History of the Grange Movement
History of the Grange Movement; or, The Farmer's War against Monopolies, by Edward Winslow Martin, 1874. Focuses on the Railroad monopolies, their origins and tactics, as they related to the then largely-misunderstood, early Grange.
Origin and Progress of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry
Origin and Progress of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry, by Oliver Hudson Kelley, 1875. Written by the originator of the Patrons of Husbandry, also called The Grange. Documents the early struggles and successes.
Walter A. Wood 1878 Catalog
1878 Walter A. Wood World Renowned Harvesting Machines, Manufactured exclusively by Walter A. Wood Mowing & Reaping Machine Company. A small (5-1/2" x 8-1/4"), 16-page pamphlet depicting and describing what was, at that time, very innovative labor-saving farm machinery for mowing and harvesting. These machines, all horse-drawn, were the forerunners to what would eventually become the self-propelled combine.
The Grange - Friend of the Farmer
The Grange - Friend of the Farmer, A concise reference history of America's oldest farm organization, and the only rural fraternity in the world, 1867-1947, by Charles M. Gardner. Published by the National Grange. 531 pages, illustrated. Hardcover, w/dust jacket.
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