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The Cultivator and Country Gentleman

The Cultivator and Country Gentleman was the name of an American magazine on farming and rural life published in the 19th century.

Publication History

The Cultivator and Country Gentleman was formed in 1866 from the merger of The Cultivator magazine and The Country Gentleman. Its first volume was 27, carrying on the volume numbering of the Country Gentleman. It was published under this title until 1897, when it reverted to the shorter Country Gentleman title. Issues of The Cultivator and of The Country Gentleman are listed separately.

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