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Author: George Washington; Arthur Young
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Letters from Washington to the English agriculturalist concerning farming methods, crops, stock, weather, soil conditions, labor costs, taxes, and Washington's plan to subdivide and rent the majority of his Mount Vernon land. Also included are Young's letter initiating the correspondence, a printed map of Mount Vernon from a drawing by Washington, and engraved portraits of Washington, Young, and Francis Russell, 5th  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters
Maps
Portraits
Named Person: George Washington; George Washington
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: George Washington; Arthur Young
OCLC Number: 122490140
Notes: Spine title: The Washington correspondence with Arthur Young.
Description: 1 volume (18 items) ; 33 cm
Other Titles: Washington correspondence with Arthur Young.

Abstract:

Letters from Washington to the English agriculturalist concerning farming methods, crops, stock, weather, soil conditions, labor costs, taxes, and Washington's plan to subdivide and rent the majority of his Mount Vernon land. Also included are Young's letter initiating the correspondence, a printed map of Mount Vernon from a drawing by Washington, and engraved portraits of Washington, Young, and Francis Russell, 5th Duke of Bedford.
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