[Steubenville, OH (?), 1872. Broadside, approx. 10½" x 8"; near fine. A leading citizen and lawyer from Ohio here argues for the economic benefits of increased production of cannibis, especially in otherwise marginalized lands: "On strong uplands it will produce for 1000 to 1200 pounds per acre. On overflowed river bottoms a ton is often attained, and the overflow may, like the Nile in Egypt, keep up the fertility of the soil." Marsh, was born in Hartland, VT in 1793 but removed Licking County Ohio as early as 1840. He passed away in Steubenville in 1875. Not found in OCLC. (Inventory #: 49674)
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