How the Farmer Can Save His Sweet Potatoes and Ways of Preparing It for the Table, January 1925 (2nd ed.)

Summary

George Washington Carver directed the agricultural Experiment Station at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. As part of his work, Carver wrote what he called "threefold" agricultural bulletins, with information for farmers, teachers, and housewives. Carver advocated that Southern farmers grow sweet potatoes: they helped nitrogenate depleted soils, were nutritious, and kept well.

George Washington Carver directed the agricultural Experiment Station at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. As part of his work, Carver wrote what he called "threefold" agricultural bulletins, with information for farmers, teachers, and housewives. Carver advocated that Southern farmers grow sweet potatoes: they helped nitrogenate depleted soils, were nutritious, and kept well.

Artifact

Bulletin

Date Made

January 1925

Collection Title

Book Collection 

Location

Not on exhibit to the public.

Object ID

91.0.122.7

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Technique

Printing (Process)

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Height: 9 in

Width: 6 in

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