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Look at how small & skinny this cow looks! 'Cow chewing corn on a farm near Fairfield, VT', Fairfield, Franklin, VT, Spet. 1941.

Look at how small & skinny this cow looks! 'Cow chewing corn on a farm near Fairfield, VT', Fairfield, Franklin, VT, Spet. 1941.

"Suppertime" for the westward migration. (Circa 1936). (Picture from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration.)

Great Depression Era: A Girl Making Supper. Farm Security Administration: "Suppertime" for the westward migration. Circa Picture from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration.

The home of the Gaynor family on a farm near Fairfield, Vermont

The home of the Gaynor family on a farm near Fairfield, Vermont, Photographer Jack Delano, August 1941

One of the Gaynor children playing with his dog on the Gaynor farm near Fairfield, Vermont

One of the Gaynor children playing with his dog on the Gaynor farm near Fairfield, Vermont

End of oregon trail...

Pioneers on the Oregon Trail - early the US goverment encouraged settlers to move west with the promise of free land if they staked a claim. There were many hardships, danger and sickness along the way.

Weight-pulling contest for oxen at the World's Fair at Tunbridge, Vermont

Weight-pulling contest for oxen at the World's Fair at Tunbridge, Vermont

thanks to the Library of Congress, for giving us a bumper crop of vintage farm horses doing their thing

20 Farm Horses From the Past

Johnny Gaynor driving a team of horses on the Gaynor farm near Fairfield, Vermont, Photographer Jack Delano September 1941

Aradale Mental Hospital | The Corpse Grinder... | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Australia, Ararat, Aradale Mental Hospital - The Corpse Grinder How horrible! (And what a dreadful job for whoever had to operate it) I've never heard of this device before.

Black Indians | Black Seminole Woman)

thisisqueenesther: “Black Seminole woman and child. — The Black Seminoles are an offshoot of the Gullah who escaped from rice plantations in Georgia and South Carolina. They built their own.

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