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Women at a grain mill
Women at a grain mill
Four women working in a local gasoline-powered mill. Grain sacks lie around including one in a bamboo basket -- called a doko -- by the window.
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Gasoline-powered grain mill
Gasoline-powered grain mill
A gasoline-powered grain mill seen en route from Naudanda to Birethanti, Nepal. A man, probably the mill-runner, is sitting at the other end of the machine, with a patterned dhaka cap worn askew on his head. Machine powered mills are evidence of modernization...
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Woman carries large sack of rice balanced on head
Woman carries large sack of rice balanced on head
Seen from behind, a young woman wearing a batik sarong and white blouse carries a large sack of rice balanced on her head. The woman is walking in sandals along the road and another couple is approaching from the distance. The young woman carries a bag of...
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Which side to take: Revolutionary or loyalist?
In Revolutionary North Carolina, page 3.2
During the American Revolution, people living in the American colonies had to choose whether to support the British government or fight for independence. There were many different reasons why colonists chose to be revolutionaries or loyalists. The story of Connor Dowd illustrates that the decision was often complicated.
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By Carole Watterson Troxler.