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A 13.2:G 79/13/895-966A Discussion of Grazing Management Systems and Some Pertinent Literature
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A 13.2:P 69/15Principal Indicator Species of Forested Plant Associations on National Forests in NE Oregon and SE Washington
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A 13.13:C 42/4Ice Age National Scenic Trail
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A 13.36/2-6:R 9-CNF-RG-025-93The North Country National Scenic Trail
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A 13.61/2:Ad 9x/926Lake States Forest Experiment Station
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A 13.61/10:198 A-ELake States Forest Experiment Station 1
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A 13.92/2:G 36/2Draft Environmental Impact Statement
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A 17.8:30References on the Great Lakes/Saint Lawrence Waterway Project
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A 17.17:1Selected List of American Agricultural Books in Print and Current Periodicals
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A 17.17:1/12Selected List of American Agricultural Books in Print and Current Periodicals
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A 17.17:37Marketing Fruits and Vegetables
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A 43.4:557Working with Low-Income Rural Families
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A 43.4:560Ginning Cotton to Preserve Fiber Quality
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A 43.4:563Rural Zoning:People, Property, and Public Policy
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A 56.13:68Mediterranean Fruit Fly Quarantine
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A 57.2:B 48/6Big Sandy River
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A 57.2:T 75Pond Management for Trout
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A 57.6/2:W 8Agricultural Waste Management Field Manual
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A 68.1:937Report of Rural Electrification Administration
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A 68.1:938Report of Rural Electrification Administration
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A 82.2:C 49Wholesale Margins for Fresh Citrus Fruits in the Pittsburgh, Pa., Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market
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A 82.2:C 76/12Container Breakage in Top-Iced Shipments of Vegetables
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A 82.2:C 82/28Cost and Quality of Cotton Ginning in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
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A 82.2:C 82/48/946-51Marketing and Processing Costs of Cottonseed-Oil Mills in the Postwar Period
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A 82.2:C 82/48/947-48/Prelim.Distribution of Marketing and Processing Cost of Cottonseed-Oil Mills
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A 82.2:Eg 3/7Problems of Transporting and Marketing Hatching Eggs and Baby Chicks in the NE United States
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A 82.2:Eg 3/13Egg Marketing Facilities in the Winston-Salem, N.C., Trade Area
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A 82.2:F 94/11Concentration Markets for Fruits and Vegetables in Sumter and Lake Counties, Fla.
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A 82.2:G 76/9Grain Marketing Facilities in the Piedmont Area of North Carolina
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A 82.2:L 56Reduction of Loss, Damage, and Transportation Cost in Package-Iced Shipments of Lettuce and Carrots
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A 82.2:P 31/5A Comparative Study of Packing, Transportation, and Refrigeration Costs of Buschel Baskets and Wire-Bound Boxes for Peach Transportation
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A 82.2:P 84/9Deterioration of Long Island Potatoes in Marketing Channels
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A 82.2:P 86/2Wholesale Poultry and Egg Markets in 30 Cities
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A 82.2:P 94/6The San Antonio, TX, Produce Markets
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A 82.2:Sp 4Problems and Practices in Marketing Spinach, Kale, and Collards
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A 82.2:Su 3/6The Marketing of Sugarcane in Puerto Rico
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A 82.2:T 31East Texas Produce Markets and Plans for New Markets at Tyler and Jacksonville, TX
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A 82.2:W 62/7The Wholesale Produce Market at Toledo, Ohio
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A 82.2:W 62/9The Wholesale Produce Market at Rochester, NY
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A 82.2:W 62/10Wholesale Marketing of Produce in the Beckley, W. VA., Area
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A 82.2:W 62/11The Wholesale Market at Bridgeport, Conn.
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A 93.28:50/2Taxes Paid by Firms, Marketing, Farm Food, Products
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A 93.28:99/Supp.965Costs of Producing Upland Cotton in the United States
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A 93.28:99/Supp.966Costs of Producing Upland Cotton in the United States
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A 93.28:138Food Consumption, Prices, Expenditures
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A 93.28:200U.S. Peach Industry
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A 93.28:202A Profile of the Rural Poor in the Northeastern Coastal Plain of South Carolina
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A 93.28:203Selected Characteristics of Open County Mobile Home Residents
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A 93.28:204Rural Poor Who Could Benefit from Job Retraining in the East North Central States
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A 93.28:206Impact of City-County Consolidation of the Rural-Urban Fringe: Nashville-Davidson County, Tenn.
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A 93.28:208Open-Country Poverty in a Relatively Affluent Area - The East North Central States
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A 93.28:211Rural Homeowners' Use of Home Mortgage Credit in the Ozark Region
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A 93.28:212Cotton Production and Farm Income Estimates Under Selected Alternative Farm Programs
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A 93.28:213The Structure of the U.S. Sweetener Industry
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A 93.28:214Economic Models for Cotton Ginning
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A 93.28:215Land Use Change in the Southern Mississippi Alluvial Valley
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A 93.28:217A Profile of Disabled Household Heads and Spouses in Rural Areas of the Ozarks Region
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C 3.2:AT 6/900Statistical Atlas of the U.S.
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C 3.2:AT 6/914Statistical Atlas of the U.S.
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C 3.2:AT 6/924Statistical Atlas of the U.S.
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C 3.2:B 43Benevolent Institutions 1910
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C 3.2:B 61The Blind in the U.S. 1910
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C 3.2:C 33/2The Story of the Census 1790 to 1915
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C 3.2:C 49Special Reports, General Statistics of Cities: 1909
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C 3.2:M 91/945U.S. Census of Agriculture: Multiple-Unit Operations
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C 3.2:P 81A Century of Population Growth
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C 3.2:ST 2/12/982State and Metropolitan Area Data Book
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C 3.5:P 28/904Paupers in Almshouses 1904
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C 3.6/2:SE 6Guide to Service Industry Statistics and Related Data
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C 3.30:11Ratio of Children to Women, 1920
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C 3.31/5:959/V.5/PT.6/CHAP.2Graphic Summary of Farm Tenure in the U.S.
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C 3.37/2:IN 2The Indian Population of the U.S. and Alaska, 1930
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C 3.112:940/2Terra Cotta: Feb. 1940 Compared with Preceding Months
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C 3.145/4:967/v.1Governmental Organization
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C 3.145/4:967/v.2Taxable Property Values
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C 3.145/4:967/v.3/no.1Employment of Major Local Governments
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C 3.145/4:967/v.3/no.2Compendium of Public Employment
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C 3.145/4:967/v.4/no.1Finances of School Districts
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C 3.145/4:967/v.4/no.2Finances of Special Districts
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C 3.145/4:967/v.4/no.3Finances of County Government
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C 3.145/4:967/v.4/no.4Finances of Municipalities and Township Governments
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C 3.145/4:967/v.4/no.5Compendium of Government Finances
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C 3.145/4:967/v.5Local Government in Metropolitan Areas
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C 3.145/4:967/v.6/no.1Popularly Elected Officials of State and Local Governments
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C 3.145/4:967/v.6/no.2Employee-Retirement Systems of State and Local Governments
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C 3.145/4:967/v.6/no.3State Reports on State and Local Government Finances
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C 3.145/4:967/v.6/no.4State Payments to Local Governments
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C 3.145/4:967/v.6/no.5Historical Statistics on Governmental Finances and Employment
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C 3.145/4:967/v.6/no.7Graphic History
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C 3.145/4:967/V.7/NO.1Census of Governments: Alabama
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C 3.145/4:967/V.7/NO.2Census of Governments: Alaska
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C 3.145/4:967/V.7/NO.3Census of Governments: Arizona
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C 3.145/4:967/V.7/NO.4Census of Governments: Arkansas
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C 3.145/4:967/V.7/NO.5Census of Governments: California
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C 3.145/4:967/V.7/NO.6Census of Governments: Colorado
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C 3.145/4:967/V.7/NO.7Census of Governments: Connecticut
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