Red Clover Science

Author: N.L. Taylor
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780792338871
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This book examines the literature on red clover since about 1985. In each of the 17 chapters, an effort was made to summarize the earlier literature and to integrate the recent findings into this background. The timing is appropriate with the present interest in sustainable agriculture, in which red clover was so prominent in the past. This is the first book to be published which deals solely with this important forage species. Audience: Primarily scientists and scientifically trained technicians who will appreciate an up-to-date summary on red clover.

Clover

Author: Karan M. Robinson
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9780738516325
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Although Clover was not founded until the Chester and Narrow-Gauge Railroad built a watering station in the area in the mid-1870s, its rich history dates back to the American Revolution. Kings Mountain State and National Military Parks, commemorating a patriot victory, are just minutes away. Clover's close proximity to Charlotte and the mountains has attracted many to York County, and its warm hometown atmosphere and strong sense of community make it a wonderful place to live. Images of America: Clover celebrates the history and people of Clover, from the early Scotch-Irish settlers to the present, with over 200 black-and-white images of local people, homes, industries, schools, churches, and community events. Readers are invited to contemplate a past filled with steam engines, horse-drawn carriages, and textile mills, while embracing modern-day Clover, including its sister city relationship with Larne in Northern Ireland.

Alsike Clover

Author: A. J. Pieters
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Clover Farming On The Sandy Jack Pine Lands Of The North

Author: Clarence Beaman Smith
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Clover

Author: Dori Sanders
Editor: Algonquin Books
ISBN: 1616203412
Size: 18,25 MB
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Clover Hill is ten years old when her father, the principal of the local elementary school, marries a white woman, Sara Kate. Just hours later, an automobile accident compels Clover to forge a relationship with the new stepmother she hardly knows in this beautiful, enduring novel about a family lost and found. First published by Algonquin in 1990 and winner of the Lillian Smith Award for Southern literature that enhances racial awareness, Clover is a national bestseller and has been recommended reading for classrooms across the country. Now on our thirtieth anniversary we have the pleasure of republishing this Algonquin classic in trade paperback, with an original essay by the author. In the spirit of Cold Sassy Tree and The Secret Life of Bees, Clover is a witty, insightful classic for readers of all ages.

Clover

Author: Susan Coolidge
Editor: tredition
ISBN: 384720405X
Size: 18,87 MB
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This book is part of the TREDITION CLASSICS series. The creators of this series are united by passion for literature and driven by the intention of making all public domain books available in printed format again - worldwide. At tredition we believe that a great book never goes out of style. Several mostly non-profit literature projects provide content to tredition. To support their good work, tredition donates a portion of the proceeds from each sold copy. As a reader of a TREDITION CLASSICS book, you support our mission to save many of the amazing works of world literature from oblivion.

Button Clover

Author: Roland McKee
Editor:
ISBN:
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Sweet Clover

Author: Howard Sheldon Coe
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Clover

Author: Michael Taylor
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1444768328
Size: 14,16 MB
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Clover Adams

Author: Natalie Dykstra
Editor: HMH
ISBN: 0547607903
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A biography of one of the Gilded Age’s most fascinating and mysterious society women that “reads as well as any page-turning novel” (Library Journal). The hidden story of one of the most fascinating women of the Gilded Age Clover Adams, a fiercely intelligent Boston Brahmin, married at twenty-eight to the soon-to-be-eminent American historian Henry Adams. She thrived in her role as an intimate of power brokers in Gilded Age Washington, where she was admired for her wit and taste by such luminaries as Henry James, H. H. Richardson, and Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman. Clover was so clearly possessed, as one friend wrote, “all she wanted, all this world could give.” Yet at the center of her story is a haunting mystery. Why did Clover, having begun in the spring of 1883 to capture her world vividly through photography, end her life less than three years later by drinking a chemical developer she used in the darkroom? The key to the mystery lies, as Natalie Dykstra’s searching account makes clear, in Clover’s photographs themselves. The aftermath of Clover’s death is equally compelling. Dykstra probes Clover’s enduring reputation as a woman betrayed. And, most movingly, she untangles the complex, poignant—and universal—truths of her shining and impossible marriage. For more information, visit www.nataliedykstra.com