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Ground squirrel with tractor and plow
Humorous pictures; Squirrels; Tractors; Plows;
A ground squirrel sits on a toy tractor pulling a plow.
Human plow, Hansboro, N.D.
Plows; Crowds; Plowing;
Two men sit on the shoulders of other men who are attempting to pull a plow to which they have been harnessed. A large crowd of other men watch.
Plowing with four horse team
Plowing; Plows; Horses; Farming;
A man rides a plow pulled by a team of four horses. Freshly turned earth is visible at right.
Plowing with steam-powered tractor at the Ink Farm, Wahpeton, N.D.
Tractors; Traction engines; Plows; Farming;
Six man stand on or around a steam-powered tractor pulling a plow through a field at the Ink Farm near Wahpeton.
Five horse team pulling man on plow, Wahpeton, N.D.
Horses; Plows; Plowing; Farming;
A man sits on a plow being pulled by a team of five horses in a field near Wahpeton.
Horses; Plowing; Agricultural machinery & implements; Farm life; Stereographs;
Teams of horses pull plows to break up sod.
Man and snow plow
Snow removal; Snow; Plows; Houses; Winter;
A man stands in front of a snow plow. All four tires are equipped with snow chains. A house is visible in the background.
Steam plow, Hettinger County, N.D.
Plows; Plowing; Croplands; Boys;
Several men sit on and operate a steam plow working the land in Hettinger County. Three young boys sit and stand near the machine as it operates.
Plowing, Dalrymple farm, Fargo, Dakota Territory
Horses; Horse teams; Stereographs; Men; Plowing; Plows; Croplands;
Several teams of horses pulling plows with men following. A lone team and man stands right-center in the middle of the broken field.
Power used on North Dakota farms
Postcards; Tractors; Plows; Plowing; Hay;
Four men stand next to an Avery Tractor with equipped with 10 plows and carrying hay on an unidentified North Dakota farm.
Homesteaders Sod Fort of North Dakota
Postcards; Sod buildings; Dogs; Plows; Haystacks; Homesteading;
Two men and a small dog stand outside a sod homestead shack somewhere in North Dakota. Wooden crates are piled along one side of the building. A plow and haystacks are visible on the other side of the...
Turning over rich sod on the North Dakota plains
Postcards; Cattle; Ox teams; Plows; Plowing;
Farmers use cattle and oxen to pull plows to break up the land in an unidentified North Dakota location.
Demonstrating how to use a 1909 tractor video
Tractors; Plowing; Plows; Croplands;
A man breaks up a field and performs other agricultural feats using a 1909 tractor. Footage of a man driving an antique car is also included.
Albin Larson plowing, Sanish, N.D.
Plowing; Plows; Horses; Postcards;
Albin Larson uses 5 horses to pull his plow, likely near Sanish, N.D.
Giving citizenship to the Indian, shooting off the last arrows, Fort Yates, N.D.
Citizenship; Flags; Indian agents; Crowds; Group portraits; Plows; Bows (Archery); Arrows;
A man holds a bow and prepares to shoot a last arrow off into the air during a citizenship ceremony in Fort Yates, N.D. Other men in the photograph also hold arrows. Major James McLaughlin stands behind...
J. Odland plowing disking and harvesting in one operation, Beach, N.D.
Postcards; Plows; Plowing; Harvesting;
A man identified only as J. Odland plows, discs, and harvests in one pass on land near Beach, N.D.
Turning over the sod near Beach ND
Postcards; Plowing; Plows; Tractors;
A tractor pulls plows, discs, and other implements to turn the sod near Beach, N.D.
Plowing; Plows; Horses; Horseback riding;
A line of horse-drawn plows stretches off into the distance. Two men on horseback and a man on foot stand nearby.
Tractors and plows on Bagg Bonanza farm, Richland County, N.D.
Tractors; Plows; Plowing;
A tractor pulls a series of plows on the Bagg Bonanza farm in Richland County, N.D.
Thirteen horse drawn plows on Bagg Bonanza Farm, Richland County, N.D.
Horses; Plows; Plowing;
Panorama of thirteen horse drawn plows with drivers ranged on land ready to plow. They are spaced so one plow overlaps the area of the one preceding it. Each plow is pulled by a four to six horse team....
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