Upon a land of corn.
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Upon a land of corn. by Joy King Gannett

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Published by Belmont-Meade in Chicago .
Written in English

Book details:

LC ClassificationsPZ4.G1942 Up
The Physical Object
Pagination224 p.
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5822118M
LC Control Number61008529

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This book describes the parts of the corn plant, discusses the varieties, how they can thrive in different climates, tells us about the history of popcorn and how it is popped, you'll learn about its planting and growing cycle, how the plant reproduces, how it is harvested (by hand or by combine), the leading corn areas (around the world and in the states), how "improved farming techniques have increased corn /5(8). The book of corn; a complete treatise upon the culture, marketing and uses of maize in America and elsewhere, for farmers, dealers, manufacturers and others- a comprehensive manual upon the production, sale, use and commerce of the world's greatest cropPages: Display Title: Beulah Land First Line: I've reached the land of corn and wine Tune Title: [I've reached the land of corn and wine] Author: Edgar P. Stites Scripture: Genesis . The book of corn; a complete treatise upon the culture, marketing and uses of maize in America and elsewhere, for farmers, dealers, manufacturers and others--a comprehensive manual upon the production, sale use and commerece of the world's greatest crop. By. Myrick, Herbert, , ed. Type. BookBook Edition: 2d Rev. Ed.

Interesting book about the origins of corn. Love the color use in this book and would recommend for older children 6 and older. It's a bit long for the preschool age. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Debra M. out of 5 stars Lots of great information and illustrations/5(26). Upon all these accounts, therefore, we may rest assured that equal quantities of corn will, in every state of society, in every stage of improvement, more nearly represent, or be equivalent to, equal quantities of labour than equal quantities of any other part of the rude produce of land. Corn, accordingly, it has already been observed, is, in. The Story of Corn is a unique compendium, drawing upon history and mythology, science and art, anecdote and image, personal narrative and epic to tell the extraordinary story of the grain that built the New World. Corn transformed the way the entire world eats, providing a hardy, inexpensive alternative to rice or wheat and cheap fodder for livestock and finding its way/5. When Israel entered into their promise land, they began to eat the old corn of the land. The manna they had lived on in the wilderness ceased to be supplied by God. The old corn represents that which has matured in the heat of the summer.

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