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Jim Norris, homesteader, Pie Town, New Mexico

D. Dunn just landed on his claim in Custer County.

First homestead

The first homestead in the United States, U.S.A.

Interior view of homestead dwelling, Jan. 23, 1904

[Settler's homestead, New Zealand]

The massacre of the trees / CH [monogram].

The dummy homesteader; or, the winning of the West / K.

Homesteader's house

Jack Whinery and Jim Norris, homesteaders, looking at roots of stalk of corn, Pie Town, New Mexico

Jack Whinery, homesteader, with his wife and the youngest of his five children, Pie Town, New Mexico

Son of Jim Norris, homesteader, tying corn into bundles, Pie Town, New Mexico

Faro and Doris Caudill, homesteaders, Pie Town, New Mexico

Group of homesteaders in front of the bean house which was used for exhibit hall at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair

Home of Jim Norris, homesteader, Pie Town, New Mexico

Mr. Leatherman, homesteader, shooting hawks which have been carrying away his chickens, Pie Town, New Mexico

Les Thomas, homesteader, Pie Town, New Mexico

Gathering corn in the field, Pie Town, New Mexico

Jim Norris, homesteader, cutting a head of cabbage, Pie Town, New Mexico

Mr. Leatherman, homesteader, shooting hawks which have been carrying away his chickens, Pie Town, New Mexico

Home of Jim Norris, homesteader, Pie Town, New Mexico

Mrs. Jim Norris with homegrown cabbage, one of the many vegetables which the homesteaders grow in abundance, Pie Town, New Mexico

Mrs. Norris with homegrown cabbage, one of the many vegetables which the homesteaders grow in abundance, Pie Town, New Mexico

Mr. Leatherman, homesteader, tying up cauliflower, Pie Town, New Mexico

Jim Norris, homesteader, Pie Town, New Mexico

The school at Pie Town, New Mexico is held in the Farm Bureau building, which was constructed by cooperative effort

Homesteader feeding his daughter at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair free barbeque

Homesteader and his children eating barbeque at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair

Homesteader feeding his daughter at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair free barbeque

Church at Pie Town, New Mexico. This building was a cooperative community enterprise

Pinto beans, main crop at Pie Town, New Mexico

Harvesting new corn from the field of Jim Norris, Pie Town, New Mexico

Bill Stagg, homesteader, in front of his barn, Pie Town, New Mexico

Jack Whinery, homesteader, and his family, Pie Town, New Mexico

Jack Whinery and his family, homesteaders, Pie Town, New Mexico

Dugout house of Faro Caudill, homesteader with Mt. Allegro in the background, Pie Town, New Mexico

Mrs. [Jim] Norris with homegrown cabbage, one of the many vegetables which the homesteaders grow in abundance, Pie Town, New Mexico

Bill Stagg, homesteader, with pinto beans, Pie Town, New Mexico

Jim Norris and wife, homesteaders, Pie Town, New Mexico

Field of beans and farmstead of Bill Stagg, homesteader, Pie Town, New Mexico

Group of homesteaders in front of the bean house which was used for exhibit hall at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair

Mr. Leatherman, homesteader, coming out of his dugout home, Pie Town, New Mexico

Faro Caudill drawing water from his well, Pie Town, New Mexico

Les Thomas, homesteader, Pie Town, New Mexico

Jack Whinery, homesteader, repairing fence which he built with slabs, Pie Town, New Mexico

Bill Stagg, homesteader, with pinto beans, Pie Town, New Mexico

Gathering corn in the field, Pie Town, New Mexico

Homesteader feeding his daughter at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair free barbeque

Faro Caudill drawing water from his well, Pie Town, New Mexico

Jack Whinery, homesteader, and his family, Pie Town, New Mexico

Bill Stagg turning up his beans, Pie Town, New Mexico. He will next pile them for curing

Son of Jim Norris, homesteader, tying corn into bundles, Pie Town, New Mexico

Bill Stagg, homesteader, in front of his barn, Pie Town, New Mexico

Harvesting new corn from the field of Jim Norris, Pie Town, New Mexico

Bill Stagg turning up pinto beans, Pie Town, New Mexico

Mr. Leatherman, homesteader, coming out of his dugout home, Pie Town, New Mexico

Harvesting new corn from the field of Jim Norris, Pie Town, New Mexico

Mr. Leatherman, homesteader, tying up cauliflower, Pie Town, New Mexico

The school at Pie Town, New Mexico is held in the Farm Bureau building, which was constructed by cooperative effort

Homesteader feeding his daughter at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair free barbeque

Field of beans and farmstead of Bill Stagg, homesteader, Pie Town, New Mexico

Mrs. Norris with homegrown cabbage, one of the many vegetables which the homesteaders grow in abundance, Pie Town, New Mexico

Bill Stagg turning up his beans, Pie Town, New Mexico. He will next pile them for curing

Bill Stagg turning up pinto beans, Pie Town, New Mexico

Faro and Doris Caudill, homesteaders, Pie Town, New Mexico

Homesteader and his children eating barbeque at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair

Harvesting new corn from the field of Jim Norris, Pie Town, New Mexico

Jim Norris and wife, homesteaders, Pie Town, New Mexico

Jack Whinery and his family, homesteaders, Pie Town, New Mexico

Jack Whinery, homesteader, repairing fence which he built with slabs, Pie Town, New Mexico

Church at Pie Town, New Mexico. This building was a cooperative community enterprise

Pie Town, New Mexico. A community settled by about 200 migrant Texas and Oklahoma farmers who have filed homestead claims Homesteader and his wife in the living room of their new adobe house. This couple came out seven years ago from Oklahoma, and lived in a log cabin until they built the adobe house that winter

Pie Town, New Mexico. A community settled by about 200 migrant Texas and Oklahoma farmers who have filed homestead claims Homesteader and his wife in the living room of their new adobe house. This couple came out seven years ago from Oklahoma, and lived in a log cabin until they built the adobe house that winter.

Thomas Perry Homestead, East side of Mormon Row Road, approximately .6 miles south of Antelope Flats Road, bounded on the north by Ditch Creek, Kelly, Teton County, WY

Bos Farm, 4605 Cameron Bridge Road West, Manhattan, Gallatin County, MT

Holzwarth Trout Lodge, Tent House, Trail Ridge Road, Grand Lake, Grand County, CO

Asa T. Haines Homestead, Outhouse, Approximately 115 feet northeast of residence, Model, Las Animas County, CO

Eugene Rourke Ranch, Adobe Dog House, 5 feet north of residence, Model, Las Animas County, CO

Gabriel Homestead, River Road, Four Corners, Gallatin County, MT

Holzwarth Trout Lodge, Joe Fleshut's Cabin, Trail Ridge Road, Grand Lake, Grand County, CO

Crouse Homestead, 9720 Walker Road, Belgrade, Gallatin County, MT

Patterson Homestead, Blacksmith Shop, 5100 South Nineteenth Avenue, Bozeman, Gallatin County, MT

Gooch Homestead, 10401 Gooch Hill Road, Gallatin Gateway, Gallatin County, MT

Gabriel Homestead, Granary, River Road, Four Corners, Gallatin County, MT

Gabriel Homestead, Root Cellar, River Road, Four Corners, Gallatin County, MT

John Moulton Homestead, Northwest corner of Mormon Row Road and Antelope Flats Road, Kelly, Teton County, WY

Mary Doyle Homestead, Outhouse, 140 feet southwest of original residence, Model, Las Animas County, CO

Land Office, Florence, Pinal County, AZ

Patterson Homestead, 5100 South Nineteenth Avenue, Bozeman, Gallatin County, MT

Moses B. Stevens Homestead, Outbuilding, Approximately 110 feet southeast of residence, Model, Las Animas County, CO

Pinon Canyon, Purgatoire River Area, Model, Las Animas County, CO

Palmer-Epard Cabin, Beatrice, Gage County, NE

Green Springs, Littlefield, Mohave County, AZ

Typical home of Michigan homesteader, Shady Lake, Mich.

Gooch Homestead, Barn, 10401 Gooch Hill Road, Gallatin Gateway, Gallatin County, MT

Orson Adams Farmstead, Harrisburg Flats, Harrisburg, Washington County, UT

Crouse Homestead, Barn, 9720 Walker Road, Belgrade, Gallatin County, MT

Sainsevain Property, 14804 Summit Avenue, Fontana, San Bernardino County, CA

Thomas Murphy Homestead, North of John Moulton Homestead, approximately 1,000 feet west of Mormon Row Road, and .25 mile north of Antelope Flats Road, Kelly, Teton County, WY

Gabriel Homestead, House, River Road, Four Corners, Gallatin County, MT