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History of American Beekeeping

By: Frank C Pellett(Author)
History of American Beekeeping
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  • History of American Beekeeping ISBN: 9781878075307 Hardback Jan 2013 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Reprint of the 1938 classic. Pellett reviews the development of beekeeping ideas, equipment, tools and processes. There is considerable attention to Langstroth, Doolittle, Root, Dadant and other industry pioneers. Hive types, smokers, extractors, queen rearing, beekeeping organizations and much, much more!

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By: Frank C Pellett(Author)
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