Daniel Lee, Agriculturist: His Life North and South by E. Merton CoulterDaniel Lee, Agriculturist: His Life North and South by E. Merton Coulter

Daniel Lee, Agriculturist: His Life North and South

byE. Merton Coulter

Paperback | March 1, 2010

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Published in 1972, this biographical study examines Daniel Lee (1802-1890), an agriculturist who is considered to be a forefather to today's scientific farming. Lee dedicated himself the advancement of farming through the diversification of crops and the use of scientific methods. He was the editor of both the Genesse Farmer and the Southern Cultivator and wrote numerous articles about agricultural chemistry. Lee was appointed the first professor of agriculture at the University of Georgia, which solidified his importance in the agricultural world.
E. Merton Coulter came to the University of Georgia as an associate professor in 1919; he was named an emeritus professor of history in 1958 and continued to work on campus until his death in 1981. During his distinguished career, he wrote or edited more than thirty books and his contributions to periodicals were extensive. Coulter wa...
Title:Daniel Lee, Agriculturist: His Life North and SouthFormat:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 9 × 6 × 10 inPublished:March 1, 2010Publisher:University Of Georgia PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0820335304

ISBN - 13:9780820335308


Editorial Reviews

The conclusion may be safely drawn . . . that Lee was a giant in his field of endeavor

- American Historical Review