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vegetables, and their value for cultivation in this climate. lustrated. Colored plates. Toronto. 1872. [c. 1872.] James Campbell & Son. pp. xvi+391. 9x6.
THE FRUIT-CULTIVATOR'S MANUAL; containing ample directions for the cultivation of the most important fruits, including the cranberry, the fig, and grape, with descriptive lists of the most admired varieties. And a calendar, showing the work necessary to be done in the orchard and fruit-garden every month of the year. The whole adapted to the climate of the United States. Portrait. New York. 1845. [c. 1844.] A. Hanford. 175. 72 x 42.
BRINCKLE, WILLIAM D., Editor.
HOFFY'S NORTH AMERICAN POMOLOGIST; containing numerous finely colored drawings, accompanied by letter press descriptions, etc., of fruits of American origin. Portrait. Book No. I. Philadelphia. 1860. [c. 1860.] Prepared and published by A. Hoffy. pp. vi+44. 1034 x 8.
COLE, S. W.
THE AMERICAN FRUIT-BOOK; containing directions for raising, propagating, and managing fruit-trees, shrubs, and plants; with a description of the best varieties of fruit, including new and valuable kinds; embellished and illustrated with numerous engravings of fruits, trees, insects, grafting, budding, training, etc., etc. Eighteenth thousand. Boston. 1850. [n. c.] John P. Jewett & Co.; New York. C. M. Saxton. pp. 288. 6x4.
COLLINGWOOD, H. W.
FERTILIZERS AND FRUIT. A trip among growers in the famous Hudson River fruit district. Best quality in fruit. New York. 1893. [c. 1893.] The Rural Publishing Co. pp. 27. 71⁄2 x5. [The Rural Library, Vol. I., No. 25, Dec.]
A VIEW OF THE CULTIVATION OF FRUIT TREES, AND THE MANAGEMENT OF ORCHARDS AND CIDER; with accurate descriptions of the most estimable varieties of native and foreign apples, pears, peaches, plums, and cherries, cultivated in the Middle States of America; illustrated by cuts of two hundred kinds of fruits of the natural size; intended to explain some of the errors which exist relative to the origin, popular names, and character of many of our fruits; to identify them by accurate
descriptions of their properties, and correct delineations of the full size and natural formation of each variety; and to exhibit a system of practice adapted to our climate, in the successive stages of a nursery, orchard, and cider establishment. Philadelphia. 1817. [c. 1817.] Published by M. Carey & Son. D. Allinson, printer. pp. iv+268. 84 x 51⁄2. CREIGHTON, W. O.
FRUIT-GROWING FOR PROFIT; comprising a complete history of apple culture, from the time the seeds are planted until the proceeds are pocketed. With chapters on the plum, pear, cherry, strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, currant and gooseberry. Halifax, N. S. 1891. [n. c.] Nova Scotia Printing Co. pp. 52. 81⁄2 x 52.
DOWNING, A. J.
THE FRUITS AND FRUIT TREES OF AMERICA; or the culture, propagation, and management, in the garden and orchard, of fruit trees generally; with descriptions of all the finest varieties of fruit, native and foreign, cultivated in this country. Illustrated with many engravings. New York and London. 1845. [c. 1845.] Wiley & Putnam. pp. xiv +594. 8x5.
- Same (6th ed.), 1846. [c. 1845.]
pp. xiv +594.
Same (7th ed.), 1847. [c. 1845.] pp. xiv +594.
8 x 5. 8 x 5.
1847. [c. 1845.]
Same (9th ed.) 1849. [c. 1845.] John Wiley. pp. xiv +594. 8 x 5.
-Same, revised and corrected by Charles Downing. 1860. [c. 1857]. John Wiley. pp. xiii+760. 8x5.
- Same, 1864. [c. 1857.] pp. xix+760. 8 x 5.
-Same, second revision and correction, with large additions, including the appendices of 1872 to 1881, and containing many new varieties, by Charles Downing, with nearly 400 outline illustrations of fruit. 1890. [c. 1872.] John Wiley & Sons. pp. xxiv +1,098+ ix+189. 91⁄2 x 6.
-Same, appendices I., II., III. 1881. 9x534.
[c. 1881.] pp. xii+189.
ELLIOTT, F. R.
FRUIT BOOK; or, the American fruit-grower's guide in orchard and garden. Being a compend of the history, modes of propagation, culture, etc., of fruit trees and shrubs, with descriptions of nearly all the varieties of fruits cultivated in this country;
notes of their adaptation to localities and soils, and also a complete list of fruits worthy of cultivation. Illustrated. New York. 1854. [c. 1854]. C. M. Saxton. pp. ix+503. 8x5. -Same, THE WESTERN FRUIT-BOOK;
new edition, revised, en-
larged and improved.
New York. 71⁄2 x 5.
ELLIOTT, F. R.
HAND-BOOK FOR FRUIT-GROWERS; containing a short history of fruits and their value, instructions as to soils and locations, how to grow from seeds, how to bud and graft, the making of cuttings, pruning, best age for transplanting, etc., etc. With a list of varieties suited to climate. Illustrated. Made for those who grow fruit for their own use. New edition, enlarged. Rochester. [c. 1876.] Rochester Lithographing Co. No date. pp. 144.
ELLIOTT, WILLIAM R.
PRACTICAL AND COMPREHENSIVE TREATISE ON FRUIT AND FLORAL CULTURE, and a few hints on landscape gardening. Illustrated. n. d. [Philadelphia advertisements interspersed.]
AN EPITOME OF MR. FORSYTH'S TREATISE ON THE CULTURE AND MANAGEMENT OF FRUIT TREES. Also, notes on American gardening and fruits; with designs for promoting the ripening of fruits and securing them as family comforts; and further, of economical principles in building farmers' habitations. By an American farmer. Philadelphia. 1803. [n. c.] Printed by T. L. Plowman for John Morgan. pp. 186+6. 81⁄2 x5.
A TREATISE ON THE CULTURE AND MANAGEMENT OF FRUIT TREES; in which a new method of pruning and training is fully described. Together with observations on the diseases, defects, and injuries in all kinds of fruit and forest trees; as also, an account of a particular method of cure, made public by order of the British government. To which are added an introduction and notes, adapting the rules of the treatise to the climate and seasons of the United States of America. By William Cobbett. Plate. New York. 1802. [n. c.] Ezra Sargeant & Co. pp.. viii+259. 81⁄2 x 5. -Same. Albany. 1803.
[n. c.] D. & S. Whiting. pp. xii+280.
84x54. Contains at the close a commendatory letter from Peter W. Yates, of Albany.
FULLER, ANDREW S.
THE PROPAGATION OF PLANTS; giving the principles which govern the development and growth of plants, their botanical affinities and peculiar properties; also, descriptions of the process by which varieties and species are crossed or hybridized, and the many different methods by which cultivated plants may be propagated and multiplied. Illustrated with numerous engravings. New York. 1887. [c. 1887.] Orange Judd Co., David W. Judd, president. pp. x+349. 71⁄2 x 5.
THE NORTHERN FRUIT CULTURIST; or, the farmer's guide to the orchard and fruit garden. Illustrated. Burlington. 1849. [c. 1849.] Chauncey Goodrich. pp. xii+108. 71⁄2 x41⁄2.
GREEN, C. A.
GREEN'S FOUR BOOKS, devoted to: 1. How we made the old farm pay. 2. Peach culture. 3. How to propagate fruit-plants, vines and trees. 4. General fruit instructor. Illustrated. Rochester, N. Y. 1897. [c. 1895.] Green's Nursery Co. pp. 119. 9x6. [New edition of 1897.]
GREEN, C. A.
GREEN'S SIX Books, devoted to apple culture, pear culture, plum and cherry culture, raspberry and blackberry culture, grape culture, strawberry, currant, gooseberry and persimmon culture. Illustrated. Rochester, N. Y. 1896. [c. 1894.] Green's Nursery Co., N. Y. pp. 142. 9x6. [New edition of 1896.]
GREEN, CHAS. A.
HOW TO PROPAGATE AND GROW FRUIT; editor of Green's Fruit Grower. Two colored plates. Over fifty illustrations. Rochester, N. Y. n. d. [c. 1885.] pp. 80. 94 x 6.
GREEN, SAMUEL B.
AMATEUR FRUIT GROWING; a practical guide to the growing of fruit for home use and the market. Written with special reference to colder climates. Illustrated. Minneapolis. 1894. [c. 1893.] Farm, Stock and Home Publishing Co. pp. 132. 71⁄2 x 5.
GURNEY, C. W. NORTHWESTERN POMOLOGY; a treatise on the growing and care of trees, fruits and flowers in the northwestern states. Con
cord, Nebraska. 1894. [c. 1894.] Pub. by Author.
FLORIDA FRUITS, AND HOW TO RAISE THEM. Revised and enlarged edition, with elaborate index of subjects. Louisville, Ky. 1866. [c. 1866.] John P. Morton & Co. pp. 347. 8x54.
HOOPER, E. J.
HOOPER'S WESTERN FRUIT-BOOK; a compendious collection of facts, from the notes and experience of successful fruit culturists, arranged for practical use in the orchard and garden. Colored plates. Cincinnati. 1857. [c. 1857.] Moore, Wilstach, Keys
& Co. pp. x+333. 8x5. -Same, 3rd edition, completely revised. 1858. [c. 1857.] pp. x+355. 8x5.
HOVEY, C. M.
THE FRUITS OF AMERICA; containing richly colored figures, and full descriptions of all the choicest varieties cultivated in the United States. Boston. Vol. I., pub. by C. C. Little and James Brown, and Hovey & Co.; New York, D. Appleton & Co. n. d. [c. 1851.] pp. 100. Vol. II., Boston, Hovey & Co., 1856. [c. 1851]. pp. 96; also pp. 24 of Vol. III., but no title. 111⁄2 x 8. [In Cornell Univ. library.]
HOW TO GROW FRUIT, FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES;
and the lan
guage of flowers. New York. Norman L. Munro. No date. 160. Paper. pp. 68.
IVES, JOHN M.
See Manning, Robert. The New England Fruit-Book. JAQUES, GEORGE.
A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE MANAGEMENT OF FRUIT TREES; with descriptive lists of the most valuable fruits for general cultivation; adapted to the interior of New England. Worcester. 1849. [c. 1849.] Erastus N. Tucker. pp. 256. 634 x 42. [Bound as Jaques' N. E. Fruit Trees.]
ART OF PROPAGATION; a hand-book for nurserymen, florists, gardeners, and everybody. Illustrated. Winona, Columbia Co., Ohio. 1886. [c. 1876.] Jenkins' Grape and Seedling Nursery. pp. 31. 9 x 6.
THE NEW AMERICAN ORCHARDIST; or, an account of the most