National Defense and Rural Life in Nevada, a Discussion Handbook
Scope and Contents
Report on the effect of the growth of military activities in Nevada on economic and social forces in agriculture and mitigating steps to cushion adverse effects. Discussions cover major direct and indirect defense activities in Nevada, previous conclusions on land use, physical and population trends, major commodity trends, labor, and credit.
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Nevada committee organized about 1939 with representatives of the Nevada Experiment Station, Extension Service, U.S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics and the Soil Conservation Service to provide technical assistance and research for land-use planning in Nevada.
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Report on the effect of the growth of military activities in Nevada on economic and social forces in agriculture and mitigating steps to cushion adverse effects. The collection contains material from 1941 created by Land-Grant College-Bureau of Agricultural Economics Committee.
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Report. 02/09/89, 89-07
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