HOW TO LIVE IN THE COUNTRY WITHOUT FARMING by Milton Wend

HOW TO LIVE IN THE COUNTRY WITHOUT FARMING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

24 chapters for newcomers on their flight from the city that include all technics of country living for the productive country home, where income from non-agricultural services is preferable. It is a thoroughgoing guide, honest, sometimes deliberately hardboiled about obstacles, but reasonable and seemingly practical in all matters pertaining to moving to and living in the country. From the buying of the land, repairs and improvements, indoors and out, to self-maintenance from garden, orchard, field, livestock, etc., to listing 120 money earning urban occupations that can be practised in small communities, home industries, planning, education, health -- this is a commonsense manual.

Publisher: Doubleday, Doran