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[Frogs, snails, and insects, including grasshoppers, beetles, wasps, and dragonflies]

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Suspense. First appearance of the grasshoppers in Nebraska

Eclipse. The sun darkened by the grassphoppers

Adversity. Effect of grass-hoppers coming down

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

A Chinese boy [with net] catching grasshoppers, Peiping, China

Sawing down trees killed by the drought and grasshoppers plague on the farm of Mrs. Emma Knoll in Grant County, North Dakota

Stripped bare by the drought and grasshoppers. Trees on the farm of Mrs. Emma Knoll. Grant County, North Dakota

Cattle turned loose in corn field already ruined by grasshoppers. Near Carson, North Dakota

Corn withered by the heat and chewed by grasshoppers. Terry, Montana

Drought cattle at the stockyards. These cattle are distinctly below average. Billings, Montana. Ranchers are unloading their herds before they get too thin. Grasshoppers have eaten up what little grass there was before drought

Cattle in cornfield ruined by drought and grasshoppers. Near Carson, North Dakota

Wheat field spoiled by grasshoppers plague near Beach, North Dakota

Trees stripped bare by drought and grasshoppers on farm near Saint Anthony, North Dakota

Corn, drought-stricken and eaten off by grasshoppers. Near Russelville, Arkansas

Grasshoppers have destroyed this orchard on Mrs. Emma Knoll's farm in Grant County, North Dakota

Corn withered by heat and chewed by grasshoppers. Terry, Montana

Corn withered by heat and chewed by grasshoppers. Terry, Montana

Inspecting a potato plant eaten by grasshoppers. Miles City, Montana

Trees killed by drought and grasshoppers frame this farm in Grant County, North Dakota

Grasshoppers, Richland County, Montana

Loading sacks of poison grasshopper bait. Forsyth, Montana

Grasshoppers on side of barn. Richland County, Montana

Preparing poison bait in grasshopper control program. Forsyth, Montana

Farmers spreading poison grasshopper bait, Richland County, Montana

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Farmers spreading poison grasshopper bait, Richland County, Montana

Filling a bag with poison bait for grasshoppers. Forsyth, Montana

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Preparing poison bait in grasshopper control program. Forsyth, Montana

Filling a bag with poison bait for grasshoppers. Forsyth, Montana

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Farmer loading spreading device with grasshopper poison. Forsyth, Montana

Grasshoppers, Richland County, Montana

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Grasshoppers on side of barn. Richland County, Montana

Farmer spreading poison grasshopper bait in sugar beet field. Forsyth, Montana

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Sugar beet plant damaged by grasshoppers. Forsyth, Montana

Loading sacks of poison grasshopper bait. Forsyth, Montana

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Grasshoppers on side of barn. Richland County, Montana

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Grasshoppers on side of barn. Richland County, Montana

Farmer spreading poison grasshopper bait in sugar beet field. Forsyth, Montana

Farmer loading spreading device with grasshopper poison. Forsyth, Montana

Letter from Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, September 10, 1876

Letter from Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, September 10, 1876

Letter from Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, September 10, 1876

Letter from Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, September 10, 1876

Letter from Giles S. Thomas to Thomas Family, June 24, 1877

Letter from Giles S. Thomas to Thomas Family, June 24, 1877

Letter from Giles S. Thomas to Thomas Family, June 24, 1877

Letter from Giles S. Thomas to Thomas Family, June 24, 1877

Letter from Giles S. Thomas to Thomas Family, June 24, 1877

Letter from Giles S. Thomas to Thomas Family, June 24, 1877

Kaki ni kirigirisu

Kaki ni kirigirisu

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, December 14, 1874

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, December 14, 1874

Letter from Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, November 24, 1874

Letter from Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, November 24, 1874

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