1. 1998-01-09 This Vol. 2 of 3 identifies a variety of resources including original documents, articles or bibliographies first published in print form, and home pages of various individuals and organizations. 72 pages
  2. This booklet included a brief history of crops commonly grown in the nineteenth century explain how they came to be grown in the United States and give more familiarity with each crop. Listed under each crop are some varieties that were grown regularly in nineteenth century gardens and that are...
  3. Tiny dried beans with the grand name of Cherokee Trail of Tears, melons with a fanciful moniker like Moon and Stars. Parsnips, raised underground in Wisconsin, with the tropical scent of coconut. Green tomatoes that taste ripe and wonderful. They're all heirloom vegetables--old-time varieties...
  4. 2011-10-04 Tired of genetically modified food? Every day, Americans are moving more toward eating natural, locally grown food that is free of pesticides and preservatives-and there is no better way to ensure this than to grow it yourself. Anyone can start a garden, whether in a backyard or on a city...
  5. 1998-01-09 This Vol 1 of 3 is an annoted bibliography identifying a variety of resources including articles and bibliogrphies first published in print form and home pages of varous indidviuals and organizations. 2 copies 135 pages
  6. 1998-01-09 This Vol 3 (Historical Supplement) of 3, is an annoted bibliography on the vegetable and fruit varieties once grown in North America temperate -zone gardens, and thus serving as ancestors to today's existing "heirlooms". In addition, it focuses on historical aspects of garden vegetables and...