Held at the Briscoe Center for American History: The Natchez Trace Collection; Southern History Archival Collections; The Littlefield Rare Book and Pamphlet Collection; The Littlefield Map Collection; The Southern Newspaper Collection; The Charles Ramsdell Microfilm Collection
The Zeno P. Metcalf Papers contain information about Metcalf's personal and professional life. The majority of the collection is in the vast Insect Order Homoptera Literature series which was Metcalf's personal accumulation of books, pamphlets, journals, bibliographies, studies, and catalogues from around the world. These materials range in publication dates from 1746 through 1955, though the bulk of the collection dates from the nineteenth century.
CRL provides a wealth of historic agriculture information on the history of agriculture and agricultural education worldwide. Find books, dissertations, government documents, serials (newspapers, journals), and textbooks. MSU is a member of the Center so materials are available to you (on request via ILL/Scan and Deliver if not digitally).
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Search for early-19th to mid-20th century texts on agriculture economics and engineering, crop protection, food science, butrition, soil science, rural sociology, forestry, nutrition, and animal science.
Find USDA sources suitable for primary and secondary research, including information on produce markets, rural development, historic organic agricultural and pesticides, among other topics, 1862 to present
The Farm, Field and Fireside collection contains historically significant U.S. farm weeklies published in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. These titles document a time of transition in American agriculture, politics, family life, and technology. (Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections)
Collection containing digitized versions of selected primary research materials, including photographs, diaries, correspondence, artifacts, and printed materials relating to the Biltmore Estate Forest and the career of Carl A. Schenck, from NCSU Libraries and the Forest History Society.
Living off the Land is a digital resource that features original images and other documents relating to North Carolina's agricultural history and economy. The project highlights some of the rich, educational resources available in North Carolina State University Libraries Special Collections Research Center (SCRC). Among the topics included in this collection are education, history, economics, culture, entomology, cultivation, tobacco, and crop science.
AgNIC provides agricultural information collected by the National Agricultural Library (NAL), land-grant universities and other governmental and non-governmental agricultural organizations. It is an Internet portal to agricultural information that provides both subject content and expertise in agricultural topics.