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It was a bright and sunny day in a mining camp in West Virginia, and a relief worker was walking down between two rows of houses, talking to a stranger as she went.

"In this house here, where we are going now," she said, "lives a young couple with two children. They have done remarkably well with the garden they started…"  >>more...>>

Title:     Subsistence Farmsteads
Author:    Roosevelt, Eleanor
Publication:     Forum
Date:     April, 1934

Type:     Article

Listed Under:
Subsistence Homesteads

Notes:     Originally published in Forum 91 (April 1934): 199-201.