Friday, November 22 / 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Session 137
Commodity data is messy: Issues in commodity production and quantification

Chair: Daniel Milowski, Arizona State University

1. Counting Cows and Hawking Horses: Quantifying Historic Livestock Data in Montana, 1860-1915.Kerri Clement, University of Colorado Boulder.

2. Shifting Markets: The Sugar Industry in the U.S. South and Hawai‘i in the Mid-Late 19th CenturyMallory Huard, Pennsylvania State University.

3. Average Beasts and Where to Find Them: Livestock and Land Use in Atlantic Canada's Rural Energy TransitionJosh MacFadyen, University of Prince Edward Island.

4. Mapping Intensive Agriculture in Western Kansas, 1918 to 1981Ken Sylvester, University of Michigan.

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