An Illustrated Account of the 1830's Mulberry Craze - Modern Farmer

An Illustrated Account of the 1830’s Mulberry Craze

In the 1830s, lured by the promise of becoming rich from the domestic silk worm trade, Connecticut went through a mulberry tree boom, bubble and eventual bust.

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