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Image: Farm scene on farm of FSA (Farm Security Administration) rehabilitation borrower Nyssa Heights, Oregon, Malheur County
ID:  4171
Artist:  Lee, Russell
Artist Birth Date:  1903
Artist Death Date:  1986
Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Farm scene on farm of FSA (Farm Security Administration) rehabilitation borrower Nyssa Heights, Oregon, Malheur County
Date of Work:  1941
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://memory.loc.gov
Citation:  FSA
Index Words:  haystack, cattle, derrick
Place:  Oregon
Notes:  The first year that this land on the Owyhee irrigation project is farmed it is impossible to grow any crops except hay. The farmers in the beginning had a few cows because of lack of funds to start herds, but within two or three years, herds began to increase and now much of the feed on the farm is used by home herd.
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Image: Pioneer settler of the Old West
ID:  4172
Artist:  unknown
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Pioneer settler of the Old West
Date of Work:  c1900
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://memory.loc.gov
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Index Words:  other-uses, architecture, dog
Place:  North Dakota
Notes:  Man standing holding two horses on farmstead with a sod house and barn. Also visible are a hay rack, buggy, dog, and another horse hitched to a sledge. Not identified, likely in North Dakota
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Image: Bringing the hay from the field to the machine for baling, on the Mary E. Jones place of about 140 acres, on Route No. 91, about two miles from Wake Forest, Wake County, North Carolina
ID:  4173
Artist:  Wolcott, Marion Post
Artist Birth Date:  1910
Artist Death Date:  1990
Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Bringing the hay from the field to the machine for baling, on the Mary E. Jones place of about 140 acres, on Route No. 91, about two miles from Wake Forest, Wake County, North Carolina
Date of Work:  1939
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://memory.loc.gov
Citation:  FSA
Index Words:  race, mules, sled, haycocks
Place:  North Carolina
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Image: Baldy, Colorado, with wagons and people
ID:  4174
Artist:  Henderson, John R
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Baldy, Colorado, with wagons and people
Date of Work:  c1915
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://photoswest.org/cgi-bin/imager?10007161+X-7161
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Index Words:  wagons, transport, city
Place:  Colorado
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Image: Food in Britain
ID:  4175
Artist:  unknown
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Title of Work:  Food in Britain
Date of Work:  1943
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://memory.loc.gov
Citation:  FSA
Index Words:  haystack, thatching, war
Place:  England
Notes:  Age is no obstacle to war work in Britain. Harry Kind, a sergeant during the Boer War, now seventy-one years old, works a full farming day. Here he is about to thatch a hay-rick. Approximately 700,000 old-age pensioners have braced themselves for fresh effort and gone into war work. The pretty village of Manuden, Essex, has a whole community of old age pensioners working on the land.
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Image: Lieu. Cloman's troop of Indian scouts P.R. Agency S.D.
ID:  4176
Artist:  Morledge, Clarence Grant
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Lieu. Cloman's troop of Indian scouts P.R. Agency S.D.
Date of Work:  1891
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://photoswest.org/cgi-bin/imager?10031402+X-31402
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Index Words:  square-hay-bales, winter, snow, war
Place:  South Dakota
Notes:  Lieutenant Cloman poses with his horse mounted troops of Native American Oglala Sioux scouts, during a drill in a snowstorm on the Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota. They wear uniforms with fur caps and mittens and hold rifles. Tepees, wall tents, spare horses, and hay bales show in their camp.
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Image: John Bakken sod house, Milton, North Dakota
ID:  4177
Artist:  McCarthy, John
Artist Birth Date:  1861
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  John Bakken sod house, Milton, North Dakota
Date of Work:  c1895
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  nineteenth century
URL:  http://memory.loc.gov
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Index Words:  haystack
Place:  North Dakota
Notes:  Sod house with Marget Bakken at the door with a wash basin in her hand. John Bakken stands in left foreground with spade in hand. In right foreground are their two small children, Tilda and Eddie (wearing a dress). By house is a dog and plant in the outside window ledge. There are also two stovepipes and vegetation on the roof. In distance on right side there appears to be a hay or straw stack and another sod structure.
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Image: Heteropogon contortus (pili) germinating from bales, Kahoolawe, Hawaii
ID:  4178
Artist:  Starr, Forest and Kim
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Heteropogon contortus (pili) germinating from bales, Kahoolawe, Hawaii
Date of Work:  2003
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentyfirst century
URL:  http://www.hear.org/starr/hiplants/images/600max/html/starr_030429_0069_heteropogon_contortus.htm
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Index Words:  square-hay-bales, other-uses
Place:  Hawaii
Notes:  Also known as spear, pili, or tanglehead grass, this tufted perennia has stems up to 120 cm high and long awns that are twisted together when mature. Widely distributed and abundant in areas with less than 800 mm of annual rainfall. Highly resistant to grass fires. Quick growing and valuable as fodder or hay until awns form, as these can injure the mouths and skin of stock. Good hay obtained if cut before flowering. Seldom cultivated, but normally found wherever grasslands are periodically burned. Has been introduced to arid parts of Hawaii to check erosion.
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Image: Heteropogon contortus (pili) balestack for erosion control, Kahoolawe, Hawaii
ID:  4179
Artist:  Starr, Forest and Kim
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Heteropogon contortus (pili) balestack for erosion control, Kahoolawe, Hawaii
Date of Work:  2003
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentyfirst century
URL:  http://www.hear.org/starr/hiplants/images/600max/html/starr_030429_0104_heteropogon_contortus.htm
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Index Words:  square-hay-bales, other-uses
Place:  Hawaii
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Image: Heteropogon contortus (pili) germinating from bales, Kahoolawe, Hawaii
ID:  4180
Artist:  Starr, Forest and Kim
Artist Birth Date:  
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Heteropogon contortus (pili) germinating from bales, Kahoolawe, Hawaii
Date of Work:  2003
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentyfirst century
URL:  http://www.hear.org/starr/hiplants/images/600max/html/starr_030429_0068_heteropogon_contortus.htm
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Index Words:  square-hay-bales, other-uses
Place:  Hawaii
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