: Print illustrating a granger's procession and mass meeting, in "History of the Grange Movement" (National Publishing Co., 1874). The Grange, also known as the Patrons of Husbandry, was organized in 1867 to assist farmers with purchasing machinery, building grain elevators, lobbying for government regulation of railroad shipping fees and providing a support network for farm families. By the early 1870s, there were more than one million members. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL03863 Subjects
: Agriculture--Ohio; National Grange; Agriculture--Economic aspects Places
: Granger's procession and mass meeting print