ABSTRACT - American commercial agriculture has undergone an implosion: fewer and larger farms have been concentrated in certain productive areas. But subsistence agriculture has not imploded in the same areas and not to the same extent as commercial farming. A map of subsistence agricultural counties demonstrates the widespread importance of this kind of farming in the eastern United States.
A Map of Subsistence Agriculture.
Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, Vol. 40 No.1, 80-81.
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