Published August 1, 2003
by Heritage Books Inc. .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||542|
The Boston Cultivator - Kindle edition by Fitch, Elaine. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Boston Cultivator. Boston Cultivator, v. X, no. 3, Saturday Morning, Janu , [Incomplete]. OC p.: ill. Weekly. Continuous pagination. Title from cover. BOSTON MASS USA. CONDITION: Poor, lots of marks, stains, tears. See photos. Size: 13" across x 18 3/4" tall. • Professional Service. Otis Brewer: Publisher. The Boston Cultivator was a successful New England agricultural paper which ran from the late 's until well after the Civil War. In addition to a primary focus on farming-related matters, the paper also devoted considerable space to material of general interest to the family, including regional news, advice columns, serialized fiction and poetry.
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The bustling port of Boston had much news of interest, from social occasions to fires, crime and shipping. Rampant were diseases such as consumption, cholera, typhoid fever and rabies. Social issues included equal rights for women, prison reform, education, and drug and alcohol abuse. The vital records of births, deaths and marriages are a wonderful resource for family historians. The articles. Boston: Otis Brewer Subjects: Popular literature > United States > 19th century > Periodicals. Genre/Form: Newspapers: Additional Physical Format: Boston cultivator (Boston, Mass.: ) (DLC)sn (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Newspaper. Books. Only items with images. General search Earliest year Latest year Sort by Collection Object name Object number Place Only items with images. General search Earliest year Latest year Sort by Reference Code Title Place.