copyright 2003 by Dan Brown
Down on the Farm (order #04-04)
$50 framed (14"x17")
For 100 years, family farming was the backbone of the U.S. economy. Every member of the family, from children to grandparents, had work to do. To sustain the family, folks had poultry, a cow or two, pigs, a vegetable garden, and an orchard. Cash crops were grain, corn, cotton and, in Texas cattle. By 1880 only 49% of the U.S. labor force lived on farms.
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within 30 days for a full refund.
Prices on originals range from $750 to $2500.
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TRACTORS/TOOLS WILDFLOWERS BIRDS HISTORICAL CALENDAR
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