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" ... exceptions, these women are concerned with the business of farming simply as a result of chance. It was not their choice to be farmers. Nearly all were wives or daughters of farmers and inherited their farms. About half of those who own farms continue... "
Vocations for the Trained Woman: Opportunities Other Than Teaching - Page 135
by Agnes Frances Perkins - 1910 - 296 pages
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Pamphlets on Forestry in New York, Volume 2

Forests and forestry - 1912
...farms. About half of those who own farms continue to make the farm their home rather than rent it. A few of these women have taken up the business of farming...made by these women would undoubtedly be greater. A much greater proportion of the women than of the men rent their farms in preference to assuming the...
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Report of the New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell ..., Issue 24

New York State College of Agriculture, Cornell University. Agricultural Experiment Station - Agriculture - 1912
Vols. issued in Albany include reports on both experimental and extension work, as well as research and extension publications issued during the year. Vols issued in Ithaca ...
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Annual Report of the New York State College of ..., Volume 24, Part 1911

New York State College of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1912
...farms. About half of those who own farms continue to make the farm their home rather than rent it. A few of these women have taken up the business of farming...made by these women would undoubtedly be greater. A much greater proportion of the women than of the men rent their farms in preference to assuming the...
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