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Carver Bulletins


LIST OF BULLETINS
BY
GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER

 
NO. 1 1898 EXPERIMENT STATION: FEEDING ACORNS
NO. 2 1898 EXPERIMENT STATION: EXPERIMENTS WITH SWEET POTATOES
NO. 3 1899 EXPERIMENT STATION: FERTILIZER EXPERIMENTS ON COTTON
NO. 4 1901 EXPERIMENT STATION: SOME CEROSPORAE OF MACON CO., AL
NO. 5 1903 EXPERIMENT STATION: COW PEAS

NO. 6 1905 EXPERIMENT STATION: HOW TO BUILD UP WORN OUT SOILS
NO. 7 1905 EXPERIMENT STATION: COTTON GROWING ON SANDY UPLANDS SOILS
NO. 8 1906 EXPERIMENT STATION: SUCCESSFUL YIELDS OF SMALL GRAIN
NO. 9 1906 EXPERIMENT STATION: THE SAN JOSE SCALE IN ALABAMA
NO. 10 1906 EXPERIMENT STATION: SAVING THE SWEET POTATO
 
NO. 11 1908 EXPERIMENT STATION: THE RELATION OF WEATHER & SOIL CONDITIONS TO THE FRUIT INDUSTRY OF SOUTHEASTERN ALABAMA
NO. 12 1907 EXPERIMENT STATION: SAVING THE WILD PLUM CROP
NO. 13 1908 EXPERIMENT STATION: HOW TO COOK COW PEAS
NO. 14 1908 EXPERIMENT STATION: HOW TO MAKE COOTON GROWING PAY
NO. 15 1909 EXPERIMENT STATION: INCREASING THE YIELD IF CORN

NO. 16 1909 EXPERIMENT STATION: SOME ORNAMENTAL PLANTS OF MACON CO., AL
NO. 17 1910 EXPERIMENT STATION: POSSIBILITIES OF THE SWEET POTATO IN MACON CO.
NO. 18 1910 EXPERIMENT STATION: NATURE STUDY & GARDENING FOR RURAL SCHOOLS
NO. 19 1910 EXPERIMENT STATION: SOME POSSIBILITIES OF THE COW PEA IN MACON CO.
NO. 20 1911 EXPERIMENT STATION: COTTON GROWING FOR RURAL SCHOOLS

NO. 21 1911 EXPERIMENT STATION: WHITE & COLOR WASHING WITH NATIVE CLAYS FROM MACON CO., AL
NO. 22 1912 EXPERIMENT STATION: DAIRYING IN CONNECTION WITH FARMING
NO. 23 1912 EXPERIMENT STATION: POULTRY RAISING IN MACON CO., AL
NO. 24 1925 EXPERIMENT STATION: THE PICKLING & CURING OF MEAT IN HOT WEATHER
NO. 25 1913 EXPERIMENT STATION: A STUDY OF THE SOILS OF MACON CO., AL, & THEIR ADAPTABILITY TO CERTAIN CROPS

NO. 26 1915 EXPERIMENT STATION: A NEW & PROLIFIC VARIETY OF COTTON
NO. 27 1915 EXPERIMENT STATION: WHEN, WHAT, & HOW TO CAN & PRESERVE FRUITS & VEGETABLES IN THE HOME
NO. 28 ( ) EXPERIMENT STATION: SMUDGING AN ORCHARD WITH NATIVE MATERIAL IN ALABAMA
NO. 29 1915 EXPERIMENT STATION: ALFALFA
NO. 30 1915 EXPERIMENT STATION: POSSIBILITIES OF THE SWEET POTATO IN MACON CO.

NO. 31 1916 EXPERIMENT STATION: HOW TO GROW THE PEANUT & 105 WAYS OF PREPARING IT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION
NO. 32 1916 EXPERIMENT STATION: THREE DELICIOUS MEALS EVERY DAY FOR THE FARMER
NO. 33 1917 EXPERIMENT STATION: TWELVE WAYS TO MEET THE NEW ECONOMIC CONDITIONS HERE IN THE SOUTH
NO. 34 1917 EXPERIMENT STATION: FORTY-THREE WAYS TO SAVE THE WILD PLUM CROP
NO. 35 1917 EXPERIMENT STATION: HOW TO GROW THE COW PEA & 40 WAYS OF PREPARING IT AS A TABLE DELICACY

NO. 36 1918 EXPERIMENT STATION: HOW TO GROW THE TOMATO & 115 WAYS TO PREPARE IT FOR THE TABLE
NO. 37 HOW TO MAKE SWEET POTATO FLOUR, STARCH, SUGAR BREAD & MOCK COCOANUT
NO. 38 1922 EXPERIMENT STATION: HOW THE FARMER CAN SAVE HIS SWEET POTATOES & WAYS OF PREPARING THEM FOR THE TABLE
NO. 39 1927 EXPERIMENT STATION: HOW TO MAKE & AVE MONEY ON THE FARM
NO. 40 1935 EXPERIMENT STATION: THE RAISING OF HOGS

NO. 41 1936 EXPERIMENT STATION: CAN LIVESTOCK BE RAISED PROFITABLY IN ALABAMA?
NO. 42 1936 EXPERIMENT STATION: HOW TO BUILD UP AND MAINTAIN THE VIRGIN FERTILITY OF OUR SOILS
NO. 43 1942 EXPERIMENT STATION: NATURE’S GARDEN FOR VICTORY & PEACE
NO. 44 1943 EXPERIMENT STATION: THE PEANUT