Series I, ss 6, Container list, USDA History Collection



USDA History Collection
Series I, subseries 6. Documentary Files, 1920-1997 (bulk 1989-1994)

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Section I: Economic conditions
Section II: Consumers and nutrition
Section III: Production changes and trends
Section IV: Government price & income support programs
Section V: Resources and environment
Section VI: Research
Section VII: Biography
Section VIII: Marketing & distribution
Section IX: International aspects
Section X: Farm and rural living
Section XI: Administration
Section XII: Commodities
Section XIII: Rural development

Box 1.6/1
Outline: "Outline to Files 1989."

I

I. Economic Conditions. 1989-1994
I A. Farm income and costs. 1989-1996
I B. Farm and rural population. 1989-1991
I C. Outlook Conference and other demand and price forecasts. 1989-1996
I C. Outlook 1991, proceedings. 1990
I C. Outlook 1992, part one of three. 1991
I C. Outlook 1992, part two of three. 1991
I C. Outlook 1992, part three of three. 1991
I C. Outlook 1992, proceedings. 1991
I C. Outlook 1993, part one of two. 1992
I C. Outlook 1993, part two of two. 1992
I C. Outlook 1994. 1993, n.d.
I C. Outlook 1994, programs. 1993
I C1. Monthly Outlook summaries. 1989-1994
I D. Farm price levels. 1989-1996
I E. Land price levels and price trends. 1989-1996
I F. Farm and rural economy (recessions, etc.). 1989-1994
I G. Taxation. 1989-1994
I H. Social Security. 1994
I I. Farming by state. 1989-1993

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II

II. Consumers and nutrition. 1991-1993
II A. Consumer policies, general. 1989-1993
II A1. Retail food prices. 1989-1994
II A1a Consumer protests. 1989-1993
II A2 Nutrition and diet. 1989-1991
II A2 Nutrition and diet. 1992-1994

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II A2a. Research. 1989-1994
II A2a. Research, clippings. 1993
II A2b. Education. 1989-1994
II A3. Consumption economics. 1993
II A3a. Consumer preferences. 1991-1995
II B. Food policies, general. 1989-1994
II B. National Agricultural Food Policy Workshop, Executive summaries. November 16-17, 1989
II B1. Food stamps. 1989- May 1992, n.d.
II B1. Food stamps. January 1992-1996
II B1. Food stamps, clippings. 1989-1994
II B2. Direct distribution of commodities. 1989-1995
II B3. Child feeding programs. 1989-1994
II B3. Child feeding programs, clippings. 1990-1992
II B3a. Maternal and infant (WIC). 1989-1994
II B3a. Maternal and infant (WIC), clippings. 1989-1993
II B3b. School lunch. 1989-1991
II B3b. School lunch. 1992-1995
II B3b. School lunch, clippings. 1989-1992
II C. Food for the elderly. 1989-1994
II D. Home food processing and preservation. 1992-1994

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III

III. Production Changes and Trends. 1988-1995
III A. Energy. 1989-1994
III A1. Alternate fuels (gasohol, etc.). 1989- April 1990
III A1. Alternate fuels (gasohol, etc.). May 1990-1992
III A1. Alternate fuels (gasohol, etc.). 1992-1996
III B. Farm structure. 1989-1994
III B1. Farm size. 1989-1993
III B1a. Small farms. 1989-1993
III B1b. Part-time farms. 1989
III B1c. Family farms. 1989-1996
III B1d. Large farms. 1989-1993
III B1e. Home gardens. 1992
III B2. Farm business. 1990-1992
III B2a. Contract farming. 1989-1996
III B2b. Vertical integration. 1990-1994
III B2c. Corporate farms. 1990-1994
III B2d. Tax shelter farms. 1989
III B3. Land ownership and tenure. 1990-1996
III B3a. Tenancy. 1990-1992
III B3b. Foreign investment in farm land. 1989-1994
III B4. Alternative agriculture. 1989-1994
III B4. Alternative agriculture, clippings. 1989
III B4a. Organic farming. 1988-1995
III B4a. Organic farming, clippings. 1976
III B4b. Regenerative/sustainable. 1989-1995
III B4c. No-till/Minimum-till. 1989-1997
III B5. Minority groups in farming. 1988-1994
III B5a. Blacks. 1989-1994
III B5b. Latins. 1990-1991
III B5c. Indians. 1989-1995
III B5d. Asians. 1990
III B5e. Other ethnic groups. 1990, 1994
III B5f. Women. 1989-1993

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III C. Labor. 1983-1984
III C1. Foreign labor in U.S. 1989
III C1. Foreign labor in U.S. 1990-1994
III C1. Foreign labor in U.S., clippings. 1990-1992
III C2. Migrant workers. 1989-1994
III C3. Unions and working conditions. 1989-1994
III C4. Wages. 1989-1992
III D. Materials and equipment for farm production. 1989-1996
III D1. Fertilizer. 1987-1995
III D2. Insecticides, herbicides and other chemicals. 1989
III D2. Insecticides, herbicides and other chemicals. 1989-1990
III D2. Insecticides, herbicides and other chemicals. 1990
III D2. Insecticides, herbicides and other chemicals. 1991
III D2. Insecticides, herbicides and other chemicals. 1992
III D2. Insecticides, herbicides and other chemicals. 1992-1993
III D2. Insecticides, herbicides and other chemicals. 1993-1994
III D2. Insecticides, herbicides and other chemicals. 1994-1995
III D2. Insecticides, herbicides and other chemicals, clippings. 1989-1993
III D2a. Insects. 1989
III D2a. Insects. 1990
III D2a. Insects. 1991-1996
III D2b. Plant and animal diseases. 1988-1989
III D2b. Plant and animal diseases. 1989-1991
III D2b. Plant and animal diseases. 1991-1996
III D3. Machinery and equipment. 1989-1996
III D3. Machinery and equipment, clippings. 1989-1993
III D4. Seed. 1989-1995
III D5. Buildings and fences. 1990
III E. Farm credit and debt. 1989-1994

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IV

IV. Government price and income support programs. 1936-1996
IV A. General food and agriculture acts (others filed by topic). 1991-1996
IV B. Price support programs and payments. 1989-1996

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IV B1. Price support loans. 1989-1994
IV B2. Government purchases of commodities (Sec. 32). 1989
IV B3. Payments to farmers. 1989-1995
IV B3a. Target prices and deficiency payments. 1989-1993
IV B3b. Conservation payments (for programs see V A2). 1989-1993
IV B3c. Payment limitations. 1989-1993
IV B3d. Income transfers such as decoupling. 1990
IV B4. Parity. 1989-1990
IV B5. Costs of price supports and related programs. 1989-1993
IV C. Production and marketing programs. 1990-1994
IV C1. Land diversions, allotments, set asides. 1989-1995
IV C2. Marketing agreements and orders. 1989-1994
IV C3. Marketing quotas and other mandatory controls. 1989-1993
IV D. Stockpiles and surpluses. 1989-1992
IV D1. Reserve stocks. 1989-1994
IV D2. Stockpiles. 1987-1993
IV D3. Storage. 1989-1992
IV D4. Surplus diversion. 1989-1991
IV E. State farm legislation. 1991

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V

V. Resources and Environment. 1989-1994
V A. Land use. 1989-1994
V A1. Great Plains program. 1989-1993
V A1. Great Plains program, clippings. 1989 V A2. Conservation programs. 1989-1994
V A2a. Conservation reserves. 1989-1996
V A2b. Conservation techniques. 1989-1996
V A3. Land for recreation. 1991-1992 V A4. Land used for agriculture. 1989-1994 V A5. Strip mining. 1990-1994 V A6. Urbanization of land. 1989-1994
V A7. Range and pasture. 1989-1994
V A8. Land for waste disposal. 1989-1994
V B. Forests. 1989-1990
V B. Forests. 1991
V B. Forests. 1992-1993
V B. Forests. 1994-1996
V B1. Forest fires. 1989-1994
V B2. Wildlife and wilderness. 1989
V B2. Wildlife and wilderness. 1990-1991
V B2. Wildlife and wilderness. 1992
V B2. Wildlife and wilderness. 1993-1994
V C. Water. 1989-1990
V C. Water. 1991-1992
V C. Water. 1993
V C. Water. 1994
V C1. Water supply projects, general. 1990-1994
V C2. Flood prevention, including watersheds. 1989-1996
V C3. Irrigation. 1989-1995
V C4. Ponds. 1989-1991
V C5. Reclamation and drainage, wetlands. 1989-1991

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V C5. Reclamation and drainage, wetlands. 1991-1992
V C5. Reclamation and drainage, wetlands
1992-1994 V D. Weather and its effects. 1986-1988, n.d.
V D. Weather and its effects. January-March 1989
V D. Weather and its effects. April-June 1989
V D. Weather and its effects. June-July 1989
V D. Weather and its effects. August-September 1989
V D. Weather and its effects. October-December 1989
V D. Weather and its effects. January-May 1990
V D. Weather and its effects. June-December 1990
V D. Weather and its effects. 1991
V D. Weather and its effects. 1992
V D. Weather and its effects. 1993
V D. Weather and its effects. 1994-1996
V D1. Disaster aid. 1989-1990
V D1. Disaster aid. 1990-1992
V D1. Disaster aid. 1992-1994
V D2. Research on weather. 1989-1992
V E. Environment. 1989
V E. Environment. 1990-1991
V E. Environment. 1992-1996, n.d.
V E1. Water pollution. 1989-1990
V E1. Water pollution. 1991-1996
V E2. Air pollution including greenhouse effect. 1989
V E2. Air pollution including greenhouse effect. 1990

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V E2. Air pollution including greenhouse effect. 1991-1994
V E3. Radiation1992
V E4. Acid rain. 1989-1994

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VI

VI. Research. 1989-1994
VI A. Policies, coordination and management. 1989-1996
VI B. Utilization, diversion and industrial use. 1989-1996
VI C. Technology. 1989-1994
VI C1. Biotechnology. 1989
VI C1. Biotechnology. 1990-1991
VI C1. Biotechnology. 1992-1996
VI C2. Plant variety protection. 1989-1992
VI C3. Computers. 1989-1996
VI C3. Computers, clippings. 1991-1995
VI D. Marketing research. 1990-1994
VI E. Humane treatment of animals, including livestock. 1989-1994

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VII

VII. Biography, General. 1989-1994
VII. Biography, A. 1989-1991
VII. Biography, B. 1989-1994
VII. Biography, C. 1987-1989
VII. Biography, D. 1989-1993
VII. Biography, E. 1989-1993
VII. Biography, F. 1989-1994
VII. Biography, G. 1989-1992
VII. Biography, H. 1989-1993
VII. Biography, I. 1989
VII. Biography, J. 1990-1993
VII. Biography, K. 1989-1992
VII. Biography, L. 1989-1993
VII. Biography, M. 1989-1994
VII. Biography, N. 1990-1992
VII. Biography, O. 1991
VII. Biography, P. 1989-1991
VII. Biography, Q. 1990
VII. Biography, R. 1989-1993
VII. Biography, S. 1989-1984
VII. Biography, T. 1989-1994
VII. Biography, U. 1989
VII. Biography, V. 1989-1991
VII. Biography, W. 1989-1996
VII. Biography, XYZ. 1989-1995
VII. Biography, Women in USDA. 1989-1991

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VIII

VIII. Marketing and Distribution. 1987-1996
VIII A. Farm marketing. 1980-1994
VIII A1. Direct marketing. 1989-1993
VIII A2. Government regulation of marketing. 1989-1994
VIII A2a. Grades and standards. 1989-1995
VIII A2a. Grades and standards, clippings. 1989-1995 VIII A2b. Inspection and labeling. 1989
VIII A2b. Inspection and labeling. 1990
VIII A2b. Inspection and labeling. 1991
VIII A2b. Inspection and labeling. 1992
VIII A2b. Inspection and labeling. 1993
VIII A2b. Inspection and labeling. 1994
VIII A2b. Inspection and labeling. 1995-1996
VIII A2b. Inspection and labeling, clippings. 1990-1995

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VIII A3. Marketing technologies used by farmers. 1989, 1992
VIII A3a. Market News Service. 1991-1993
VIII A3b. Hedging, contracting sales, futures trading. 1989-1992
VIII A3b. Hedging, contracting sales, futures trading. 1993-1994
VIII A4. Transportation. 1989-1990
VIII A4. Transportation. 1991-1993
VIII A5. Marketing costs: margins and price spreads. 1990-1991
VIII A7. Promotional check-off programs. 1989-1993
VIII B. Processing and retailing. 1989-1993
VIII B1. Food processing. 1989-1994
VIII B2. Chemicals, preservatives, additives, irradiation, food-related diseases. 1989-June 1990
VIII B2. Chemicals, preservatives, additives, irradiation, food-related diseases. July 1990-1992
VIII B2. Chemicals, preservatives, additives, irradiation, food-related diseases. 1993
VIII B2. Chemicals, preservatives, additives, irradiation, food-related diseases. 1994-1995
VIII B3. Packaging. 1988-1991
VIII B4. Product promotion campaigns. 1991-1994
VIII B5. Retail food stores. 1990, 1994
VIII B6. Restaurants. 1988-1991
VIII B7. Alternative Agricultural Research and Commercialization. 1990-1996

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IX

IX. International aspects. 1989
IX A. International trade and general trade issues. 1989
IX A. International trade and general trade issues. 1990
IX A. International trade and general trade issues. 1992-1996
IX A1. U.S. exports. 1989-1990
IX A1. U.S. exports. 1990-1996
IX A1a. Embargoes. 1989-1993
IX A1b. Export subsidies. 1989
IX A1b. Export subsidies. 1990
IX A1b. Export subsidies. 1991-June 1992
IX A1b. Export subsidies. July 1992-1994
IX A1b. Export subsidies, "Long-term Agricultural Trade Strategy." 1996
IX A1c. Balance of payments. 1989-1993
IX A2. U.S. imports. 1989-1994
IX A2a. Tariffs. 1989-1993
IX A2b. Import quotas. 1989-1996
IX A2c. Bilateral import agreements. 1989
IX A2d. Health Restrictions on Imports. 1989-1993
IX A3. International trade conferences and agreements. 1989-1996
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT). January-August 1989
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. October-December 1989
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. January-April 1990

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IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. January-September 1990
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. October-December 1990
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. May-October 1990
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. January-May 1991
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. June-October 1991
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. November-December 1991
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. January 1992
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. February 1992
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. March 1992
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. April 1992
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. May 1992
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. June 1992
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. July-September 1992
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. October 1-16, 1992
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. October 18-31, 1992
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. November 2-10, 1992
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. November 11-17, 1992
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. November 18-26, 1992
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. December 1992
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. January-February 1993
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. March-April 1993
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. May-June 1993
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. July-September 1993
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. October-November 1993

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IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. December 1993
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. January-May 1994
IX A3a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. June 1994-February 1995
IX A3b. International commodity agreements. 1990-1993
IX A3c. U.N. Conference on Trade and Development. 1991-1993
IX A4. Regional Trade Agreements. 1989-1995
IX A4a. European Common Market. 1987, 1989
IX A4a. European Common Market. 1990
IX A4a. European Common Market. 1991
IX A4a. European Common Market. 1992-1994
IX A4b. Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). 1992
IX A4c. Central American Common Market. 1991
IX A4d. Pacific Rim trading area. 1989-1994
IX A4e. Canadian/US trade pact. 1989-1995
IX A4f. Caribbean Basin Initiative. 1990-1992
IX A4g. North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). 1989-1991
IX A4g. North American Free Trade Agreement. January-July 1992
IX A4g. North American Free Trade Agreement. August-December 1992
IX A4g. North American Free Trade Agreement. January-September 1993
IX A4g. North American Free Trade Agreement. October-December 1993
IX A4g. North American Free Trade Agreement. 1994
IX B. Multinational development organizations. 1991-1993
IX B1. Consortiums. 1989
IX B2. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). 1989-1994
IX B3. International conferences on food and agriculture. 1990-1992
IX B4. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). 1989-1993
IX B5. Regional development groups. 1990
IX B6. United Nations Development Program. 1994
IX B7. World Bank /International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) and International Monetary Fund. 1989-1993
IX B8. World Food Council. 1991
IX C. Private and voluntary foreign aid. 1989-1991
IX C1. CARE. 1989
IX C3. Religious groups. 1989-1994
IX D. U.S. Government foreign aid. 1989-1994
IX D1. Food for Peace (P.L. 480). 1989-1995
IX D2. Foreign training. 1989-1992
IX D3. USDA technical assistance and overseas research programs. 1989-1993
IX E. World food and population problem and outlook. 1989-1994
IX E. World food and population problem and outlook, non-governmental organization journals. 1989-1991
IX E1. International food reserves. 1989-1994
IX E2. Basic human needs. 1989-1993
[IX F. Countries and regions (arranged alphabetically)]
IX F. Afghanistan. 1989-1991
IX F. Africa, in general. 1989-1994
IX F. Albania. 1990-1991
IX F. Algeria. 1990
IX F. Argentina. 1989-1996
IX F. Armenia. 1992
IX F. Asia, in general. 1990-1996
IX F. Australia. 1989-1994
IX F. Belgium. 1993
IX F. Bolivia. 1989-1990
IX F. Brazil. 1989-1994
IX F. Bulgaria. 1990-1991

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IX F. Cambodia (Kampuchea). 1991
IX F. Canada. 1989-1992
IX F. Canada. 1993-1996
IX F. Caribbean. 1989-1994
IX F. Central America, in general. 1993-1994
IX F. Chile. 1990-1994
IX F. China, mainland. 1989-1991
IX F. China, mainland. 1992
IX F. China, mainland. 1993-1996
IX F. Colombia. 1989-1994
IX F. Costa Rica. 1989-1992
IX F. Cuba. 1991-1994
IX F. Czechoslovakia. 1989-1994
IX F. Denmark. 1993
IX F. Dominican Republic. 1990-1994
IX F. Ecuador. 1989
IX F. Eastern Europe. 1989-1994
IX F. Egypt. 1989-1994
IX F. El Salvador. 1990
IX F. Eritrea. 1993
IX F. Ethiopia. 1989-1994
IX F. Europe, Western, in general. 1989-1992
IX F. Finland. 1992-1993
IX F. France. 1990-1994
IX F. Germany. 1989-1995
IX F. Great Britain. 1989-1994
IX F. Greece. 1990-1994
IX F. Guatemala. 1989
IX F. Haiti. 1991-1994
IX F. Honduras. 1990-1993
IX F. Hungary. 1989-1991
IX F. India. 1989-1994
IX F. Indonesia. 1989-1993
IX F. Iran. 1991
IX F. Iraq. 1990-1991
IX F. Iraq. 1992
IX F. Ireland. 1990-1993
IX F. Israel. 1991-1994
IX F. Italy. 1989-1992
IX F. Jamaica. 1989
IX F. Japan. 1989
IX F. Japan. 1990
IX F. Japan. 1991
IX F. Japan. 1992
IX F. Japan. January-August 1993
IX F. Japan. October-December 1993
IX F. Japan. 1994
IX F. Jordan. 1990-1992
IX F. Kenya. 1989-1994
IX F. Korea. 1989-1993
IX F. Kuwait. 1991
IX F. Latin America, in general. 1989-1993
IX F. Lebanon. 1992
IX F. Libya. 1990-1991
IX F. Lithuania. 1993
IX F. Malaysia and Singapore. 1990
IX F. Mexico. 1989-1991
IX F. Mexico. 1992-1994
IX F. Middle East. 1991-1994
IX F. Mozambique. 1992
IX F. New Zealand. 1989-1995
IX F. Nicaragua. 1989-1993
IX F. Nigeria. 1988-1994
IX F. Norway. 1994
IX F. Pakistan. 1992-1993
IX F. Peru. 1989-1994
IX F. Philippine Islands. 1990-1993
IX F. Poland. 1989-1993
IX F. Portugal. 1990-1994
IX F. Puerto Rico. 1989-1991
IX F. Romania. 1990-1994

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IX F. Rwanda. 1993-1994
IX F. Sahel. 1989
IX F. Saudi Arabia. 1990-1992
IX F. Sierra Leone. 1992
IX F. Somali Democratic Republic. 1992-1993
IX F. South Africa. 1990-1994
IX F. Spain. 1990-1993
IX F. Sudan. 1989-1994
IX F. Sweden. 1991
IX F. Switzerland. 1992
IX F. Syria. 1991
IX F. Taiwan. 1994
IX F. Thailand. 1989-1990
IX F. Turkey. 1990-1996
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.) 1989
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics January-March 1990
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics April-July 1990
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics August-December 1990
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics January-April 1991
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics May-June 1991
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics July-September 1991
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics October 1991
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics November-December 1991
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics January 1992
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics February-March 1992
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics April 1992
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics May-June 1992
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics July-September 1992
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics October-December 1992
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics January-February 1993
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics March 1993
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics April 1993
IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics May-December 1993

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IX F. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics 1994-1997
IX F. Venezuela. 1989-1992
IX F. Vietnam. 1989-1994
IX F. Yugoslavia. 1990-1994
IX F. Zimbabwe (Rhodesia). 1989-1992

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X

X. Farm and Rural Living. 1992-1993
X A. Attitudes and opinions of farmers. 1990-1996
X B. Farm press. 1989-1994
X C. Rural minority groups. 1989-1992
X D. Special days and weeks. 1989-1992
X D2. Bicentennial of the Constitution. 1989-1991
X D2. Bicentennial of the Constitution, clippings. 1989
X D3. Fairs and celebrations. 1991
X D3. Folklife Festival. 1991

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XI

XI. Administration of the Department. 1989-1994
XI. Administration of the Department, clippings. 1989-1992
XI A. Transitions to new administrations. 1989-1994
XI A. Transitions to new administrations, clippings. 1992
XI B. Executive orders (by years). 1989, 1993
XI C. Departmental delegations and directives. 1989-1993
XI C. Departmental delegations and directives, clippings. 1989-1990
XI C1. Awards. 1989-1994
XI D. Reorganizations and suggested reorganizations. 1986-1995
XI D. Reorganizations and suggested reorganizations. 1989-1993
XI D. Reorganizations and suggested reorganizations. 1992-1993
XI D. Reorganizations and suggested reorganizations. 1993-1995
XI D. Reorganizations and suggested reorganizations, clippings. 1991-1994
XI E. Secretaries and Assistants to the Secretary. 1988-1990
XI E. Secretaries of Agriculture, Biographical Information. ca. 1920-1960
XI E. Blumenthal, Gary R., Executive Assistant to the Secretary. 1989
XI E. Office of the Secretary, correspondence, animals--spotted owl. 1989-1992
XI E. Office of the Secretary, correspondence, chemicals. 1990-1992
XI E. Office of the Secretary, correspondence, cooperation. 1989-1992
XI E. Office of the Secretary, correspondence, death. 1989
XI E. Office of the Secretary, correspondence, education. 1989-1991
XI E. Office of the Secretary, correspondence, environment. 1989-1991
XI E. Office of the Secretary, correspondence, foreign relations. 1989
XI E. Office of the Secretary, correspondence, foreign relations. 1990
XI E. Office of the Secretary, correspondence, foreign relations. 1991
XI E. Office of the Secretary, correspondence, foreign relations. 1992
XI E. Office of the Secretary, correspondence, power, REA. 1990-1992
XI E. Office of the Secretary, correspondence, research. 1988-1991
XI E1. Secretary Yeutter, Clayton K. 1989
XI E1. Secretary Yeutter, Clayton K. 1989
XI E1. Secretary Yeutter, Clayton K. January-February 1990

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XI E1. Secretary Yeutter, Clayton K. 1990
XI E1. Secretary Yeutter, Clayton K. 1990
XI E1. Secretary Yeutter, Clayton K. 1991-1992
XI E1. Secretary Yeutter, Clayton K., clippings. 1990, 1991
XI E2. Secretary Madigan, Edward R. 1990, 1991
XI E2. Secretary Madigan, Edward R. 1990-1992
XI E2. Secretary Madigan, Edward R. 1991-1992
XI E2. Secretary Madigan, Edward R. 1991-1994
XI E2. Secretary Madigan, Edward R., clippings. 1991
XI E3. Secretary Espy, Mike. 1991-1992
XI E3. Secretary Espy, Mike. 1992-1995
XI E3. Secretary Espy, Mike. 1993-1994
XI E3. Secretary Espy, Mike. 1994
XI E3. Secretary Espy, Mike, clippings. 1993-1994
XI E4. Secretary Glickman, Dan. 1994-1996
XI F. Abrams, Stephen N., Deputy Assistant Secretary, Food and Consumer Services. 1991
XI F. Beuter, John H., Deputy Assistant Secretary, Natural Resources and Environment. 1990
XI F. Gault, Phyllis R., Deputy Assistant Secretary, Administration. 1990
XI F. Green, Randall, Deputy Under Secretary, Internal Affairs and Commodity Programs. 1992
XI F. Mussman, Harry C., Deputy Assistant Secretary, Science and Education. 1989
XI F. Parnell, Jack C., Deputy Secretary of Agriculture. 1989-1991
XI F. Rominger, Richard E., Deputy Secretary of Agriculture. 1995
XI F. Veneman, Ann M., Deputy Secretary of Agriculture. 1991-1992
XI G. Assistant Secretaries and Directors. 1989-1996
XI G. Assistant Secretaries and Directors, clippings. 1991
XI G. Amador, José, Assistant Secretary, Science and Education. 1994
XI G. Bailey, Franklin E., Assistant Secretary, Congressional Affairs. 1989
XI G. Bertini, Catherine A., Assistant Secretary, Food and Consumer Services. 1989-1991
XI G. Cason, James E., Assistant Secretary, Natural Resources and Environment. 1989
XI G. Crowder, Richard T., Under Secretary, International Affairs and Commodity Programs. 1989-1992
XI G. Gardner, Bruce, Assistant Secretary, Economics. 1989-February 1990
XI G. Gardner, Bruce, Assistant Secretary, Economics. March-December 1990
XI G. Gardner, Bruce, Assistant Secretary, Economics. January-April 1991
XI G. Gardner, Bruce, Assistant Secretary, Economics. May 1991-1992
XI G. Haas, Ellen, Assistant Secretary, Food and Consumer Services. 1994
XI G. Haas, Ellen, Assistant Secretary, Food and Consumer Services, clippings. 1993
XI G. Hess, Charles E., Assistant Secretary, Science and Education. 1989-1990
XI G. Horn, Floyd, Administrator of Agricultural Research Service. 1993-1995
XI G. Mayer, Leo V., Acting Assistant Secretary, Economics. 1989
XI G. Moos, Eugene, Under Secretary, International Affairs and Commodity Programs. 1993-1994
XI G. Nash, Robert, Under Secretary, Rural Economic and Community Development. 1995
XI G. Smith, Jo Ann, Assistant Secretary, Marketing and Inspection Services. 1989-1991
XI G. Sumner, Daniel, Assistant Secretary, Economics. 1992
XI G. Vila, Adis Maria, Assistant Secretary, Administration. 1989-1991
XI G. Vila, Adis Maria, Assistant Secretary, Administration, clippings. 1991
XI G. Vautour, Roland, Under Secretary, Small Community and Rural Development. 1989-1991
XI H. Agencies of the Department. 1990-1993
XI H. Agencies of the Department, clippings. 1994
XI H. Advocacy and Enterprise, Office of. 1968-1995

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XI H. Ag in the Classroom Program. 1989-1996
XI H. Agricultural Biotechnology, Office of. 1989
XI H. Agricultural Cooperative Service. 1989-1995
XI H. Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS). 1989-1995
XI H. Agricultural Marketing Service, "History of Section 32." 1990
XI H. Agricultural Marketing Service, clippings. 1989-1995
XI H. Agricultural Research Service. 1989-1995
XI H. Agricultural Research Service, clippings. 1990-1995
XI H. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service. 1989-1994
XI H. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, clippings. 1989-1994
XI H. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS). 1989
XI H. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. 1989-1990
XI H. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. 1990-1994
XI H. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. 1995
XI H. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, clippings. 1989
XI H. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, clippings. 1990
XI H. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, clippings. 1990-1994
XI H. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, clippings. 1995
XI H. Budget and Program Analysis. 1989
XI H. Budget and Program Analysis. 1989-1990
XI H. Budget and Program Analysis. 1989-1994
XI H. Budget and Program Analysis. 1990-1994
XI H. Budget and Program Analysis, clippings. 1990
XI H. Civil Rights Enforcement, Office of. 1995
XI H. Civil Rights Enforcement, Office of, clippings. 1995
XI H. Commodity Credit Corporation. 1989-1995
XI H. Commodity Credit Corporation, Annual Report. 1994-1995
XI H. Commodity Credit Corporation, clippings. 1989-1995
XI H. Consolidated Farm Service Agency. 1994-1995
XI H. Consolidated Farm Service Agency, clippings. 1995
XI H. Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service, clippings. 1995
XI H. Cooperative State Research Service. 1989-1995
XI H. Cooperative State Research Service, clippings. 1989-1994
XI H. Economic Research Service. January-July 1989
XI H. Economic Research Service. June-December 1989
XI H. Economic Research Service. 1990
XI H. Economic Research Service. January-June 1991
XI H. Economic Research Service. June-December 1991

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XI H. Economic Research Service. 1991-1992
XI H. Economic Research Service. 1993-1996
XI H. Economic Research Service, branches. 1989-1993
XI H. Economic Research Service, divisions. 1989-1993
XI H. Economic Research Service, Economics Management Staff. 1989-1992
XI H. Economic Research Service, clippings. 1992
XI H. Energy, Office of. 1994
XI H. Environmental Quality, Office of. 1993
XI H. Executive Secretariat, Office of. 1990
XI H. Extension Service. 1988-1996
XI H. Extension Service, clippings. 1990-1994
XI H. Farmers Home Administration. 1989-1995
XI H. Farmers Home Administration, clippings. 1989-1994
XI H. Federal Crop Insurance Corporation. 1989-1996
XI H. Federal Crop Insurance Corporation, clippings. 1989-1996
XI H. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. 1993
XI H. Federal Grain Inspection Service. 1989-1994
XI H. Federal Grain Inspection Service, clippings. 1989-1994
XI H. Finance and Management, Office of. 1989-1991
XI H. Finance and Management, Office of, clippings. 1989
XI H. Food and Nutrition Service. 1989-1996
XI H. Food and Nutrition Service, clippings. 1989-1996
XI H. Food Safety and Inspection Service. 1988-1995
XI H. Food Safety and Inspection Service, clippings. 1989-1995
XI H. Foreign Agricultural Service. 1988-1995
XI H. Foreign Agricultural Service, clippings. 1989-1995
XI H. Forest Service. 1989
XI H. Forest Service. January-May 1990
XI H. Forest Service. June-November 1990
XI H. Forest Service. 1991-1992
XI H. Forest Service. 1992-1993
XI H. Forest Service. 1993
XI H. Forest Service. 1994
XI H. Forest Service. 1995
XI H. Forest Service, clippings. 1989-1990
XI H. Forest Service, clippings. 1991-1992

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XI H. Forest Service, clippings. 1992-1995
XI H. 4-H Youth Program. 1990
XI H. General Counsel, Office of. 1989-1990
XI H. General Counsel, Office, of, clippings. 1990,1994
XI H. Graduate School. 1990
XI H. Graduate School, clippings. 1995
XI H. Grain Inspections, Packers and Stockyards Administration. 1995
XI H. Grain Inspections, Packers and Stockyards Administration, clippings. 1994-1995
XI H. Human Nutrition Information Service. 1989-1990
XI H. Information, Office of . 1989-1994
XI H. Information Resources Management, Office of. 1989-1993
XI H. Inspector General, Office of. 1989-1994
XI H. Inspector General, Office of, clippings. 1989-1994
XI H. International Cooperation and Development, Office of. 1989-1992
XI H. International Cooperation and Development, Office of, clippings. 1989-1992
XI H. National Agricultural Library. 1985-1990
XI H. National Agricultural Library. 1989-1992
XI H. National Agricultural Library. 1989-1995
XI H. National Agricultural Library, Law Library. 1992
XI H. National Agricultural Statistics Service. 1989-1994
XI H. National Agricultural Statistics Service, clippings. 1989
XI H. National Appeals Division. 1996
XI H. Natural Resources Conservation Service. 1994-1995
XI H. Natural Resources Conservation Service, clippings. 1995
XI H. Operations, Office of. 1989-1991
XI H. Operations, Office of, clippings. 1989
XI H. Packers and Stockyards Administration. 1989-1995
XI H. Packers and Stockyards Administration, clippings. 1989-1995
XI H. Personnel, Office of. 1989-1996
XI H. Personnel, Office of, clippings. 1990-1993
XI H. Public Affairs, Office of. 1989-1992
XI H. Rural Development Administration. 1990-1992
XI H. Rural Development Administration, clippings. 1994
XI H. Rural Electrification Administration. 1989-1994
XI H. Rural Electrification Administration, clippings. 1989-1994
XI H. Rural Telephone Bank. 1989-1994
XI H. Rural Telephone Bank, clippings. 1989-1994
XI H. Rural Utilities Service. 1995
XI H. Rural Utilities Service, clippings. 1994-1995
XI H. Soil Conservation Service. 1988-1995
XI H. Soil Conservation Service, clippings. 1989-1994
XI H. Transportation, Office of. 1989-1990
XI H. USDA Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Employees (GLOBE). 1994
XI I. Committees, general. 1989-1992
XI I. Committees, general, clippings. 1989
XI I. Food and Agricultural Sciences, Joint Council on. 1989-1992
XI I. Foreign Animal Diseases, Committee on. 1990-1992
XI I. Grain Standards Act Advisory Committee. 1989-1990
XI I. National Agricultural Research and Extension Users Advisory Board. 1990-1992
XI I. National Resources and Environment Committee. 1989
XI I. Rural Development, National Advisory Committee on, clippings. 1995
XI I. Rural Development Task Force. 1989
XI J. USDA Relations with states and counties. 1989-1993
XI J1. Land grant colleges. 1987-1995
XI J1. Land grant colleges, clippings. 1989,1994
XI J3. State Extension Services. 1990-1992
XI J4. State Departments of Agriculture and Commissioners of Agriculture. 1989-1995
XI J5. State legislatures. 1995
XI K. USDA Relations with other federal government departments and agencies. 1989
XI K. Agency for International Development. 1989-1990
XI K. Bureau of Land Management. 1989-1991
XI K. Census Bureau. 1990
XI K. Commodity Futures Trading Commission. 1989-1994
XI K. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, clippings. 1990
XI K. Defense Department. 1989-1994
XI K. Emergency Planning, Office of. 1989
XI K. Energy, Department of. 1989-1994
XI K. Environmental Protection Agency. 1987-1994
XI K. Farm Credit Administration. 1989-1995
XI K. Farm Credit Administration, clippings. 1989-1995
XI K. Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation. 1989
XI K. Food and Drug Administration. 1989-1996
XI K. General Accounting Office. 1990-1991
XI K. Health and Human Services, Department of. 1990
XI K. International Trade Commission (Federal Trade Commission). 1989-1994
XI K. International Trade Commission, clippings. 1989
XI K. Interior Department. 1989-1994
XI K. Labor Department. 1989-1990
XI K. Legal Services. 1990

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XI K. Management and Budget, Office of. 1989-1995
XI K. Management and Budget, Office of, clippings. 1989-1995
XI K. National Academy of Science. 1989-1993
XI K. National Archives and Records Administration. 1991-1995
XI K. Occupational Health and Safety Administration. 1991-1992
XI K. Personnel Management, Office of. 1989-1993
XI K. Tennessee Valley Authority. 1993
XI K. Transportation, Department of. 1989
XI L. Relations to the President and his advisors. 1989-1992
XI L. Relations to the President and his advisors. 1993
XI L. Relations to the President and his advisors. 1993-1994
XI L. Relations to the President and his advisors, clippings. 1993
XI L. Consumer Advisor, Special Assistant to the President for Consumer Affairs. 1991-1992
XI L. Council on Competitiveness. 1992
XI L. Council on Economic Advisors. 1989-1992
XI L. Council on Economic Advisors, clippings. 1989
XI L. President's Science Advisory Commission (Office of Science and Technology Policy). 1989-1992
XI L. President's Science Advisory Commission, clippings. 1990
XI L. President's Special Trade Representative. 1989-1990
XI L. Water Resources Council. 1989
XI M. Relations to Congress. 1989-1995
XI M1. House Committee on Agriculture. 1989-1996
XI M2. House Committee on Appropriations. 1989-1994
XI M2. House Committee on Appropriations, clippings. 1991-1992
XI M3. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry. 1989-1995
XI M4. Senate Committee on Appropriations. 1989-1994
XI M4. Senate Committee on Appropriations, clippings. 1991
XI M5. Special Investigating Committee (Commission on Agricultural Workers). n.d.
XI M6. Congressional Budget Office. 1989-1995
XI M7. Technology Assessment, Office of. 1991
XI M8. General Accounting Office. 1989-1994
XI N. Relations to political parties and campaigns. 1989-1995
XI O. Relations to farm organizations. 1989-1995
XI O1. American Agriculture Movement. 1990-1992
XI O1. American Farm Bureau Federation. 1989-1992
XI O1. National Farmers Organization. 1989-1994
XI O1. National Farmers Union. 1989-1994, n.d.
XI O1. National Grange. 1990-1994
XI O1. United Farm Workers Organization. 1993-1994
XI O2. Commodity organizations. 1989-1993
XI O2. American Soybean Association. 1989-1992
XI O2. National Association of Wheat Growers. 1991-1995
XI O2. National Cattlemen's Association. 1989-1994
XI O2. National Corn Growers Association. 1989-1995
XI O2. National Cotton Council. 1989-1990
XI O3. Agency or service support area groups. 1992-1993
XI O3. National Association of Soil Conservation Districts. 1990-1992
XI O3. National Council of Farmer Cooperatives. 1989
XI O3. National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. 1990-1993
XI O4. Women's organizations. 1989-1990
XI P. Relations to all other organizations. 1989-1994
XI P1. Business organizations. 1989-1991
XI P3. Consumer groups. 1989-1992
XI P6. Agribusiness corporations. 1989-1992
XI P7. Foundations and think tanks. 1989-1991
XI P8. Organization of Professional Employees of the USDA (OPEDA). 1989-1991
XI P9. American Farmland Trust. 1989-1995

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XII

XII. Commodities (alphabetical)
XII. Alcohol. 1989-1993
XII. Barley. 1989-1993
XII. Beef. 1989-1990
XII. Beef. 1991-1992
XII. Beef. 1993-1995
XII. Bees. 1989
XII. Bees. 1990-1992
XII. Bees. 1993-1994
XII. Butter. 1989-1994
XII. Canola. 1989-1991
XII. Cattle. 1989-1990
XII. Cattle. 1991
XII. Cattle. 1992-1996
XII. Cheese. 1989-1994
XII. Chickens. 1989-1994
XII. Christmas trees. 1989-1993
XII. Cocoa and chocolate. 1988-1992
XII. Coffee and chicory. 1989-1991
XII. Coffee and chicory. 1992-1994
XII. Corn. 1985-1989
XII. Corn. 1990

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XII. Corn. 1991-1992
XII. Corn. 1993-1995
XII. Cotton. 1989
XII. Cotton. 1990
XII. Cotton. 1991-1992
XII. Cotton. 1993-1996
XII. Cotton, clippings. 1989-1992
XII. Dairy, in general. 1989-1990
XII. Dairy, in general. 1991
XII. Dairy, in general. 1992-1995
XII. Eggs. 1989-1995
XII. Fats and oils and oilseeds, in general. 1989-1993
XII. Feed grains, in general. 1989-1993
XII. Fish. 1989-1991
XII. Fish. 1992-1994
XII. Flax. 1990
XII. Flour. 1989
XII. Flowers. 1989-1994
XII. Flowers, clippings. 1994
XII. Fruits. 1989-1990
XII. Fruits. 1991-1996
XII. Fruits, clippings. 1989
XII. Fruits, clippings. 1990
XII. Fruits, clippings. 1991-1992
XII. Fruits, clippings. 1993-1995
XII. Grains, in general. 1989
XII. Grains, in general. 1990-1994
XII. Grain sorghum. 1989-1993
XII. Grapes and raisins. 1993-1994
XII. Hay. 1989-1996
XII. Hemp. 1989-1994
XII. Hogs. 1989-1991
XII. Hogs. 1992-1995
XII. Honey. 1989-1995
XII. Horses and mules. 1989-1994
XII. Illegal Commodities. 1990
XII. Illegal Crops. 1989-1992
XII. Kenaf. 1989-1991
XII. Livestock and meat, in general. 1989-1991
XII. Livestock and meat, in general. 1992-1995
XII. Livestock and meat, in general, clippings. 1990-1995
XII. Lumber and other forest products (except Christmas trees). 1988-1992
XII. Lumber and other forest products (except Christmas trees). 1993-1994
XII. Maple syrup. 1989
XII. Meat. 1989-1994
XII. Milk. 1989
XII. Milk. 1990
XII. Milk. 1991-1992
XII. Milk. 1993-1996

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XII. Milk, clippings. 1989-1990
XII. Milk, clippings. 1991-1992
XII. Milk, clippings. 1993
XII. Milk, clippings. 1994-1995
XII. Mohair. 1991-1995
XII. Mutton and lamb. 1989-1992
XII. Nuts. 1989-1992
XII. Nuts, clippings. 1989-1995
XII. Oats. 1989-1993
XII. Oil. 1995
XII. Palm oil. 1989-1994
XII. Palm oil, clippings. 1989-1994
XII. Peanuts. 1989-1990
XII. Peanuts. 1991-1994
XII. Peanuts, clippings. 1989-1994
XII. Pork, ham, and bacon. 1989-1994
XII. Pork, ham, and bacon, clippings. 1989-1995
XII. Potatoes. 1989-1994
XII. Potatoes, clippings. 1989-1995
XII. Poultry products, in general. 1989-1995
XII. Rice. 1989-1990
XII. Rice. 1991-1996
XII. Rubber. 1990-1993
XII. Rye. 1989
XII. Seafood. 1989-1994
XII. Seeds. 1995
XII. Sheep. 1989-1995
XII. Soybeans. 1989
XII. Soybeans. 1990
XII. Soybeans. 1991-1995
XII. Spices. 1989-1993
XII. Sugar and sweeteners. 1989
XII. Sugar and sweeteners. January-March 1990
XII. Sugar and sweeteners. April-December 1990
XII. Sugar and sweeteners. 1991-1996
XII. Sugar and sweeteners, clippings. 1989-1991
XII. Sunflowers. 1992-1994
XII. Tea. 1991-1993
XII. Tobacco. 1989
XII. Tobacco. 1990
XII. Tobacco. 1991-1992
XII. Tobacco. 1993-1997
XII. Tobacco, clippings. 1989-1995
XII. Tobacco, Farm Legislation. 1990
XII. Trees. 1990-1992
XII. Turkeys. 1989-1991
XII. Vegetables. 1989-1994
XII. Vegetables, clippings. 1989-1995
XII. Wheat. 1989
XII. Wheat. 1990

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XII. Wheat. 1991
XII. Wheat. 1992
XII. Wheat. 1993-1996
XII. Wheat, Farm Legislation. 1990
XII. Wine. 1990-1994
XII. Wood. 1993
XII. Wool. 1989-1994

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XIII

XIII. Rural development. 1989-1994
XIII A. Concepts of rural development. 1989-1992
XIII A. Concepts of rural development, clippings. 1995 XIII B. Rural problems. 1989-1992
XIII B1. Population shifts. 1989-1994
XIII B2. Community services. 1989-1991
XIII B2a. Health. 1989-1994
XIII B2b. Transportation of rural people. 1989-1992
XIII B3. Poverty. 1989-1995
XIII B4. Employment. 1989-1994
XIII B4a. Job Corps. 1989-1995
XIII B5. Housing. 1992-1994
XIII B6. Education. 1989-1994
XIII B6a. ACTION (Teacher Corps). 1991
XIII C. Funding for rural development programs. 1991-1994
XIII C1. Federal. 1989-1994
XIII C2. State and local. 1989-1993
XIII C3. Private, individual, non-profit organizational aid. 1989-1993
XIII D. Coordination of rural development. 1990-1992
XIII D1. Rural Public Administration Network. 1989-1990
XIII D2. Regional rural development centers. 1990-1992
XIII D2. Regional rural development centers, clippings. 1995

Here endeth the First Series.

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