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dc.identifier.citationSample citation: Forsyth, J.L. (1930). The Experimental Farm System and Its Value to Nova Scotia Agriculture. The A.C. Gateway, 21(1), 7-9. Retrieved from
dc.descriptionThis issue contains articles pertaining to experimental farms, fur farming and The Maritime Winter Fair. There are also articles on college life, social events, athletics and a jokes feature. Examples of articles include: "The Conference of the Students Christian Movement", "The Island is Leading the Way", The Meeting of Junior Degree Executive", "The Autobiography of a Cabbage Maggot" and "Things We Want to Know". In this issue, the title of the publication has been changed from "The Maritime Students' Agriculturist", "The A.C. Mike" and "The N.S.A.C. News" and from this issue on will be known as the "The A.C. Gateway".
dc.format51 pages : black and white photographs and illustrations, 20 cm. Front and back cover pages are damaged. The volume numbering appears to be incorrect.
dc.subjectNova Scotia Agricultural College
dc.subjectcollege activities
dc.subjectstudent life
dc.subjectNSAC alumni
dc.subjectcollege sports
dc.subjectfur farming
dc.subjectexperimental farms
dc.subjectcabbage maggot
dc.titleThe A.C. Gateway, Vol. XXIII, No. 1, 1930
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