Illustrations, Tables, Figures, and Maps
Illustrations
1. Picking corn, 108
2. Representing the harvest of rye and oats, 110
3. Representing the harvest of wheat, 111
4.Women’s work, men’s work, 115
5. A break from haying, 119
6.The mill village of Columbiaville, circa1830, 129
7. Marks Barker’s flour mill on Stockport Creek, early nineteenth
century, 147
8. A farm family’s ideal winterevening, 183
Tables
1. Farm Animals and Utensils in Probate Inventories,1787–93, 22
2. Determinants of Migration, Kinderhook1800–1810, 25
3. Size of Farms in Columbia Countyaround1800, 47
4. Mean Numberof Animals per Farm around1790, 48
5.Widows’ Annual Maintenance and Estimated Family Needs,1790, 50
6. Long-DistanceTrade among Freighters’ Customers, Late Eighteenth
Century, 55
7. Long-DistanceTrade and Wealth in1798, Kingston Area, 56
8. Marketable Portions of Agricultural Production,1855, 80
9. Clocks and Watches in Greene County Inventories,1800–1850, 85
10.Value of Farmers’ Marketed Goods,1798–1853, 94
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