poultry law with rules and regulations. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture. Inspection Bureau, 1935? -.
UF Libraries MSL State Documents; 102 F645h

SFlorida poultryman. Tampa, FL: 1956 -. v. 22 -
Note: Publication history Florida poultryman, 1935 -1939, v. 1-5; Florida poultryman and
stockman, 1939-1948, v. 5-14; Florida poultry and dairy journal, 1948-1951, v. 14-17; ??, 1952-
1956, v. 18-21. There is some confusion with a similar title, Florida poultry and dairy journal
(Florida poultry and stockman).
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F636.5 F636

, Florida poultryman and stockman.
Note: Refer to the title, Florida poultryman.

3 Florida products journal. Orlando, FL: 1936 -. v. 1 -










Florida review. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Immigration, 1926 -
1930. v. 1 5
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F354 A6

2 Florida rural home.
Note: Refer to the title, Southern sun (Palatka).

Florida ruralist. Interlachen, FL: 1894 1895. v. 1 2
Note: Continued as, Southern ruralist.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F630 F6366

2 Florida strawberry journal. Lakeland, FL: 1902 1906. v. 1 5

Florida tobacco leaf. Tampa, FL: 1897 1898. v. 1

Florida's financial and industrial record. Jacksonville, FL: 1900 1912. v. 1 22
Note: Publication history Weekly industrial record, v. 1-10 (4); Industrial record, v. 10 (5)-19
(42).
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F338 F6365

3 For sale want and exchange bulletin. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture.
Marketing Bureau, 1919? -. v. 1 -
Note: Monthly (1919-1921); semi-monthly (1921+)
Preservation Note: Some are mimeographed.
U F Libraries MSL State Documents; 102 F648bc

Freeze or No Freeze, a monthly journal devoted to protection, horticulture and agriculture.
Titusville, FL: n.p., 1900 -. v. 1 -

3 Gasoline inspection law, rules and regulations. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture. Inspection Bureau, 1925? -.

SGrove and garden. Jacksonville, FL: 1894 1902. v. 1 ?

SIndustrial Florida. Jacksonville, FL: 1894 190? v. 1 ?

2 Industrial record.
Note: Refer to the title, Florida's financial and industrial record.

S Insecticide and fungicide law, rules and regulations. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture. Inspection Bureau, 1937? -.
UF Libraries MSL State Documents; 102 F645p

Z The irrigator. DeLand, FL / Winter Park, FL / Orlando, FL: 1893 1894. v. 1 2
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F631.7 171

3 Leaflets. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Forest and Park Service, 1936 1944. Unnumbered

Letter to nurserymen. Tallahassee, FL: Florida State Plant Board, 1915 1916. no. 1 3
Note: Issued irregularly.

SLime regulation. Tallahassee, FL?: Florida Citrus Commission, 1941 -. no. 1 -
Preservation Note: Mimeographed.










3 Marketing papers. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture. Marketing Bureau, 1918-
1919? no. 1 -12
Note: Irregular.

S The mile post. Live Oak, FL: Power Farming Association of America, 1920 -. v. 1 -

3 Minerals yearbook. The mineral industry of Florida. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of the
Interior. Bureau of Mines, 1932/33 -.
Note: Each annual edition has three volumes, one of which covers the United States with a
chapter on the mineral resources of each state.
UF Libraries MSL Federal Documents; 128.37:

S Miscellaneous Publication. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences. Agricultural Extension Service, 193? -. 1st -
UF Libraries MSL State Documents; 101 F636mp

2 Mitchal's journal. Ocala, FL: 1889 1890. v. 1 2?

S Monthly bulletin. Florida Department of Agriculture:
Note: Refer to, Florida Department of Agriculture Quarterly Bulletin.

The new Florida a magazine full of Florida facts. Chicago, IL: n.p., 1910 -. v. 1 -
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F02 M34n

z Northwest Florida official guide ..... a descriptive compilation of the worthwhile natural,
recreational, fishing agricultural, industrial advantages and opportunities of northwest
Florida. Pensacola, FL: Northwest Florida Travel and Publicity Bureau, 1937. 72 p., illus.
Note: This information pertains to the 1937 edition, but it was published annually.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F06 N879n

SNursery inspection circular. Tallahassee, FL: Florida State Plant Board. Department of Nursery
Inspection, 1915 1917. no. 1 8

SOrange blossoms. Orlando, FL: Florida Citrus Production Credit Association, 1942 1967. v. 1 25
UF Libraries MSL Books; 280.8 063

Our southern home. Laurel Hill, FL: Farmers Union, 1905 1910. v. 1 ?

2 Pabor house news. Avon Park, FL: Pabor Lake Colony, 1893 1902. v. 1 ?
Note: Incorporated in 1903 with the title, South Florida Sun.

2 Pabor lake pineapple. Pabor Lake, FL / Avon Park, FL: 1892 1907. v. 1 10?
Note: Incorporated into the title, South Florida Sun.

SPacking house news. Tampa, FL: 1922 1926. v. 1 5
Note: The early title for this serial was, Skinner packing house news, v. 1-2, 1922-1923.
UF Libraries MSL Periodicals; 286.83 P119

3 Port and railway inspection notice. Tallahassee, FL: Florida State Plant Board, 1916 1918. no. 1 -
12
Note: Issued irregularly.

SPoultry in Florida.
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Press Bulletins. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences.
Agricultural Experiment Station, 1901 -. No. 1 -
UF Libraries MSL State Documents; 100 F636p

SProceedings. Hollywood, FL: Soil Science Society of Florida, 1939 -. v. 1 -
Note: ISSN 0096-8382.
UF Libraries MSL Periodicals ; S590 .S65

SProceedings. Jacksonville, FL: Florida Fruit Growers Association, 1874 -. 1st -
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; FA F945p

Proceedings. n. p.: Florida Mango Forum, 1938 -. v. 1 -
UF Libraries MSL Books; 93.9 F636p

S Proceedings. Jacksonville, FL: Florida State Grange, 1870? -. 1st -

Z Proceedings. Tallahassee, FL: Citrus Growers Convention, 1912. 20 p.
Note: Information based on this issue was this the only one published? Convention was held
at Gainesville on 15 August 1912.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F634 C581r

, Proceedings. n.p.: Southern States Forestry Congress, 1886? -. 1st -
Note: See also, Southern Forestry Congress Proceedings (name change?).

S Proceedings of the annual convention. Tallahassee, FL: Florida State Farmers Union, 1910 -. 1st -
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; FA F232p

SProceedings of the annual meeting. Gainesville, FL: Southern Shade Tree Conference, 1937 -. 1st -
UF Libraries Spec Coll/Florida History & MSL Books; F634.9 S727p (Spec Coll) & SB436
.S681

Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Florida State Horticultural Society. Varies: Florida State
Horticultural Society, 1892 -. v. 5 -
Note: 0886-7283; Volume 1-4, 1888 1891, was eventually published UF Libraries have two
versions of the first four annual meetings. The Proceedings of the first four meetings were
published in two agriculutral serials of the day. The Florida Agriculturist [v.10(50); 16(19, 20,
22); 17(19, 20); 18(20)] carried one version, which was copied from microfilm and bound by the
library one known copy is at MSL Ref. The Florida Farmer and Fruit Grower carried an
account of the first meeting and the Florida Dispatch, Farmer and Fruit Grower carried an
account of the second, third and fourth meetings. This version was published by the Society
and one known bound version of the four proceedings is at MSL Ref.
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3 Proceedings of the annual meetings. Deland, FL: Florida Rose Society, 1926 -. no. 1 -
UF Libraries MSL Books; 635.93337 F636p

SProceedings of the Southern Forestry Congress. Chapel Hill, NC: Southern Forestry Congress, 1916 -
1st-
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(MSL)

3 Pure food and drugs law rules and regulations. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
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3 Ouarantine notice. Tallahassee, FL: Florida State Plant Board, 1916 1928. no. 1 47
Note: Issued irregularly. Title varies (sometimes called Quarantine Circular).

SOuarterly bulletin. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture, 1889 1936. v. 1 45
Note: Issued monthly (1889-1905 / v. 1-15), then quarterly (1906-1936 / v. 16-45). Title varies:
Florida (Department of Agriculture) Monthly Bulletin; Quarterly Bulletin of the Department
of Agriculture. Some issues of the Quarterly Bulletin have monographic titles and are devoted
to a single topic. It was continued as the Bulletin (new series) beginning in 1928.
UF Libraries MSL State Documents; 102 F636b

2 Regulation. Tallahassee, FL?: Florida Citrus Commission, 1935 -. no. 1 -
Note: Issued irregularly during the citrus fruit season.
Preservation Note: Mimeographed.

Regulations governing the Florida pure seed labeling law. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of
Agriculture. Inspection Bureau, 1939? -.
UF Libraries MSL State Documents; 102 F645s

Report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Commissioner of Lands and Immigration, 1869 1887/88.
UF Libraries MSL State Documents; 102 F636a

SReport. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Fish Commission, 1898 1903/04.
Note: Annual (1898); biennial (1899/1900 1903/04).

Report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Inspector of Nursery Stock, 1911 1912/14. 1st 2nd
Note: Annual (1911-1912); biennial (1912/14)

Report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Weather Service, 1892 1896.
Note: Monthly. Continued by the Florida section of the USDA Weather Bureau.

2 Report, Florida state farmers markets. Winter Haven, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture.
Marketing Bureau, 1934/35 -. 1st -
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F354 M4r

2 Report of the ... annual meeting. Clearwater, FL: Florida Anti-mosquito Association, 1922 -. 1st -
UF Libraries MSL Books; RA640 .J7

Z Report of the president. Lake City, FL: Florida Agricultural College, 1884/85? -. 1st -
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F378 F Cr

SReport of the superintendent. Gainesville, FL: Florida Farm Colony for Epileptic and Mentally
Deficient Children, 1919/20 1955/57. 1st 19th
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,, Reports of Investigation. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Geological Survey, 1934 -. no. 1 -
Preservation Note: Microfilmed by UF Preservation Office.
UF Libraries MSL Books; QE99 .A32

SSan Mateo item. San Mateo, FL: 1904 1911? v. 1 ?
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F02 P98 S196

S The semi-tropical (Tacksonville). Jacksonville, FL: Chas. W. Blew, 1875 1878. v. 1 4
Note: Monthly periodical devoted to southern agriculture, horticulture, immigration, etc.
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The semi-tropical (Lake Eustis). Lake Eustis, FL: Benj. H. Vogt, 1887 1889. v. 1 ?
Note: Weekly newspaper incorporated into Eustis Lake Region.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; n.c.n.

3 Semi-weekly livestock market report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Agriculture.
Marketing Bureau, 1929? -. no. 1 -

2 Skinner packing house news.
Note: Refer to the title, Packing house news.

2 Soil of the south.
Note: Refer to the title, Tropical farmer.

Soil of the south and tropical farmer.
Note: Refer to the title, Tropical farmer.

SThe south Florida home. Charlotte Harbor, FL / St. Petersburg, FL / Glenoak, FL: Young G. Lee,
1889 1899. v. 1 -?
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; n.c.n.

2 Southeastern cattleman and dairy journal.
Note: Refer to the title, Southern livestock journal.

2 The southern field and home: a journal for soil tillers and housekeepers. DeLand, FL: 1897 1908. v.
1-?
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F630 S7272

, Southern livestock journal. Kissimmee, FL: Florida State Cattlemen's Association, 1941 1957. v. 1
-17
UF Libraries MSL Books; 40.8 S727

2 Southern ruralist. Interlachen, FL: 1896 1899. v. 3 6
Note: Publication history Florida ruralist (v. 1-2); continued as, Southern ruralist (Atlanta,
GA; v.7- ).
UF Libraries Spec Coll/Florida History & MSL Periodicals; F630 F6366 (Spec Coll) & S1
.S65 (MSL)

Southern sun (Ocala). Ocala, FL: William H. Royal, 1853 1854 ? v. 1 2 ?
UF Libraries Special Collections/ Florida History; n.c.n.

SSouthern sun (Palatka). Palatka, FL: Jos. H. Warren & Chas. E. Warren, 1884 1886. v. 1 3
Note: Publication history Florida rural home, 1884-1885, v. 1-2; Southern sun, 1886, v. 3;
continued as a nonagricultural paper.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; n.c.n.

a Statistical bulletin. Unknown: Florida Citrus Exchange, 1929/30 -. 1st ? -
UF Libraries MSL Books ; 631.18 F63s

2 The stockman. De Funiak Springs, FL: 1901 1908. v. 1 ?

0 Subtropical gardening. Orlando, FL: 1938 -. v. 1 -
Note: Publication history Subtropical gardening and fruit growing (Brooksville, FL), 1938-?,
v. 1-?
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Subtropical gardening and fruit growing.
Note: Refer to the title, Subtropical gardening.

2 The sugar cane press. Clewiston, FL: United States Sugar Corp., 1938 -. v. 1 -
Note: Irregular newspaper.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; n.c.n.

3 The tatler of society in Florida. St. Augustine: n.p., 1892 1908. v. 1 17
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F092 T219

2 Timely topics for the Florida farmer and grower. Tampa, FL: Gulf Fertilizer Co., 1927 -. v. 1 -
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F630 T583

3 Timely topics, for the Florida Farmer and grower. Tampa, FL: Gulf Fertilizer Company, 1927 -. v. 1

UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F630 T583

STropical farmer. Ocala, FL: Lewis C. Gaines, 1852 1853. v. 1 2
Note: Combined with Soil of the South (1853), which became Soil of the South and Tropical
Farmer (1853?).
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; n.c.n.

2 The tropical farmer and Florida progress, devoted to the agricultural, horticultural and industrial
development of the Everglades and tropical Florida. West Palm Beach, FL: 1930 -. v. 1 -
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F630 T856

SThe tropical sun. Juno, FL / West Palm Beach, FL: Guy I. Metcalf, 1887 1926. v. 1 ?
Note: Title varies. Continued as a nonagricultural weekly.
Preservation Note: Available on microfilm from the State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; n.c.n.

STung il. Orlando, FL: Tung Oil Publishing Co., 1930 -. v. 1 -
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F665.3 T926

2 Tung oil chronicle. Lakeland, FL: Isaac van Horn, 1925 -. v. 1 -
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History ; F665.3 T9261

2 United States census of agriculture. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce. Bureau of
Census, 1860 -. 8th Census -
Note: Issued every ten years (1860-1920); every five years (1925-1945).
UF Libraries MSL Reference; HD1753 1945a

. Weekly bulletin. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Weather Service, 1895 1896.
Note: Weekly. Continued by the USDA Weather Bureau.

2 Weekly industrial record.
Note: Refer to the title, Florida's financial and industrial record.

2 Yearbook. Tampa, FL: Florida Canners Association, 1937/38 -.
Note: Previously, Yearbook (Florida Grapefruit Canners Association). Absorbed Year Book
(Citrus Processors Association); continued by Statistical Summary (Florida Canners
Association) both occurred after 1945.
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SYearbook. n. p.: Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, 1927 -. no. 1 -
UF Libraries Spec Coll/Florida History & AFA ; FA G218y (Spec Coll) & 710.6 F636y
(AFA)

; Yearbook. Tampa, FL: Florida Grapefruit Canners Association, 1932/33 1936/37.
Note: Continued as, Yearbook (Florida Canners Association).
Florida Southern College Citrus Archives ; Vertical Files

% Yearbook. Lakeland, FL: Associated Citrus Growers and Shippers of Florida, 1937. 116 p.
Note: Information based on this issue was this the only one published?
UF Libraries Special Collections/Florida History; F634 A849y