A Long, Deep Furrow: Three Centuries of Farming in New England
A highly readable history and almost encyclopedic reference work, with information on every pertinent aspect of farming and country life. Chronicles the growth of the Northeastern frontier, country life-styles, and the development of farming and agricultural technology throughout the period of colonial settlement, wars, and the mechanical age.
By Howard S. Russell and Mark Lapping. Published by University Press of New England; 1 edition, 1982, 394 pages, softcover.