The American Bee Journal, Vol. XXXIII, No. 4, Jan 1894

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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 "Selling Extracted Honey at Retail" to "Danger in Climbing for Swarms" - Summary by Larry Wilson (2 hr 0 min)


Editorial 11:03 Read by James R. Hedrick
General Questions 7:46 Read by Mark Wayne
Biographical - Edward Kretchmer 6:49 Read by James R. Hedrick
In Sunny Southland 11:00 Read by Jason Gemenetzis
Queries and Replies 6:06 Read by Mark Wayne
Selling Extracted Honey at Retail 7:00 Read by Jack Hill
Positive Prevention of After-Swarming 5:02 Read by James R. Hedrick
Making Sugar Syrup for Feeding Bees 7:26 Read by James R. Hedrick
Bees in the Sierra Nevada Mountains 5:16 Read by Alan Mapstone
Danger in Climbing for Swarms, Etc. 3:48 Read by Seagull Gracie
Brace-Combs—Cause and Prevention 4:09 Read by Christine Rottger
Apicultural Work at Experiment Stations 7:52 Read by TexasReader
Advantages of Northern Michigan for Honey-Production 8:44 Read by Seagull Gracie
Random Stings 7:52 Read by Kerry Adams
Langstroth Fund & Clubbing List 3:15 Read by Larry Wilson
Our Letter Box, Part 1 8:00 Read by Sonia
Our Letter Box, Part 2 9:49 Read by Sonia