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Save the boy crop to make the corn crop address ... at a banquet given by the Fauquier County Board of Trade, at Warrenton, Va., February 21, 1913. by William W. Finley

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Published in [n.p .
Written in English

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  • Rural-urban migration -- United States,
  • Agricultural laborers -- Education

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Open LibraryOL19757662M

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