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About the Montana State University (MSU) Extension Service Historical Publications

What is it?

The Montana State University (MSU) Extension Service Historical Publications collection contains over 2,300 articles and documents written by Montana Extension Agents from 1915 - 1990’s. These original publications are available in hardcopy form within the Montana State University Library collections.

Some of the MSU Extension Service historical publications are also available here as full-text retrieval digital files. The library's MSU Extension Service historical publications journal types include: Bulletins, Circulars, and Montguides.

Examples of publication topics found in the MSU Library collections includes: farm and ranch management, animal husbandry, crop and soil development, gardening, home food processing, sewing, family and childhood health, home management, family budgets, estate wills and deeds, 4H clubs, boys and girls clubs, and small businesses.

Partial funding for this online, full-text retrieval database of MSU Extension Service historical publications was funded by the Agriculture Network Information Center (AgNIC), a consortium of Land Grant University Libraries and Extension Services that strives to provide quality agricultural information. This database uses Agricultural Information Management Standards (AIMS) AGROVOC Vocabularies.

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The Montana State University (MSU) Extension Service Historical Publications database supports the effort between Montana State University (MSU) Library and AgNIC to deliver full-text content of over 300 historical extension service articles written by Montana Extension Agents.

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