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Cotton: the chemical, geological, and meteorological conditions involved in its successful cultivation. With an account of the actual conditions and practice of culture in the southern or cotton states of North America.

Author: John William Mallet
Publisher: London, Chapman and Hall, 1862.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Mallet, John William.
Cotton.
London, Chapman and Hall, 1862
(OCoLC)793571973
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John William Mallet
OCLC Number: 5432922
Description: xvi, 183, [1] pages color frontispiece, folded map, diagrams 19 cm
Responsibility: By Dr. John William Mallet.

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