The American Bee Journal, Vol. VI. No. 3, Sept 1870

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The American Bee Journal is the “oldest bee paper in America established in 1861 devoted to scientific bee-culture and the production and sale of pure honey. Published every Wednesday, by Thomas G. Newman, Editor and Proprietor” In this issues are topics from Management of Bees in Winter to Artificial Queens, and a special tribute to James T. Langstroth. - Summary by Larry Wilson (3 hr 12 min)


The Foulbrood Question 14:28 Read by James R. Hedrick
Polanisia Purpurea 1:59 Read by James R. Hedrick
Bees in Borneo and Timor 12:30 Read by James R. Hedrick
Management of Bees in Winter 30:56 Read by prajak
Wintering Bees 5:24 Read by prajak
Italian Queens 4:08 Read by Erin Stone
Queen-Breeding 4:23 Read by kerrylee
About Italian Queens, &c; 8:15 Read by drandall
Bees in Central New Hampshire 5:29 Read by Larry Wilson
Natural, Prolific, Hardy Queens Part 2 2:36 Read by Dave Lanzafame
Natural and Prolific Hardy Queens 7:17 Read by Dave Lanzafame
Artificial Queens 7:12 Read by Owlivia
Novice 7:04 Read by Connemara
Bee-culture-East and West 5:15 Read by Alan Mapstone
Form of Hive, and Feeding Bees 7:42 Read by Joe Crafts
Bee Letter from Middle Tennessee 5:28 Read by Tom Merritt
That Shallow Form of Hive 4:48 Read by ABVoice
Letter from Missouri 3:02 Read by kerrylee
How We Made a Honey Knife 5:47 Read by ABVoice
More about the Looking-glass 4:40 Read by Alan Mapstone
Bee Humbugs 5:46 Read by Owlivia
Proper Requisites of Hives and Movable Frames 4:49 Read by DeliaSkoep
The American Bee Journal 8:45 Read by drandall
Correspondence of the Bee Journal 16:54 Read by drandall
Death of James T. Langstroth 7:27 Read by Larry Wilson