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by Geraldine Spence,Alan Wildsmith
Author: Geraldine Spence,Alan Wildsmith
Publisher: Andre Deutsch Ltd (March 16, 1978)
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Five Acres and Independence is a book about making a living in the country. Despite it's back to the land sort of instruction, this book is good for those in the suburbs who want to improve their gardens. This book is very matter-of-fact and was written during the final years of the Great Depression (the one that started in 1929-not 2008!) so it has some dated advice, such as how to use an ice box. However, the overwhelming bulk of the book is very sage advice on how to manage an orchard, how to recover a neglected orchard, and composting. It is beyond that-it offers instruction on everything from pig raising to grape growing
The phrase "Forty Acres and a Mule" described a promise many freed slaves believed the . government had made at the end of the Civil War. A rumor spread throughout the South that land belonging to plantation owners would be given to former slaves so they could set up their own farms. Army in January 1865. President Andrew Johnson Ended Sherman's Policy.