Chapters in Rural Progress
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Chapters in Rural Progress

By Kenyon L. (Kenyon Leech) Butterfield
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  • CHAPTERS IN RURAL PROGRESS
  • THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
    • Agents
      • THE BAKER & TAYLOR COMPANY NEW YORK
      • THE CUNNINGHAM, CURTISS & WELCH COMPANY LOS ANGELES
      • THE CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS LONDON AND EDINBURGH
      • THE MARUZEN-KABUSHIKI-KAISHA TOKYO, OSAKA, KYOTO, FUKUOKA, SENDAI
      • THE MISSION BOOK COMPANY SHANGHAI
      • KARL W. HIERSEMANN LEIPZIG
      • Copyright 1907 By The University of Chicago
      • All Rights Reserved
      • Published Febraury 1908 Second Impression June 1909 Third Impression May 1911 Fourth Impression February 1913 Fifth Impression October 1916
      • Composed and Printed By The University of Chicago Press Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
    • THE BAKER & TAYLOR COMPANY NEW YORK
    • THE CUNNINGHAM, CURTISS & WELCH COMPANY LOS ANGELES
    • THE CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS LONDON AND EDINBURGH
    • THE MARUZEN-KABUSHIKI-KAISHA TOKYO, OSAKA, KYOTO, FUKUOKA, SENDAI
    • THE MISSION BOOK COMPANY SHANGHAI
    • KARL W. HIERSEMANN LEIPZIG
    • Copyright 1907 By The University of Chicago
    • All Rights Reserved
    • Published Febraury 1908 Second Impression June 1909 Third Impression May 1911 Fourth Impression February 1913 Fifth Impression October 1916
    • Composed and Printed By The University of Chicago Press Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
    • TO MY FATHER IRA HOWARD BUTTERFIELD
      • WHOSE CONSTANT CONCERN FOR RURAL WELFARE AND LIFE-LONG SERVICE TO RURAL INTERESTS HAVE BEEN ONE OF THE CHIEF INCENTIVES TO THE STUDIES LYING BEHIND THIS BOOK
    • WHOSE CONSTANT CONCERN FOR RURAL WELFARE AND LIFE-LONG SERVICE TO RURAL INTERESTS HAVE BEEN ONE OF THE CHIEF INCENTIVES TO THE STUDIES LYING BEHIND THIS BOOK
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
    • INTRODUCTION
    • THE OUTLOOK
    • AGENCIES OF PROGRESS
    • FORWARD STEPS
  • INTRODUCTION
  • CHAPTER I
    • THE STUDY OF RURAL LIFE
  • CHAPTER II
    • THE PROBLEMS OF PROGRESS[1]
      • WHAT IS THE FARM PROBLEM?
      • RURAL ISOLATION
      • FARMERS' ORGANIZATION
      • RURAL EDUCATION
      • THE ETHICAL AND RELIGIOUS PROBLEM
      • FEDERATION OF FORCES
      • CONCLUSION
    • WHAT IS THE FARM PROBLEM?
    • RURAL ISOLATION
    • FARMERS' ORGANIZATION
    • RURAL EDUCATION
    • THE ETHICAL AND RELIGIOUS PROBLEM
    • FEDERATION OF FORCES
    • CONCLUSION
    • FOOTNOTE:
  • THE OUTLOOK
  • CHAPTER III
    • THE EXPANSION OF FARM LIFE
  • CHAPTER IV
    • THE NEW FARMER
  • CHAPTER V
    • CULTURE FROM THE CORN LOT[2]
    • FOOTNOTE:
  • THE AGENCIES OF PROGRESS
  • CHAPTER VI
    • EDUCATION FOR THE FARMER
  • CHAPTER VII
    • FARMERS' INSTITUTES
  • CHAPTER VIII
    • THE HESPERIA MOVEMENT
  • CHAPTER IX
    • THE RURAL SCHOOL AND THE COMMUNITY
  • CHAPTER X
    • THE GRANGE
  • CHAPTER XI
    • OPPORTUNITIES FOR FARM WOMEN
  • CHAPTER XII
    • THE COUNTRY CHURCH AND PROGRESS
  • CHAPTER XIII
    • A SUMMARY OF RECENT PROGRESS
  • FORWARD STEPS
  • CHAPTER XIV
    • THE SOCIAL SIDE OF THE FARM QUESTION
  • CHAPTER XV
    • THE NEEDS OF NEW ENGLAND AGRICULTURE
  • CHAPTER XVI
    • AN UNTILLED FIELD IN AMERICAN EDUCATION
  • CHAPTER XVII
    • FEDERATION FOR RURAL PROGRESS
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