Cotton: Its Uses, Varieties, Fibre Structure, Cultivation, and Preparation for the Market and as an Article of Commerce; also the Manufacture of Cotton-Seed Oil, Cotton-Seed Meal and Fertilizers; with Especial Reference to Cotton Growing, Ginning and Oil Pressing in the United State, C. P. Brooks
Conciliation and Arbitration, R. N. Gilchrist Reviewed by M. B. Hammond
Arbitration and Conciliation in Australasia: The Legal Wage in Victoria and New Zealand, J. Shield Nicholson and Mary Theresa Rankin Reviewed by M. B. Hammond
Baumwollproduktion und Pflanzungswirtschaft in den nordamerikanischen Sudstaaten. Sezessionskrieg und Rekonstruktion, Ernst von Halle Reviewed by M. B. Hammond
The Modern Farmer in his Business Relations, Edward F. Adams Reviewed by M. B. Hammond
Women's Wages in Manual Work., M. B. Hammondmore by this author
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