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Agriculture.
     Everyday Life.
Box 164; Folder 4; Blue corn raised by Indians 9/13/1802; Melons raised by Indians 9/14/1802; Tobacco raised on St. Clair River by Denke 9/29/1802.

Agriculture.
     Everyday Life.
Box 162; Folder 7; Hemp - advantages of cultivation discussed 5/28/1803; Folder 4; Wheelbarrow replaced by wagon with wooden wheels 9/5/1801; Better sythes brought by Schnall 9/5/1801; Cribs for storing corn instead of attics 10/10/1801.

Agriculture.
     Everyday Life.
Box 162; Folder 3; Peach trees in danger of frost 5/9/1800; Tobacco and cabbage 6/20/1800; Tobacco and beans 9/2/1800; Mignonette and stock 11/22/1800; Folder 4; Lettuce in missionary's garden 5/22/1801.

Agriculture.
     Everyday Life.
Box 162; Folder 1; Wheat culture progressing slowly for lack of implements 9/10/1798; Timothy grass cultivated with good success 10/1/1798; Folder 2; Method of braiding the corn in strings for storage 10/17/1799.

Agriculture.
     Everyday Life.
Box 162; Folder 12; Currants not to be stolen from missionary's garden 7/20/1807; Cabbage raised in quantities at Fairfield 10/7/1807.

Agriculture.
     Everyday Life.
Box 162; Folder 14; Condition of fields and orchards along Mohawk River 6/11/1801; Conditions around Utica and Rome, N.Y. 6/18/1801; Situation in Thames R. area described 7/19/1801.

Agriculture.
     Everyday Life.
Box 162; Folder 6; Rhubarb - different species 5/20/1802; Seeding of clover among wheat not found profitable 7/21/1802.

Agriculture.
     Everyday Life.
Box 162; Folder 6; Flax raised at Fairfield 10/1/1802; Peaches first ripe crop at Fairfield 10/3/1802; Folder 7; Smoke fires to protect blossoming fruit-trees from frost 5/1/1803.

Agriculture.
     Everyday Life.
Box 153; Folder 2; Corn stored underground 5/29/1787.

Agriculture.
     Everyday Life.
Box 161; Folder 3; Plows first introduced among Indians 10/25/1797; Folder 5; Advantage of hoeing over plowing 6/16/1798; Wheat first planted by Christian Indians in the west 7/26/1798.

Agriculture.
     Everyday Life.
Box 164; Folder 6; Storage pits for corn described 7/31/1804; Folder 8; Watermelons weighting 20-25 lb. 11/27/1805; Folder 13; Plough found out to be a labor-saving device in clearing land #7 5/28/1806.

Agriculture.
     Everyday Life.
also fruit-raising, gardening.

Agriculture: Farm Products.
     Everyday Life.
Box 133; Folder 2; Beans, squash, to be traded for deer meat 8/11/1769.

Agriculture: Farm Products.
     Everyday Life.
Box 114; Folder 2; Akrithes made by Indian women 10/11/1750; Folder 4; Acritches 9/3/1751.

Agriculture: Farm Products.
     Everyday Life.
Box 116; Folder 5; Parsnips raised at Gnadenhütten 4/5/1749.

Agriculture: Farm Products.
     Everyday Life.
Box 171; Folder 9; Peachtrees planted for the purpose of making brandy 5/31/1802.

Agriculture: Farm Products.
     Everyday Life.
Box 111; Folder 1; Agritgens made by the women 8/20/1744; Agritanis 9/14/1745.

Agriculture: Farm Products.
     Everyday Life.
Box 131; Folder 7; Buckwheat 10/12/1770; Cascotes 10/13/1770.

Agriculture: Farm Products.
     Everyday Life.
Box 116; Folder 4; Flax raised at Gnadenhütten 12/21/1748.

Agriculture: Farm Products.
     Everyday Life.
Box 131; Folder 6; Squashes (Quaschis) and corn 8/11/1769.

Agriculture: Farm Products.
     Everyday Life.
Box 124; Folder 3; "Guschgutes" (Geskundhak, pumpkin?) 8/3/1762.

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