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Corn ears and stalks

[4 illus. of Indians: warrior in armor; woman grinding maize; woman wearing ornamental chains and necklaces; woman holding baby and ear of corn]

British Colonies in North America, 1775, Table of Exports from South Carolina: Rice, Indigo, Hemp, Indian Corn

Thomas Jefferson, July 26, 1803, Notes on Corn Sheller

[Miners panning for gold ; entering a mine shaft ; miners with equipment ; and miners cooking at camp] / Lith. of Britton & Rey, California St. corn. Montgomery St., S. Francisco.

James Stuart hung by the vigilance committee on Market St. wharf on the 11th of July 1851 ; Immense multitude present - 500 of the vigilance committee on duty at the execution / / Publ. & lith. by Justh Quirot & Co., Calif. corn. Montg. Sts. S.F.

Stockton ; June 1st, 1852 / / Lith. & publd. by Britton & Rey, corn. Montgry. & Cala. Sts., San Francisco.

Valuable invention! Highly important to farmers! C. H. Dana's premium hand corn planter. [1855].

Husking the corn in New England

"Get the best." Light! More light!! better light !!! Hanson's corn oil! ... H. P. Hanson & Co., proprietors and manufacturers, 85 Union Street Boston, Mass. Boston. Wright & Potter, proprietors and manufacturers 85 Union Street, Boston, Mass. Bo

Corn piled up on forward deck

Soldier group. (Corn harvest)

[Title page to The resources of Mexico..., by D. W. Seager]

Title page to The resources of Mexico..., by D. W. Seager

U.S. Reports: Halliday v. Hamilton, 78 U.S. (11 Wall.) 560 (1871)

U.S. Reports: Shrewsbury v. United States, 85 U.S. (18 Wall.) 664 (1874)

Corn is king, cotton is king

Joseph Exley (Ehley), West Union.

Mr. Willis, Broken Bow, Nebraska

Burlington Railroad surveyors west of Sargent, Nebraska, working through a man's cornfield

Mike Shroat, Jefferson, Custer County, Nebraska.

J.B. Davis, near Ansley, Custer County, Nebraska.

Family standing in cornfield in front of their farm buildings and sod house.

Mort Burger, near Genet Post Office, Custer County, Nebraska.

Wallace Dye, Sargent, Custer County, Nebraska.

Chapman, Custer County, near Walworth, Nebraska.

Mr. Adam Hannawald and family, Merna, Nebraska

Thomas W. Smith, an early settler on the north side of the Middle Loup River, near Walworth, Nebraska

Starting a new Family northwest of West Union, Nebraska.

Feeding cattle on a farm near Ansley, Nebraska

Chapman, Custer County, near Walworth, Nebraska.

Photographer's note: at the Custer County fair, Broken Bow, Nebraska.

Pfrehm Family Home, North part of Custer County, Nebraska.

Southeast Custer County, Nebraska.

"A Big Day for Our Little Boy." Custer County, Nebraska.

Vegetable exhibit at Custer County fair, Broken Bow, Nebraska

Farm scene, Custer County, Nebraska.

"New Settlers on the Prairie." East Custer County, Nebraska.

Custer County, Nebraska.

Bufford's vegetable cards, no. 790-4 [corn] / Bufford.

Custer County, Nebraska.

Stock ranch in east Custer County, Nebraska.

Using all the farm for crops - planting corn up to the front door. Custer County, Nebraska.

"A typical western Nebraska homestead." or "My little German home across the sea." Custer County, Nebraska.

Joseph Beckwith sod homestead

Custer County, Nebraska.

Sod house, Custer County, Nebraska

[Corn barn, Ambar]

C.A. Toby, near Ansley, Custer County, Nebraska.

Henry Wooters about nine miles east of Broken Bow, Custer County, Nebraska.

Ranch near Westerville, Custer County, Nebraska.

East Custer County, Nebraska.

Ortello Valley, Custer County, Nebraska.

Custer County, Nebraska.

Gathering at the farm of H.D. Straight at Ortello Valley, Custer County, Nebraska

Custer County, Nebraska.

East Custer County, Nebraska.

West Union, Custer County, Nebraska.

Ross Anderson, east Custer County, Nebraska.

Custer County, Nebraska.

Stock ranch in northeast Custer County, Nebraska.

East Custer County, Nebraska.

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Matthews and family, Custer County, Nebraska.

A farm in east Custer County, Nebraska

Shelling corn on the Charles Bowman farm near Gates, Custer County, Nebraska.

Custer County, Nebraska.

Between Ansley and Berwyn showing the Burlington Railroad Bridge, Custer County, Nebraska.

Watson, north part of Custer County, Nebraska.

Couple and seven children in front of a sod house, Custer County, Nebraska.

J.F. Breachbull, Anselmo, Custer County, Nebraska.

Man peddling corn husks to be used as wrapping paper

Family standing in cornfield on farm, Custer County, Nebraska.

[Corn (i.e. wheat) exchange hall with tower of town hall, Leyden, (i.e., Leiden) Holland]

Tom Young, north of Gates, north Custer County, Nebraska.

[Peasants grinding corn at Jerusalem, Holy Land]

Southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

Southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

William Engall ranch near Triumph on the South Loup River, east of Arnold, Nebraska.

Philip Zareb between Callaway and Arnold, Custer County, Nebraska.

Samuel Neve homestead, southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

Southwest Custer County, Nebraska

"A sod mansion." Custer County, Nebraska.

C. T. Holliday ranch near Arnold, Custer County, Nebraska.

Southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

William Engles, Triumph Post Office, South Loup, west of Callaway, Custer County, Nebraska.

Mahot ranch six miles north of Broken Bow, Custer County, Nebraska

J. Duvall, Custer County, Nebraska.

East of Callaway, near the South Loup River, Custer County, Nebraska.

Characteristic scene in the great corn belt, U.S.A.

In the great corn fields of eastern Kansas, U.S.A.

[A Cornfield, Mich.]

A Cornfield

Charles Bowman family, Custer County, Nebraska.

Kushira [i.e., Quirana] (or clown) at corn dance, Santo Domingo, New Mexico

Husking corn

Ephriam Swain Finch demonstrating how he attempted to kill grasshoppers in 1876..

Corn Exchange, New York

Corn Exchange, New York

[A Cornfield, Mich.]

Cutting and binding corn by hand