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Title  Extraordinary Diversity of Fruit
Publisher  Woodland, Calif. : Democrat Press
Date  [ca. 1910]
Description  11 pages ; 6 3/4 x 10 1/4 in.
Subject(s)  Woodland Chamber of Commerce (7), Agricultural laborers (60), Agricultural machinery and implements (79), Farming--California--Yolo County (14), Fruit industry--California--Yolo County (6), Orchards--California--Yolo County (10), Yolo County (Calif.) (73)

Advertisements (100), Pamphlets (79)

Summary  11 pages from a booklet published under the direction of the Woodland Chamber of Commerce promoting Yolo County. Text discusses the variety of fruit and nuts produced in Yolo County. Illustrations include peach drying yard, date bearing palms, orchards in Capay Valley, Berry Vale gardens near Plainfield, prune and raisin drying yards, almond orchard, and harvesting of alfalfa. In: "Resources of Yolo County", pages 23-33.
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* F868.Y5 R47 1910

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