McCabe, James D., 1842-1883.

History of the Grange movement or, The farmer's war against monopolies: being a full account of the struggles of the American farmers against the extortions of the railroad companies. With a history of the rise and progress of the order of Patrons of husbandry to which is added sketches of the leading Grangers. [microform] ; By Edward Winslow Martin [pseud.] with 60 fine engravings and portraits. - Chicago, Ill., National Pub. Co., 1874. - 539 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 22 cm. - American culture series ; 412.3. .

pt. I. Railroad monopolies.--pt. II. The coal monopoly.--pt. III. The farmers' wrongs.

Ann Arbor, Mich.,
University Microfilms [n.d.] (American culture series, Reel 412.3).

National Grange.

Agriculture--Economic aspects.
Agriculture--United States.
Railroads--United States.
Railroads and state--United States.
Coal trade--United States.

HD201 / .M3 1874