The American Bee Journal. Vol. XVII, No. 11, Mar. 16, 1881


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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 Colchian Honey and Honey-Producing in California to Early Importations of Italian Bees and Tardiness in Fecundity. - Summary by Larry Wilson (1 hr 59 min)

Chapters

Pure Liquid Honey in Glass Jars 4:05 Read by Grace Buchanan
Colchian Honey 4:49 Read by Adrian Stephens
Combined Summer and Winter Stand 2:34 Read by Adrian Stephens
Foul Brood, and Its Causes 5:48 Read by Adrian Stephens
Early Importations of Italian Bees 9:08 Read by Adrian Stephens
A Good Way to Promote Bee-Keeping 4:43 Read by Adrian Stephens
Do Bees Injure Fruit? 2:27 Read by Tarik Alyahya
Remarkable Tardiness in Fecundity 5:41 Read by Grace Buchanan
Honey-Producing in California 3:26 Read by Tarik Alyahya
Bee-Men to the Front 5:16 Read by Grace Buchanan
The In-and-In Breeding of Bees 3:43 Read by Tarik Alyahya
How to Prevent Robbing 3:45 Read by calmoji
Bees Killed by Kindness 2:29 Read by calmoji
Watchman! Tell us of the Night 6:01 Read by calmoji
Migratory Bee-Keeping 4:51 Read by calmoji
Interesting Letter from Ceylon 6:10 Read by Availle
Selections from Our Letter Box Part 1 9:22 Read by John Willcox-Beney
Selections from Our Letter Box Part 2 8:59 Read by John Willcox-Beney
Selections from Our Letter Box Part 3 10:04 Read by Sonia
Selections from Our Letter Box Part 4 12:00 Read by jenno
Convention Notes 5:27 Read by Larry Wilson