Complete digitally restored reprint (facsimile handmade reproduction) of the original edition of 1871 with excellent resolution and outstanding readability. The layout is +20% larger as the original for a better readability. "What I Know of Farming" is a collection of essays written by Horace Greeley for a New York newspaper in 1870, and originally published in this collection in 1871. The historical snapshot this book provides is wonderful. Old but good.
About the Author
Horace Greeley (born February 3, 1811, in Amherst, New Hampshire, died November 29, 1872, in Pleasantville, New York). He was editor of the "New York Tribune", among the great newspapers of its time.