FROM MARSH TO FARM The Landscape Transformation of Coastal New Jersey National Park Service
1847—Thomas Bridgeman The fruit cultivator's manual, containing ample directions for the cultivation of the most important fruits including cranberry, the fig, and grape, with descriptive lists of the most admired varietie And a calendar, showing the work necessary to be done in the orchard and fruit garden every month of the year. The whole adapted to the climate of the United States.
1856—B. Eastwood A complete manual for the cultivation of the cranberry. With a description of the best varieties.
1856—R.G. Pardee A complete manual for the cultivation of the strawberry : with a description of the best varieties. Also, notices of the raspberry, blackberry, cranberry, currant, gooseberry, and grape ; with directions for their cultivation, and the selection of the best varieties. Publication info: New York,Saxton,1854. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/52519#14
1857—B. Eastwood A complete manual for the cultivation of the cranberry : with a description of the best varieties New York :C.M. Saxton,1857, c1856. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/71405#9
1870—J.J. White Cranberry Culture
1890-- John B. Smith The Insects Injuriously Affecting Cranberries
1892 The Cranberry Bradley Fertilizer Company
1903 L.C. CORBETT CRANBERRY CULTURE
1907 J.J. White Cranberry Culture
1907--- C.L. Shear Cranberry Diseases
1917 -- H.B Scammell Cranberry Girdler
Bulletin, Issues 551-575 By United States. Dept. of Agriculture
1917--- H.B. Scammell Cranberry Insect Problems and Suggestions for solving them.
1918--- C.L. Shear-- Spoilage of cranberries after harvest
1922--C.W. Minitt Gipsy Moths on Cranberry Bogs
1924 George M. Darrow ----Establishing Cranberry Fields
Farmers' bulletin, Volumes 51-75 United States. Dept. of Agriculture