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Smith, Stephen; Wilkinson, J. Grains for the Grangers, Discussing All Points Bearing Upon the Farmers' Movement for the Emancipation of White Slaves from the Slave-Power of Monopoly . Philadelphia: John E. Potter and Company, 1873. [format: book], [genre: essay; history; letter; narrative; poetry]. Permission: Northern Illinois University
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Chapter IX. Grains from the Granaries. Extracts from Essays and Addresses, Accepted by the Patrons of Husbandry. The Primary Cause. Railway Rates. The Real Extortion. In Our Own House. The "Middlers." The "Little Bull Law!" On Corporations. A Scare! The Infant Pig. King Caucus. By an Ohio Patron. Blades of Grass. By a Kansas Patron. Old Parties or New. By a Master. Wanted! A Name. By Taylor's Boy. History of the Grab. By Patron James. Their Profits. By a Boston Patron.
Chapter XV. Bands for the Binders. At Princeton. Bureau's Demand. About Ann Eliza Jones. The Wisconsin Farmers. Their Resolves. The Minnesota Farmers. The Indiana Grangers. At the South. Consistency. A Last Word.