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1. Farm equipment at the National Plowing Contest of 1964, Wheatland, N.D. Farm equipment at the National Plowing Contest of 1964, Wheatland, N.D. Agriculture; A view of the National Plowing Contest showing people looking around at farm equipment, such as Oliver 770 and Oliver 1650 tractors. There are many signs and billboards advertising, including "Best year...

2. Facts and Figures about Dakota Territory for those intending to settle Facts and Figures about Dakota Territory for those intending to settle Agriculture; Land surveys; Pioneer Era; Environment; Transportation; Weather; Business & Industry; A twenty page pocket volume that contains facts, figures, and also describes and answers questions about farming and homesteading in Dakota Territory in 1886. Also included is information for emigrants,...

3. H.H. Humphrey 1964 National Plowing Contest Speech, Wheatland, N.D. H.H. Humphrey 1964 National Plowing Contest Speech, Wheatland, N.D. Politics & Government; People; H.H. Humphrey is standing on the podium, which says "North Dakota Broadcasting Company, Inc." giving a speech at the National Plowing Contest. There is a large crowd, including reporters up on a stand...

4. 1964 National Plowing Contest billboard, Wheatland, N.D. 1964 National Plowing Contest billboard, Wheatland, N.D. Agriculture; Five men hanging up the a billboard on three utility poles with three tall ladders that says, "Greater North Dakota Association Welcomes You to the 1964 National Plowing Contest and Soil Conservation Field...

5. Barry Goldwater 1964 National Plowing Contest supporters, Wheatland, N.D. Barry Goldwater 1964 National Plowing Contest supporters, Wheatland, N.D. Politics & Government; People; Republican presidential candidate Barry Goldwater gave a speech to a large crowd. This image shows a part of the crowd, many people are holding up political posters and campaign signs for Goldwater. There...

6. Aerial of 1964 National Plowing Contest, Wheatland, N.D. Aerial of 1964 National Plowing Contest, Wheatland, N.D. Aerials; Agriculture; This aerial photograph shows the "tent city" that was filled with farm displays and exhibits. There are many people, cars, tents, buildings, silos, and air planes visible. There is a large billboard sign...

7. Barry Goldwater Campaign of 1964, National Plowing Contest supporters on telephone booth, Wheatland, Barry Goldwater Campaign of 1964, National Plowing Contest supporters on telephone booth, Wheatland, N.D. Politics & Government; People; Republican presidential candidate Barry Goldwater gave a speech to a large crowd. This is a view of the Goldwater supporters that fought to get a view of the senator by climbing to the top of telephone...

8. Diary of William Cuningham Diary of William Cuningham Agriculture; Rural views; Social Life & Customs; A twenty-one page diary of William Cuningham's travels from Boston, MA to various locations in Pembina County during the summer and fall of 1914.

9. First furrows in LaMoure Co. with Edward Payson Wells at the plow First furrows in LaMoure Co. with Edward Payson Wells at the plow Agriculture; Pioneer Era; A view of a field with Edward Payson Wells behind the plow, being pulled by a team of two ox, making the first furrows in LaMoure County, North Dakota. There are many people watching, and a cart with people...

10. Johnson Brothers Operation, Cavalier, N.D. Johnson Brothers Operation, Cavalier, N.D. People; Agriculture; This photograph shows a steam engine pulling a long plow unit. The piece of machinery was meant to plow, pack, harrow, and seed. A man stands behind the long piece of machinery and the field in the distance...

11. Plowing in Joliette, N.D. Plowing in Joliette, N.D. Agriculture; People; This photograph shows a steam engine pulling a plow. One man drives the steam engine, while the other pulls the levers on the plow. At left, another plow is visible and a horse drawn wagon is seen at right....

12. Train plowing snow Train plowing snow Transportation; Weather; A front view of a railroad snowplow locomotive clearing the snow from the railroad tracks. It is throwing the snow over the telegraph wires and utility poles. The train is emitting a lot of steam and smoke....

13. Adams Farm, Rural Wahpeton, N.D. Adams Farm, Rural Wahpeton, N.D. Agriculture; People; This photograph shows a line of several horses pulling plows in a field. The farmers ride on the plows and steer the horses.

14. Train plowing snow through the cut Train plowing snow through the cut Transportation; Weather; A railroad snowplow locomotive clearing the snow from the railroad tracks. It is a view from the back of the train, so the railroad cars are visible. There are people on top of on of the railroad cars....

15. Malette Farm, Casselton N.D. Malette Farm, Casselton N.D. Agriculture; Pioneer Era; Rural views; View of farmstead showing large house, barn, windmill and other outbuildings. Line up in front of buildings is six or more horse-drawn plowing teams. People standing on porch that extends on two sides...

16. Plowing in Walsh County, N.D. Plowing in Walsh County, N.D. Agriculture; People; This photograph features a steam powered tractor pulling a plow in the field. One man drives the tractor while the other appears to be working the plow. Notice the tractor lacks a chair for the driver....
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