1 edition of History of agriculture and the environment found in the catalog.
History of agriculture and the environment
by Published for the Agricultural History Society by the University of California Press in Berkeley, CA
Written in English
Special symposium issue.
|Statement||edited by Douglas E. Bowers and Douglas Helms.|
|Series||Agricultural history -- vol.66 (2)|
|Contributions||Bowers, Douglas E., Helms, Douglas.|
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