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The contents of this book are six lectures that were delivered to the Girard, Kansas, Grange by Colonel Percy Daniels, a civil engineer. The chapters correspond to individual speeches with titles such as "The Condition of Agriculture," "The Cause, a Living Octopus and a Dead Industry," "The Cause, The Annual Penalty Imposed on Labor," Our Idolatry--the Golden Calf," "The Remedy," and "American Despots to the Rear." Reviews of various lectures as well as some addition materials are included. Daniels later served as a Populist Lieutenant Governor of Kansas. Dates in the publication range from 1889 through 1891. It was published by Western Herald Print of Girard, Kansas.

Creator: Daniels, Percy
Date: 1889--1891

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A Crisis for the Husbandman - Title Page-Lecture 1

Item Number: 207833
Call Number: K 329.84 P39 Pam. v. 3 no.3a
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 207833

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