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U OF ILLINOIS ISSUES WHITE PAPER "PIONEER AGRICULTURAL JOURNALISTS"
By Dr. Jim Evans, University of Illinois

You can view the latest ACDC digital exhibit, "Pioneer Agricultural Journalists," on the Agricultural Communications Documentation Center website.

To view the paper and its digital exhibit click here.

This exhibit provides a sampling of early agricultural editors in the U.S. It focuses on the 15 journalists William Edward Ogilvie wrote about in Pioneering Agricultural Journalists: Brief Biographical Sketches of Some of the Early Editors in the Field of Agricultural Journalism.

These pioneering agricultural journalists used their skills and publications to disseminate agrarian and farming knowledge and to expand the field. Their pioneering dates back to 1819 when John S. Skinner established the American Farmer. He became what Ogilvie described as "the father of American farm journalism."

We hope you enjoy it. Thanks to graduate assistant Hailley Shaw for preparing it as part of our digital exhibit series.


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