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Miniature showing farmers driving cattle and harvesting grain. Ceres, accompanied by three ladies, approaches. In the background, worshippers pray to statue of the goddess. Initial, border design.

Map of part of the windward coast of Guinea, and of the Malaghetta or Grain Coast, with the adjacent territories

A chart of the Grain Ivory and Quaqua coasts in GUINEA from cape St. Anne to Teen Pequene

Map of part of the windward coast of Guinea, and of the Malaghetta, or Grain Cost; Map of Sestro River.

A new and accurate map of the European settlements on the coast of Africa, from the River Senegal to that of Benin, comprehending the gum, grain, ivory, gold and slave coasts

[Women , or women with a child carry bundles of flowers or grain.]]

[Men carry heavy sacks or bundles of grain. A man rests on a sack.]]

Great lake traffic, grain elevators and lake steamboats [?].

Flour, feed, grain and plaster [mill.]

Flour, feed, grain and plaster [mill.]

[Grain elevator, Chicago, Ill.]

Great lake traffic, grain elevators and lake steamboats [?].

[Grain elevator, Chicago, Ill.]

Looking along the docks, from Fulton Market, showing floating grain elevators.

Looking along the docks, from Fulton Market, showing floating grain elevators.

Looking along the docks, from Fulton Market, showing floating grain elevators.

Looking along the docks, from Fulton Market, showing floating grain elevators.

Looking along the docks, from Fulton Market, showing floating grain elevators.

Looking along the docks, from Fulton Market, showing floating grain elevators.

Burning of the grain elevator, Atlantic Dock, Brooklyn, July 15; Destruction of the Weehawken ferry-house, Forty-Second Street, by the rioters, July 15

Grain dealers, Hindoos, Sind.

Brinjara and wife, itinerant grain merchants, Saharunpoor.

Grain elevator, Pittsburgh.

Grain elevator, Pittsburgh.

Un grain à Trouville.

Woman in field carrying grain on head

A threshing-floor. Peasants winnowing grain with large wooden forks, and a team dragging a sledge, the under surface of which is armed with sharp flints, to cut up the straw

A village threshing floor. Showing a primitive threshing-sledge drawn by buffaloes, and a peasant separating the chaff from the grain with a winnowing fork. The huts of the village are formed of mud and sun-dried bricks, roofed with palm tree rafters thatched with stalks of Indian corn, palm leaves, and old mats. The dark patches on the mud walls represent cakes of fuel made of dung and straw ; when thoroughly dry they are stored for use.

An example of a peasant's home, with its manger, in a village of Palestine. The raised daïs is occupied by the family. The steps over the arch lead to a store-place for grain, &c.; dried fruits hang from the rafters. The rude recess on the left contains mattresses, cuchions, and coverlets.

Wâdy Barada, from Bessîma. The village is situated in a little basin formed by a bend of the river, and is entirely shut in by high ledges of rock. The soil is everywhere carefully cultivated. In the foreground the villagers are winnowing grain.

Loading the great whaleback ship at the famous grain elevators, Chicago, U.S.A.

Loading the great whaleback ship at the famous grain elevators, Chicago, U.S.A.

Loading the great whaleback ship at the famous grain elevators, Chicago, U.S.A.

Loading the great whaleback ship at the famous grain elevators, Chicago, U.S.A.

Loading the great whaleback ship at the famous grain elevators, Chicago, U.S.A.

DAILY MENU [held by] GOLDEN GRAIN BREAD CO. LTD. [at] ENGLAND(?) (FOR;)

DAILY MENU [held by] GOLDEN GRAIN BREAD CO. LTD. [at] ENGLAND(?) (FOR;)

DAILY MENU [held by] GOLDEN GRAIN BREAD CO. LTD. [at] ENGLAND(?) (FOR;)

DAILY MENU [held by] GOLDEN GRAIN BREAD CO. LTD. [at] ENGLAND(?) (FOR;)

The golden grain, Oklahoma exhibit, Agricultural Building.

The golden grain, Oklahoma exhibit, Agricultural Building.

Separating grain from stalk.

Characteristic colourings and grain markings of principal constructional and decorative woods used in early times.

Whaleback freighters of ore and grain in canal, Sault St. Marie, Mich.

Whaleback freighters of ore and grain in canal, Sault St. Marie, Mich.

Treading out grain.

Grain elevator on riverfront, Saint Louis, Missouri

Lafayette Theatre ; A. J. Davis del ; Imbert's Lithography ; Peter Grain, architect, 1827.

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