By: Brian Donahue
344 pages, 40 b/w illus, 12 col maps
The farmers of colonial New England have been widely accused of farming extensively, neglecting manure, wearing out their land, and moving on. This work offers a history of the early farming practices of Concord, Massachusetts, and challenges the long-standing notion that colonial husbandry degraded the land.
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