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[Native Americans collecting sap and cooking maple syrup in pots, tilling soil into raised humps, and sowing seeds, North America]

[Native Americans collecting sap and cooking maple syrup in pots, till...

Illus. in: Moeurs des sauvages ameriquains, comparées aux moeurs des premiers temps / Joseph Francois Lafitau. Paris : Saugrain l'aîne [etc.], 1724, vol. 2, pl. 7, opp. p. 154.

[Fan with maple leaves]

[Fan with maple leaves]

Ukiyo-e print book wrapper (fukuro). Page in: Ezōshi fukuro harimazejō. [Japan, not before 1878]. Title devised by Library staff. Date from exhibition website: http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/ukiyo-e/realia.html. P... more

[Branch of a maple tree with leaves and seeds] / Megata.

[Branch of a maple tree with leaves and seeds] / Megata.

Title devised by Library staff. From "Flowers" series. Gift; Mrs. David Murray; 1909. Forms part of: David Murray collection. Forms part of: Japanese prints and drawings (Library of Congress).

[Circular designs, maple leaves in a bubble and a person blowing bubbles]

[Circular designs, maple leaves in a bubble and a person blowing bubbl...

Title devised by Library staff. Inscribed in pencil on lower left corner of paper mount: Kato Dec. 1878. Fig. 9. Insert anywhere. From the "Lacquer" series. Gift; Mrs. David Murray; 1909. Forms part of: David M... more

Chicago Great Western Railway "Maple Leaf Route."

Chicago Great Western Railway "Maple Leaf Route."

Map of the midwestern United States showing drainage, counties, cities and towns, railroad network with the main line in heavy black lines. Ticket and general information on the verso. Scale ca. 1:1,150,000. LC... more

Acer dasycarpum Ehrhart - A saccharinum L. white or silver maple

Acer dasycarpum Ehrhart - A saccharinum L. white or silver maple

Maple leaves, twigs, and seeds. Illus. in: Photographic illustrations of the maples of North America ... together with hickories and walnuts of North America / Charles L. Lochman. Bethlehem, Pa. : Charles L. Lo... more

[Belle Case La Follette with horse at Maple Bluff farm, Madison, Wisconsin]

[Belle Case La Follette with horse at Maple Bluff farm, Madison, Wisco...

Title devised by Library staff. Handwritten on verso: "At Maple Bluff Farm, Madison, Wisconsin" Forms part of: Robert M. La Follette papers, 1879-1910 (Library of Congress). Accession box no. DLC/PP-1970:R04 c3 f3

Maple tree
[Indian woman tapping maple sap]

[Indian woman tapping maple sap]

H111239 U.S. Copyright Office.

Audrey Maple

Audrey Maple

Photo shows Broadway performer Audrey Maple. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2009)

["Thornedale," Oakleigh Thorne house, Millbrook, New York. Sugar maple hedge along alley to rose garden]

["Thornedale," Oakleigh Thorne house, Millbrook, New York. Sugar maple...

Site History. House Architecture: Federal revival house built 1849, with later additions. Landscape: Helen Stafford (Mrs. Oakleigh) Thorne, from 1908. Other: Oakleigh Thorne was W.O.S. Thorne. Today: House exta... more

Young daughter of Frank H. Shurtleff going towards the sugar house where sap from sugar maple trees is boiled down into maple syrup. The Shurtleff farm has about 400 acres, and was originally purchased by grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber and has been making maple syrup for about thirty-five years. Sugaring brings in about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snows this year he only tapped 1000 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year. North Bridgewater, Vermont

Young daughter of Frank H. Shurtleff going towards the sugar house whe...

Photo shows Natalie Agnes Shurtleff (Wood) going towards the sugar house, as identified by niece, Brenda Shurtleff, 2006.

Hired man and neighbor of Framk H. Shurtleff resting and chatting while gathering sap from sugar trees for making maple syrup. Sugaring is a social event and is enjoyed by all the young people and children in the neighborhood. The Shurtleff farm has about 400 acres and was originally purchased by grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber, and has been making maple syrup for about thirty-fiv years. Sugaring brings in about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snow this year he only tapped 1000 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year. Bridgewater, Vermont

Hired man and neighbor of Framk H. Shurtleff resting and chatting whil...

Photo shows Julia Flether, center, and Frederick Hurd, right, as identified by Irving Thomas Shurtleff, 2006.

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