2 edition of History of farming in Ontario found in the catalog.
History of farming in Ontario
Charles Canniff James
|Statement||by C.C. James.|
|LC Classifications||S485C2 J32|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||582|
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A boy farm learner's life in Ontario, Canada: letters to his mother in England. Govt. of Ontario, Emigration to the province of Ontario, Canada.
Canada, Dept. of Agriculture, Carroll, Jock. The farm / photographs by Reuben Sallows and John De Visser. Toronto: Methuen, Farming in Ontario Ontario.
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History of Farming in Ontario. JAMES ( - ) This is a paper on the history of farming in Ontario. It take the reader through the early settlement. Ontario, second largest province of Canada in area, after Quebec.
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