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Marketing and Farm Credits; A Collection of Papers and Documents Read at the Fourth Annual Session of the National Conference on Marketing and Farm Credits, In Chicago, At the Hotel Sherman, December 4-9, 1916

By National Conference On Marketing and Farm Credits (Th : Chicago)

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Title: Marketing and Farm Credits; A Collection of Papers and Documents Read at the Fourth Annual Session of the National Conference on Marketing and Farm Credits, In Chicago, At the Hotel Sherman, December 4-9, 1916  
Author: National Conference On Marketing and Farm Credits (Th : Chicago)
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Language: English
Subject: Farm produce -- Marketing Congresses, Agricultural credit -- United States, Produce
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1917
Publisher: Madison, W.I.; The National Conference On Marketing and Farm Credits

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On Marketing And Farm Credits (4Th, N. C., 1916,, & Chicago),. (1917). Marketing and Farm Credits; A Collection of Papers and Documents Read at the Fourth Annual Session of the National Conference on Marketing and Farm Credits, In Chicago, At the Hotel Sherman, December 4-9, 1916. Retrieved from http://www.self.gutenberg.org/


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Purpose and scope of conference.--The Federal farm loan act and personal credit.--Land settlement and immigration.--Marketing of livestock.--Marketing of grain and cheese.--The organization of agriculture.--Business proceedings

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