"The best brief introduction to a complex subject. . . . of interest to anyone concerned with present-day issues from agribusiness to water, from gender to Native Americans, and from environmentalism to technology. This book belongs on every western historian's shelf."Martin Ridge, coauthor of Writing the History of the American West
"Provides a great deal of useful and interesting information about a subject that must be understood if one is to understand modern America."Allan G. Bogue, author of From Prairie to Corn Belt
"Examines a range of topics as wide as the region itself. A significant contribution."Hal S. Barron, author of Mixed Harvest: The Second Great Transformation in the Rural North, 1870-1930
"A fresh and impressive collection."David Danbom, author of Born in the Country: A History of Rural America
Author Biography: R. Douglas Hurt is professor and director of the graduate program in agricultural history and rural studies at Iowa State University and editor of the journal Agricultural History. Among his many books are American Agriculture: A Brief History and Indian Agriculture in America.
Contributors: Ann B. W. Effland, Judith Fabry, Mark Friedberger, David Rich Lewis, Harry C. McDean, Paula M. Nelson, Donald J. Pisani, Sandra Schackel, James E. Sherow, Thomas R. Wessel
|Publisher:||University Press of Kansas|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)|