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Tennessee: its agricultural & mineral wealth

with an appendix, showing the extent, value and accessibility of its ores, with analyses of the same

by Tennessee. Bureau of agriculture, statistics and mines

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Published by Travel, Eastman & Howell, printers in Nashville .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsKillebrew, Joseph Buckner, 1831-1906
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF436 .T26
The Physical Object
Pagination196 p.
Number of Pages196
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24364674M
LC Control Number01001281

The Spanish economic pattern of New World settlement was originally driven by the extraction of mineral wealth, first gold from the Caribbean and then silver from Mexico and Peru, later moving to agricultural exploitation, while the Portuguese proceeded in the reverse order, first pioneering the growing of sugar on plantations and only later. The population of the county is ab, and is increasing. There is an agricultural and mechanical association, and its efforts are highly promising. The October fair, held under its auspices, was a splendid success, eclipsing in the variety and excellence of .

The placing of books into poorer rural homes soon led to other relief work delivered an address to describe "the drawbacks to agriculture in Tennessee" in the wake Montgomery County: Its Agricultural and Mineral Wealth (Clarksville, ), which was .   In the 18th and 19th centuries, wealth was massive relative to income and much of it took the form of agricultural land. Over the course of the 19th century, the relative value of agricultural.

Tennessee has a wealth of natural resources. Much of its climate and soil is suitable for both crops and grazing. For manufacturing there is abundant hydroelectric power and coal and other minerals. About half of the land is timbered. The chief commercial trees are hardwoods (oak and hickory). Protest against new mining projects across Latin America are increasingly being quashed, according to NGOs. Mining of the raw materials is also fomenting social and political unrest.


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