The American Bee Journal. Vol. XVII, No. 12, Mar. 23, 1881

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The American Bee Journal is the “oldest bee paper in America established in 1861 devoted to scientific bee-culture and the production and sale of pure honey. .Published every Wednesday, by Thomas G. Newman, Editor and Proprietor” In this volume are short articles and correspondence on a variety of topics from Royal Jelly to the Honey and Beeswax Market. - Summary by Larry Wilson

Genre(s): Business & Economics, Life Sciences

Language: English

Group: The American Bee Journal

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 What is the Royal Jelly? By C. J. Robinson Availle
00:13:37
Play 02 Putting Wires into Comb Foundation by J. G. Whitten Sawyer Rewis
00:02:13
Play 03 Importing Bees from Italy by Charles Dadant E.J. Lavery
00:05:28
Play 04 Bees and Grapes by Rev. M. Mahin, D. D Aundrea
00:03:39
Play 05 The Use of Separators for Box Honey by Greiner Brothers Aundrea
00:05:55
Play 06 Texas for Bees and Honey by Dr. J. E. Lay E.J. Lavery
00:04:49
Play 07 Alsike Clover as a Honey Plant by L. James laurencetrask
00:05:10
Play 08 The Supply and Queen Trade by A. B. Weed laurencetrask
00:07:19
Play 09 Who is to Blame for the Losses? By C. H. Dibbern laurencetrask
00:03:59
Play 10 Frank Benton in the Far East by Frank Benton Alan Mapstone
00:03:14
Play 11 An Excellent Suggestion by A. J. Cook Owlivia
00:04:17
Play 12 Among Our Exchanges John
00:10:39
Play 13 Selections From Our Letter Box Part 1 Paul Harvey
00:06:38
Play 14 Selections From Our Letter Box Part 2 Paul Harvey
00:10:35
Play 15 Selections From Our Letter Box Part 3 Paul Harvey
00:10:12
Play 16 Selections From Our Letter Box Part 4 Paul Harvey
00:12:03