Farming: An Autobiography (ebook)
In 1964, Vermonters elected Harry Cooley to the office of Secretary of State, making him the first Democratic Party candidate in the state's history to win that office. He served two terms under Philip Hoff, the first Vermont Democrat to be elected governor in one hundred years. Harry enjoyed his years as a public servant, but when he set down his memoirs at the end of his life, what he most wanted to write about was farming. The foreword to this edition was written by Daniel Cooley, Harry's grandson, a plant pathologist who teaches at the University of Massachusetts–Amherst.