Boston Cultivator

The Boston Cultivator was a successful New England agricultural paper which ran from the late 1830's until well after the Civil War. In addition to a primary focus on farming-related matters, the paper also devoted considerable space to material of general interest to the family, including regional news, advice columns, serialized fiction and poetry. Much of the content was original to the paper, but material was also reprinted from other publications, both domestic and international.

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