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Agriculture - The Tasks
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Harvest workers busy with stooking.


"Whether it was stooking or threshing, the amount of work that needed to be done at harvest was enormous. The crews worked long hours as did the people who fed and housed them."

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R-B7696
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Keywords:
Stooks and Stooking; Harvesters


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Image Preview R-B7696 Photograph 1 - Harvest workers busy with stooking.
Image Preview R-B574 Photograph 2 - A threshing crew taking a break in the Moose Jaw district.
Image Preview R-B600 Photograph 3 - "Steam-powered machinery helped, but the work was still long, difficult, and dangerous."
Image Preview R-A8634-1 Photograph 4 - A quick lunch break in the field beside the steam tractor.
Image Preview R-B222 Photograph 5 - Gas tractors and other pieces of machinery are lined up and ready to move to another job.
Image Preview R-A15103 Photograph 6 - Washing up before a meal in the cook car.
Image Preview R-A24590 Photograph 7 - "A typical camp outfit used in the field consisted of a cook car, dining car, water tank, and a cow for fresh milk."
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