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AD: VEGETABLE CUTTER, 1873.
American advertisement for a root and vegetable cutter, 1873.
CHINA: TOMB FIGURE.
Earthenware tomb figure of a girl with a harvesting tool. Six Dynasties, 3rd-6th century A.D.
OREGON: FARM, 1939.
Hay forks leaning against a farm shed in Morrow County, Oregon. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, October 1939.
CALIFORNIA: FARMING, 1905.
A steam thresher with self-feeder, stacker and bagging attachment. Photographed in 1905.
GERMANY: WINTER, 2010.
Man shoveling snow from a roof in Brandenburg, Germany. Photograph by Iiona Studre, 29 December 2010. Full Credit: ullstein bild - Ilona Studre / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
EGYPT: SUEZ CRISIS, 1956.
A French paratrooper observing smoke from a burning oil tank while positioned in a foxhole at Port Fouad, Egypt, at the time of the Suez Crisis, 6 November 1956.
Treasury agents J.W. McDonald (left) and F.E. Walker shovel confiscated heroin into an incinerator. Photograph, 1936.
DORÉ: THE RAVEN, 1882.
'Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before...' Engraving by Gustave Doré, 1882, for an 1884 edition of 'The Raven' by Edgar Allan Poe.
TAROT CARD: DEATH.
'Death.' Woodcut, French, 16th century.
TRADE CARD, c1887.
'A Wheat Girl.' Trade card published by J.H. Bufford, c1887.
PARIS: BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION.
Scene from the construction of the Alexander III Bridge for the International Exposition of 1900 in Paris, France, as viewed from the left bank of the Seine, May 1899. Watercolor by Louis Charles Bombled.
SPANISH CIVIL WAR POSTER.
Republican (Loyalist) poster from the Spanish Civil War, 1936-39, featuring both Communist and Anarchist colors and emblems.
(1874-1965). Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill. English statesman and writer. Photographed with Sir Herbert Samuel at a tree planting ceremony at the Hebrew University, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem.
ANCIENT FARMING TOOLS.
A wooden hoe and a flint-bladed sickle with wooden handle from Egypt; and a bone-handled sickle from Palestine. All before 4000 B.C.
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1880.
'Farmer Garfield Cutting a Swath to the White House.' James Garfield as the 1880 Republican Party candidate for President on a lithograph poster by Currier & Ives, 1880.
American farmers cutting grain with scythes. Photographed c1920, possibly a staged reenactment of harvesting methods of the early 19th century.
FRENCH REVOLUTION, 1792.
'Peasant's Revenge.' Cleric leading a peasant on a noble's back. French colored etching, 1792.
Bank note engraving, American, c1870.
PUERTO RICO: PLANTATION.
A horse-powered harvesting tool on a sugar cane plantation in southwest Puerto Rico. Photograph by Jack Delano, c1941.
LOUISIANA SUGAR MILL, 1853.
Slaves work at a Louisiana sugar mill. Wood engraving, American, 1853.
FLORIDA NATIVES, 1591.
Florida Native Americans tilling and planting. Line engraving, 1591, by Theodor de Bry after a now lost drawing by Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues.
CHRISTMAS TREE, c1870.
'So the little fir-tree went off in its wheelbarrow, and tried to sit in it with a jaunty air, as if it was only being taken for a pleasant airing.' Wood engraving, c1870.
PHILADELPHIA: WINTER, 1873.
'Old Swedish Church in Philadelphia.' Wood engraving, American, 1873.
MEXICO: POLITICAL CARTOON.
'The Gardener. -'Get down from there, little brats, the master will see!.'' Mexican political cartoon about the scramble for the presidency at the time of the Mexican Revolution. Published May 1913.
Ditch digger, 1883, by Francesco Gioli (1846-1922), oil on panel, 39x22 cm. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
Harvest, painting by Federico Rossano (1835-1912), oil on canvas, 65x80 cm. Detail. Full credit: De Agostini / Bardazzi / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
'The Recent Deep Snow in Massachusetts: Street Scene in New Bedford.' Wood engraving, American, 1857.
JAMESTOWN: MASSACRE, 1622.
The massacre at Jamestown, Virginia, 1622. Wood engraving, c1875.
HINE: MOWING, 1915.
An eight-year old boy driving a horse rake used for mowing farmland, Western Massachusetts. Photograph by Lewis Hine, August 1915.
COLORADO: MINING, 1877.
Hydraulic placer mining in Russell Gulch, Colorado. Photograph, 1877.
Young peasant boys saw wood outside of a farmhouse. Wilhelm Tobien.
OXFORD, MARYLAND, USA.
A man steams crabs at a canning factory. Willard Culver.
NEW YORK: LITTLE ITALY.
Mulberry Street in Little Italy on a winter evening. Engraving after a drawing by W.A. Rogers, 1890.
NUDE IN FIELD, c1850.
Daguerreotype, c1850, from a stereograph view.
Incas cultivating a cornfield. Pen and ink drawing from 'El primer nueva cronica y buen gobierno' ('The first new chronicle and good government'), 1583-1615, by Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala.
FRANCE: PLOUGHING, 1763.
An idealized version of 'labourage,' the tilling and ploughing of arable soil, on a model manor, as depicted in Denis Diderot's 'Encyclopedia.' Line engraving, French, 1763.
SUBWAY CONSTRUCTION, 1937.
Subway construction at 6th Avenue and 42nd Street, New York City. Photograph, 1937.
FULTON FISH MARKET, 1938.
Unloading mussels at the Fulton Fish Market, New York City. Photograph, 1938.
AMERICAN FARM TOOLS.
American barley fork (left) and hay fork.
GRAVESTONE: 18th CENTURY.
Rubbing from an 18th century New England gravestone.
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