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Archives of the Agricultural Experience: Farmer's Advocate


Farmer's Advocate

Collection Description

Farmer’s Advocate was not only for farmers, it was also known as a home journal.  It was a Winnipeg publication.  There were articles pertaining to stock, dairy, poultry, horticulture, and more, a home journal section with articles on life, literature, and education, market prices for grains, advertisements, a children’s corner, an editorial section, and a section called "The Quiet Hour", which was a short story. 


Collection Reference: -
Inclusive Dates: 1893-1934
Collection Contents: 34 volumes
Access Conditions: None