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1. Main house Bagg Bonanza Farm, southeast of Mooreton, Richland County, N.D. Main house Bagg Bonanza Farm, southeast of Mooreton, Richland County, N.D. Farmhouses; Farms; A view of the Main house at the Bagg Bonanza Farm southeast of Mooreton, N.D.

2. Main house, Bagg Bonanza Farm, southeast of Mooreton, Richland County, N.D. Main house, Bagg Bonanza Farm, southeast of Mooreton, Richland County, N.D. Farmhouses; Farms; Signs (Notices); A view of the farmhouse at the Bagg Bonanza Farm near Mooreton, N.D. A sign in front of the house reads: "The F.A. Bagg Farm listed on the National Register of Historic Places November 14, 1985. Approved...

3. Soybeans in Richland County, N.D. Soybeans in Richland County, N.D. Soybeans; A close-up view of a soybean field in Richland County, N.D.

4. Main Street after the blizzard, unidentified town, Richland County, N.D. Main Street after the blizzard, unidentified town, Richland County, N.D. Horses; Snow; Storefronts; Business districts; Men; Dogs; Snow piled high in the street in the business district. Many people are standing on top of drifts nearly one storey high. A man riding a horse is in the foreground.

5. Tractors and plows on Bagg Bonanza farm, Richland County, N.D. 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.

6. Stem rust spreads from common barberry to grains and grasses, Richland County, N.D. Stem rust spreads from common barberry to grains and grasses, Richland County, N.D. Plant parasites; This excerpt from the 1923 annual report on progress on barberry eradication shows the area of farmland that stem rust from one small barberry hedge can infect.
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