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Government policy is crucial to farmers. What happens in town halls, at state capitols and in Washington, D. When I asked participants why they attend the monthly memory cafes put on by the Library Memory Project, most of the responses I heard were about the people. It is from the Harvey and Jean Riege Jordan scrapbook of tractors.
This postcard of a steam tractor was discovered in a box of photos at the Waterloo Area Historical Society Museum. A postcard that was donated to the Waterloo Area Historical Museum sticks out in my mind.
Many postcards from the era of the 19th and early 20th century are indicative of pioneer life, men and women and extended family living as they experienced it. It possibly came from the Portland area. The first settlers of the area brought with them few items.
Ready to work their land by hand, possibly a walking plow, oxen, or horse pulling a primitive plow. Most immigrants bought about 80 acres of land.
Part of it was cleared for planting, part left for pasture or woods. A good man could sow six acres a day. The main crops until about were wheat, Indian corn, and oats for livestock. Later, oxen were used or just man with a walking plow, breaking the soil. A book about farming tells of in , James Small of Britain designed and made the first cast iron plow. Then James Oliver from the United States in divided the James Small design into parts so that it could be mass produced.