This chapter focuses on Agriculture, detailing Gallman’s estimation of the current-price and constant-price (1860) values of the capital stock on a decadal basis from 1840 to 1900. It includes Buildings, Equipment, Animal Inventories, and Land Improvements. The chapters highlights the importance on land clearing activities in the growth of the US capital stock over the nineteenth century.
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