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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
FARMERS' BULLETIN No. 72.
CATTLE RANGES OF THE SOUTHWEST:
A HISTORY OF THE EXHAUSTION OF THE PASTURAGE
AND SUGGESTIONS FOR ITS RESTORATION.
H. L. BENTLEY,
Special Agent in charge of Grass Station at Abilene, Tex.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICO,
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