The Country Gentleman

''The Country Gentleman'' (1852–1955) was an American agricultural magazine founded in 1852 in Albany, NY, by Luther Tucker.

Since the founder, Luther Tucker, had started ''Genesee Farmer'' in 1831, which merged with ''The Cultivator'', which was merged into ''The Country Gentleman'', the claim has been made that it was as old as ''The Genesee Farmer''.

:The farm section dealt with agronomy, stock raising, machinery, and meetings of agricultural societies; for gardeners there was advice about methods and information about new varieties of vegetables and fruit…The Fireside Department contained entertaining reading, including excerpts from new books, and a Leisure Hour column of selected poetry.

The magazine was purchased by Philadelphia-based Curtis Publishing Company in 1911. Curtis redirected the magazine to address the business side of farming, which was largely ignored by the agricultural magazines of the time. In 1955, ''The Country Gentleman'' was the second most popular agricultural magazine in the US, with a circulation of 2,870,380. That year it was purchased by, and merged into, ''Farm Journal'', an agricultural magazine with a slightly larger circulation. Provided by Wikipedia

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Published 1815
Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy

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Published 1819
Printed for W. Clarke

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Published 1823
Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown

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Published 1830
Printed and sold by E. Woolmer and Co

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Published 1830
J. Ridgway

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Published 1753
[Printed, and sold by M. Cooper ... [et al.]

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Published 1767
Printed for S. Bladon, and F. Blyth

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Published 1773
Printed for Charles Elliot

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Published 1711
Printed by J. Grantham for J. Baker

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Published 1795
Printed for W. Jones

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Published 1795
Printed for the author by Simmons and Kirkby