3 edition of Seeds of Southern change found in the catalog.
Seeds of Southern change
|LC Classifications||F215 A55 D93|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||343|
The book tells how most seeds begin from a flower. The book talks about pollination, and then shares a variety of ways by which seeds may travel from one location to another. The book then shows the germination process by which a seed begins sprouting a root and then eventually a shoot and leaves. A personal and highly original take on the history of six commercial plants, Seeds of Change illuminates how sugar, tea, cotton, the potato, quinine, and the cocoa plant have shaped our past. In this fascinating account, the impassioned Henry Hobhouse explains the consequences of these plants with attention-grabbing historical moments. While most records of history focus on human influence 4/5(5).
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Seeds Of Southern Change: The Life Of Will Alexander (Norton Library (Paperback))Cited by: 7. Seeds of Southern change. [Chicago] University of Chicago Press  (OCoLC) Named Person: Will Winton Alexander; Will Winton Alexander: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Wilma Dykeman; James Stokely.
Buy a cheap copy of Seeds of Southern Change: The Life of book by Wilma Dykeman. “The story is a good one for it exposes in an intimate and personal way the qualities of an important social architect of our time.” —Dewey Grantham, American Free shipping over $ A personal and highly original take on the history of six commercial plants, Seeds of Change illuminates how sugar, tea, cotton, the potato, quinine, and the cocoa plant have shaped our past.
In this fascinating account, the impassioned Henry Hobhouse explains the consequences of these plants with attention-grabbing historical moments/5.
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Issue 6, p Reviews the book 'Seeds of Change,' by Henry Hobhouse. Seeds of Change (Book Review). Kiple, Kenneth F. // American Historical Review;Oct88, Vol. 93 Issue 4, p Reviews the book 'Seeds of Change: Five Plants That Transformed Mankind,' by Henry.Seeds of Change: Five Plants That Transformed Mankind is a book by Henry Hobhouse which explains how the history of the world since Columbus linked America to Europe and has been changed by five plants.
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