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By W. C. Strong. detailed descriptions of the available grape varieties, European and native American. On appraising the rapid growth of vineyards in California, Strong muses 'the mind staggers in making estimates for the future.' from Jan and Dan Longone, Wine and Food Library Catalogue 1995, page 23, item 453. A well-researched text by a Massachusetts vintner that covers all aspects of the cultivation of the grape and the development of grape growing and wine making in the United States and Europe. Cf. Gabler, 271. LCNAF No geocoding Added t.-p., illus. Internet Archive David L. King Sept 1866 inscribed in pencil on front end paper; ""D L King Sept 1866"" inscribed in pencil on title page. High
266435 WL LA R 634.8 STRONG 1866 100403840420015 (heal WL LA R 634.8 STRONG 1866) cultureofgrape00stro.pdf; cultureofgrape00stro.epub; cultureofgrape00stro.mobi cultureofgrape00stro http://heritage.sonomalibrary.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15763coll13/id/883