To destroy a standing crop goes against the soundest instincts of human nature.
People in cities may forget the soil for as long as a hundred years, but Mother Nature's memory is long and she will not let them forget indefinitely.
The big artist keeps an eye on nature and steals her tools.- Thomas Eakins
The writer is by nature a dreamer - a conscious dreamer.- Carson McCullers
Nature is usually wrong.- James McNeill Whistler
Nature has planted in our minds an insatiable longing to see the truth.- Marcus Tullius Cicero
For the mind disturbed, the still beauty of dawn is nature's finest balm.- Edwin Way Teale
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|Birth:||11th May, 1866|
|Death:||25th October, 1924|
|Profession:||Farmer, Journalist, Politician|
Henry Cantwell Wallacewas was born in Rock Island, Illinois, USA. He was an American farmer, journalist, and politician who served as the Secretary of Agriculture from 1921 to 1924. He was editor of Wallaces' Farmer from 1916 to 1921. He earned a B.A. degree from Iowa State Agricultural College in 1892.
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