Culture and Agriculture
An Anthropological Study of a Corn Belt County
In 1939, Horace Miner lived for four months in Hardin County, Iowa, in order to carry out an anthropological study of farm life. The following year, Miner wrote up his results for the United States Agricultural Department, which had requested the study. Due to political concerns, it would be nearly a decade before his study was published. This slim volume contains the results of his fieldwork.
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