The day of the bonanza: a history of bonanza farming in the Red River Valley of the North
The conquest of the West includes some of the most dramatic episodes in the history of the United States. The successful experiment of bonanza farming in the Red River Valley of Minnesota in the latter part of the nineteenth century is an important facet of this ever-moving frontier. This book reviews and describes the giant bonanza farms.
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Developments Leading to the North Dakota Bonanza
The Northern Pacific Land Grant with Its Influence Upon
James B Power and the Rise of the Bonanza Farms
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