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1. Dried-up corn stalks caused by drought Dried-up corn stalks caused by drought Corn; Droughts; Farms; Farmhouses; Barns; Windmills; Croplands; Dried-up stalks of corn sit in a dry field somewhere in North Dakota during a dry season. A farmhouse, barn, windmills, and farm animals are visible in the distance.

2. Drought-stressed corn Drought-stressed corn Droughts; Croplands; Corn; Corn stalks barely peek above the ground in this drought stricken field.

3. George F. Will in Corn Field George F. Will in Corn Field Corn; Croplands; Horticulture; George F. Will, Sr. poses in a corn field in ths photograph. He reaches for the corn stalk and looks toward the camera.

4. Mandan Texts Mandan Texts Literature; Creation; 22 Mandan Indian stories recorded, transcribed, and translated by Robert C. Hollow. The following stories are available: First Creator and Lone Man Argue; First Creator and Lone Man Make the Land; The...

5. Neighbors helping Dave Jones husk corn near Leith, N.D. Neighbors helping Dave Jones husk corn near Leith, N.D. Carts & wagons; Horses; Corn; Corn husking; Neighbors arrive with wagons at the Dave Jones farm near Leith, N.D. to help husk corn during Dave Jones' illness.

6. Fred W. Neal cultivating corn, Shields, N.D. Fred W. Neal cultivating corn, Shields, N.D. Farming; Horses; Fred W. Neal sits behind a horse team while cultivating a field near Shields, N.D.

7. Mandan texts Mandan texts Literature; Creation; These texts are from Box 5 of the Robert C. Hollow Material and are located in a black 3-ring binder in Box 5 of the Robert C. Hollow collection. These texts were originally collected by Edward Kennard...

8. Corn, the food of the nation poster Corn, the food of the nation poster War posters; Corn; Food; Pancakes & waffles; Cookery; U.S. Food Administration poster picturing a woman standing with various products made from corn including muffins and pancakes.

9. Eat more corn, oats and rye products poster Eat more corn, oats and rye products poster War posters; Food; Fish; Fruit; Vegetables; Baskets; U.S. Food Administration advertisement poster urging consumers to conserve special foods for the army. A fish on a plate, fruits and vegetables, a roast bird, and a loaf of bread are visible.

10. Oscar H. Will seed corn shipment to Russia, Bismarck, N.D. Oscar H. Will seed corn shipment to Russia, Bismarck, N.D. Snow; Winter; Corn; Trucks; Railroad freight cars; Gifts; An Oscar H. Will Company truck sits in front of a Northern Pacific freight car after delivering Burleigh County seed corn as a gift to the Russian government. The sign on the side of the freight car reads...

11. Oscar H. Will Seed Company wagon, Bismarck, N.D. Oscar H. Will Seed Company wagon, Bismarck, N.D. Carts & wagons; Horses; Corn; Seed trade; A man sits in a full Wachter Dray and Transfer wagon in front of the Oscar H. Will Pioneer Seed House in Bismarck. A sign on the side of the wagon reads "Shipment of N.D. seed corn to Pretoria South Africa...

12. Man with car near corn shock, Burke County, N.D. Man with car near corn shock, Burke County, N.D. Corn shocks; Automobiles; An unidentified man stands between a car and a shock of corn in a field in Burke County, N.D.

13. Two horses pulling 1941 Case corn planter, Almont, Morton County, N.D. Two horses pulling 1941 Case corn planter, Almont, Morton County, N.D. Corn; Agricultural machinery & implements; Horses; A man sits on a Case corn planter being pulled by two horses in Almont, N.D. More modern farm equipment is visible in the background.

14. Corn in snow fence bins at the Otis Nelson farm, Wheatland, N.D. Corn in snow fence bins at the Otis Nelson farm, Wheatland, N.D. Corn; Snow fences; Bins made from snow fencing hold ears of corn at the Otis Nelson farm near Wheatland, N.D.

15. Moves Slowly, Last Mandan Corn Priest Moves Slowly, Last Mandan Corn Priest Corn; I-ĥe-na-mi or Moves Slowly (Mandan), an Okipa priest, sits posed wearing leggings with quilled strips, and his moccasins and pipe bag have quilled decorations

16. Owl Woman hanging squash to dry Owl Woman hanging squash to dry Gardening; Gardening equipment & supplies; Owl Woman hangs squash on rack to dry. After the squash were dried, they were stored in a cache pit along with dried corn, beans, and sunflower seeds. In winter, dried pieces of squash (high in vitamin...

17. Women gathering and braiding corn cobs Women gathering and braiding corn cobs Corn; Corn husking; Gardening; Children Three women sit in a corn field gathering and braiding corn cobs. Piles of corn and braided corn are in the foreground. A young child is also visible.

18. Man using corn drill, Mandan, N.D. Man using corn drill, Mandan, N.D. Corn; Gardening equipment & supplies; Man wearing bib overalls and a cap is using a corn drill to plant corn.

19. Owl Woman cutting squash to dry Owl Woman cutting squash to dry Gardening; Gardening equipment & supplies; Owl woman uses a scapula knife to slice squash for drying. A pile of squash is visible on the right. After the squash were dried, they were stored in a cache pit along with dried corn, beans, and sunflower...

20. Owl Woman with antler rake in garden Owl Woman with antler rake in garden Gardening; Gardening equipment & supplies; Indian woman stands in field holding an antler rake. Sunflowers and corn plants are standing behind the woman. Several other people are visible to the left.
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