Factory workers might have been the money makers, but mostly the money made went into corporate coffers, not workers’ pockets.
Hedges help shelter crops and livestock from wind, and provide a habitat and food for birds, insects and other plants.
Sam Moore shares a short story about the joys of gardening from "The Idiot at Home" by John Kendrick Bangs.
With farmers facing hardship at the start of the Great Depression, the magazine from International Harvester offered a pep talk.
A reader shares memories of growing up in the 1930s.
Dryland farming demanded ’round the clock effort, exposed to the elements on board a crawler tractor.
A reader seeks insight on a couple of pictures from the early 20th century and whether one of them could be a family photo.
Sam Moore recalls the exciting days of using dynamite to remove unwanted tree stumps and large rocks.
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