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Image: Traditional farming and buildings, Southern Poland
ID:  4251
Artist:  unknown
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Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Traditional farming and buildings, Southern Poland
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Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentyfirst century
URL:  http://www.photographersdirect.com/buyers/pe_buyer.cgi?imageid=229472
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Index Words:  haycocks, woman, rake
Place:  Poland
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Image: Traditional farming and buildings, Southern Poland
ID:  4252
Artist:  unknown
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Artist Country: British
Title of Work:  Traditional farming and buildings, Southern Poland
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Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentyfirst century
URL:  http://www.photographersdirect.com/buyers/pe_buyer.cgi?imageid=229470
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Index Words:  haycocks, woman, rake
Place:  Poland
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Image: Carrying hay in the Engadine, Grisons
ID:  4253
Artist:  unknown
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Title of Work:  Carrying hay in the Engadine, Grisons
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Medium:  postcard
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URL:  http://www.ushistoricalarchive.com/photochroms/955.html
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Index Words:  ox, wagon, haybundles
Place:  Switzerland
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Image: Double hayrack
ID:  4254
Artist:  Munn, Jeff
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Double hayrack
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Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentyfirst century
URL:  http://www.munnwerks.com/dblhayrack.JPG
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Index Words:  hayrack, architecture
Place:  Slovenia
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Image: Haycutting tent village, Tibet
ID:  4255
Artist:  Goldstein, Melvyn C. & Beall, Cynthia M.
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Haycutting tent village, Tibet
Date of Work:  c1988
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.case.edu/affil/tibet/booksAndPapers/nomads/images/Page75b1.htm
Citation:  Goldstein, Melvyn C. & Beall, Cynthia M. Nomads of Western Tibet. University of California Press 1990, Chapter 6.
Index Words:  yaks, transport, nomadism, haybundles
Place:  Tibet
Notes:  Nomadic Tibetans load bundles of hay onto their yaks. In the background are a few of the hundred or so tents which are raised in this ungrazed pasture, once a year in September. This annual gathering is documented in a fascinating article by Goldstein and Beall, from which images 4255-4259 and much of the accompanying annotations have been borrowed.
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Image: Nomad haycutter
ID:  4256
Artist:  Goldstein, Melvyn C. & Beall, Cynthia M.
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Nomad haycutter
Date of Work:  c1988
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.case.edu/affil/tibet/booksAndPapers/nomads/images/Page74_1.htm
Citation:  Goldstein, Melvyn C. & Beall, Cynthia M. Nomads of Western Tibet. University of California Press 1990, Chapter 6.
Index Words:  nomadism, hayfield
Place:  Tibet
Notes:  Once a year, on a government-designated day in September, nomads from Pala and several adjacent areas travel 3 to 4 days to a pasture area that has been left ungrazed all year to cut hay for their horses. In about 1988 about 100 tents attended.
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Image: Nomad haycutter
ID:  4257
Artist:  Goldstein, Melvyn C. & Beall, Cynthia M.
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Nomad haycutter
Date of Work:  c1988
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.case.edu/affil/tibet/booksAndPapers/nomads/images/Page75a1.htm
Citation:  Goldstein, Melvyn C. & Beall, Cynthia M. Nomads of Western Tibet. University of California Press 1990, Chapter 6.
Index Words:  mowing, sickle, nomadism, hayfield
Place:  Tibet
Notes:  The haycutting are consisted primarily of tall vegetation (about one to one-and-a-half feet) thick enough to be gathered into a handful and cut with a sickle. At 8 a.m. on the specified day, an official blew a whistle to start the cutting. Everyone rushed to the adjacent slopes and plains in search of the perfect spot. People would cut for an hour or so, stuffing handfuls of grass into their cloaks, then pause to fashion them into two-foot-long twists and carry bundles of these back to their tent to dry.
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Image: Nomad haycutter
ID:  4258
Artist:  Goldstein, Melvyn C. & Beall, Cynthia M.
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Nomad haycutter
Date of Work:  c1988
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.case.edu/affil/tibet/booksAndPapers/nomads/images/Page76_1.htm
Citation:  Goldstein, Melvyn C. & Beall, Cynthia M. Nomads of Western Tibet. University of California Press 1990, Chapter 6.
Index Words:  nomadism, hayfield, haybundle, transport, yaks
Place:  Tibet
Notes:  The nomads cut grass from early morning until evening, taking a two-hour midday break.
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Image: Nomad haycutter
ID:  4259
Artist:  Goldstein, Melvyn C. & Beall, Cynthia M.
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Artist Country: American
Title of Work:  Nomad haycutter
Date of Work:  c1988
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentieth century
URL:  http://www.case.edu/affil/tibet/booksAndPapers/nomads/images/Page77_1.htm
Citation:  Goldstein, Melvyn C. & Beall, Cynthia M. Nomads of Western Tibet. University of California Press 1990, Chapter 6.
Index Words:  mowing, sickle, nomadism, hayfield
Place:  Tibet
Notes:  The impact of hay cutting on the overall pastoral economy, however, is slight since this area provides too little hay to accommodate livestock during those times when snow prevents the animals from grazing, let alone for general use as a food supplement in winter and spring. And although some is occasionally given to lactating sheep and goats, virtually all is used to supplement the winter diet of the horses owned by the more affluent households. And nowadays, each nomad household also has to provide a small hay allotment to the district officials for their horses. Poor nomads go to cut grass to sell to the richer households who want more hay than they can cut (or who were unable to come at all that year). This is one of the ways that the poor supplement the insufficient income from their small herds.
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Image: Tatas of Togo, playing in the hay after the fonio has been trampled
ID:  4260
Artist:  Reyboz, Lucille
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Title of Work:  Tatas of Togo, playing in the hay after the fonio has been trampled
Date of Work:  2000
Medium:  photograph
Period/Style:  twentyfirst century
URL:  http://www.corbis.com/
Citation:  0000366179-106
Index Words:  child, play, haystack
Place:  Togo
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