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House. Comm. on Agriculture. Act to encourage the culture of silk, 1834
SEE ALSO 52471, 52499 House No. 24 The Committee on Agriculture reported a Bill: An Act to encourage the culture of silk, 1834. If a person
planted 100 mulberry trees on his land, far enough apart that they could grow properly, at the end of the second year would receive $2.00. Anyone who
reels silk would receive $1.00 per hundred pounds of silk. The local selectmen were responsible to check the soundness of the trees and to weigh the
silk fiber (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   An act to encourage the culture of silk.
OCLC Number:   1401990731
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