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1965 More distant view of Rutland looking north east towards the current airport.

1965 More distant view of Rutland looking north east towards the current airport.

Farmer cropping tobacco, eastern North Carolina, August 1946, Conservation and Development Department, Travel and Tourism photo files, State Archives of North Carolina.

Farmer cropping tobacco, eastern North Carolina, August Conservation and Development Department, Travel and Tourism photo files, State Archives of North Carolina.

Tobacco Drying Barn // NC -- These look like barns for curing not drying.  There is a difference in production methods.  Flue Cured is a heat driven faster method.  Air drying takes longer.

Tobacco Drying Barn // NC -- These look like barns for curing not drying. There is a difference in production methods. Flue Cured is a heat driven faster method. Air drying takes longer.

North Carolina Tobacco Shed... just a small piece of home <3

North Carolina Tobacco Shed. just a small piece of home Loved when the tobacco barn came in view.

Old tobacco barn in North Carolina. Photo By: Ritakens

Old tobacco barn in North Carolina. These can be found on a lot of trails! Photo By: Ritakens

North Carolina Tobacco.

Tobacco fields also let to go to rack n' ruin. Turned out and forced off their farms without compensation, destitute farmers! And again given to war vets who knew nothing about farming. Mugabe must be held accountable!

Porta Nigra, Trier, Germany

The Porta Nigra in Trier Germany. The Porta Nigra is the largest Roman city gate north of the Alps and was built in between 180 and 200 AD.

Ukrainian immigrants arrival in Québec, circa 1911

Russian and Eastern European immigrants believed to be communist revolutionaries. They were treated unfairly and lived poorly.

Internment Camp for Japanese Canadians in British Columbia (1945).

[Photo] Internment camp for Japanese-Canadians, British Columbia, Canada, Jun 1945

Colville women smoking salmon - 1939

Image Detail for - Chief Jim James of the Colville Tribe, right, his arms folded, and .

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