The new world or Mechanical system, : to perform the labours of man and beast by inanimate powers, that cost nothing, for producing and preparing the substances of life. : With plates. / By J.A. Etzler. ; As a sequel to his "Paradise." ; It is proved here from experience:--How to cultivate 20,000 acres by one machine and three or four men, with a capital of less than one dollar per acre, in the most superior mode--how to clear land from trees, stumps, roots and stones; fill and drain swamps, make dams, canals, ditches, roads, and perform any kind of work in the ground; build houses, and furnish as much inanimate power as desired, for ever, for any place and any stationary machine--all by the same system. ; [Two lines of quotation]

Chicago citation style
Etzler, J. A. (John Adolphus). The new world or Mechanical system, : to perform the labours of man and beast by inanimate powers, that cost nothing, for producing and preparing the substances of life. : With plates. / By J.A. Etzler. ; As a sequel to his "Paradise." ; It is proved here from experience:--How to cultivate 20,000 acres by one machine and three or four men, with a capital of less than one dollar per acre, in the most superior mode--how to clear land from trees, stumps, roots and stones; fill and drain swamps, make dams, canals, ditches, roads, and perform any kind of work in the ground; build houses, and furnish as much inanimate power as desired, for ever, for any place and any stationary machine--all by the same system. ; [Two lines of quotation]. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, https://archive.org/details/newworldormechan00etzl. (Accessed December 9, 2018.)
APA citation style
Etzler, J. A. (John Adolphus), The new world or Mechanical system, : to perform the labours of man and beast by inanimate powers, that cost nothing, for producing and preparing the substances of life. : With plates. / By J.A. Etzler. ; As a sequel to his "Paradise." ; It is proved here from experience:--How to cultivate 20,000 acres by one machine and three or four men, with a capital of less than one dollar per acre, in the most superior mode--how to clear land from trees, stumps, roots and stones; fill and drain swamps, make dams, canals, ditches, roads, and perform any kind of work in the ground; build houses, and furnish as much inanimate power as desired, for ever, for any place and any stationary machine--all by the same system. ; [Two lines of quotation]. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, https://archive.org/details/newworldormechan00etzl
MLA citation style
Etzler, J. A. (John Adolphus). Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <https://archive.org/details/newworldormechan00etzl>.
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