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151 "Old America Comes Alive" (People) Chapter 3 Illustration, page number 35: St. Augustine "Day In Spain" gigantic festival1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966uum_mapImage
152 "Old America Comes Alive" (People) Chapter 3 Illustration, page number 37: Oldest wooden schoolhouse, St. Augustine1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966uum_mapImage
153 "Old America Comes Alive" (People) Chapter 9 Illustration, page number 43: Bill Bonyun, folk singer, Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966uum_mapImage
154 "Old America Comes Alive" (People) Chapter 9 Illustration, page number 67: "Muster Days" celebration, Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966uum_mapImage
155 "Old America Comes Alive" (People) Chapter 9 Illustration, page number 68: Isaiah Thomas print shop, Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966uum_mapImage
156 "Old America Comes Alive" (People) Illustration: Cherokee Child, Oconaluftee Indian Village, Cherokee, North Carolina1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966uum_mapImage
157 "Old America Comes Alive" (People) Illustration: Mrs. Jessica Scammel, demonstrating weaver, Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966uum_mapImage
158 "Old America Comes Alive" (People) Illustration: Restoring Indian artifacts, University of Utah1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966uum_mapImage
159 "Old America Comes Alive" (Ships and Boats) Chapter 10 Illustration, page number 72: The Charles V. Morgan, an old wooden American whaleship, Mystic Seaport, Connecticut1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966uum_mapImage
160 "Old America Comes Alive" (Ships and Boats) Chapter 10 Illustration, page number 74: Captain Francis Bowker teaches a group of boys the art of marine navigation during the summer training program at Mystic Seaport, Connecticut1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966uum_mapImage
161 "Old America Comes Alive" (Ships and Boats) Chapter 2 Illustration, page number 30: Mayflower II, a full-scale replica of the Mayflower moored at State Pier, Plymouth Harbor, Massachusetts1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966uum_mapImage
162 "Old America Comes Alive" (Ships and Boats) Illustration: "Suwanee," a stern-wheel steamboat, Suwanee River, Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Michigan1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966uum_mapImage
163 "Old America Comes Alive" Chapter 15 Illustration, page number 100: Old Russian bell, Fort Ross, California1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966uum_mapImage
164 "Old America Comes Alive" Chapter 18 Illustration: Eternal Light Peace Memorial, Gettysburg National Military Park, Pennsylvania1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966uum_mapImage
165 "Old America Comes Alive" Chapter 20 Illustration, page number 136: Cowboy statue on Boot Hill, Dodge City1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966uum_mapImage
166 "Old America Comes Alive" Chapter 9 Illustration: Covered bridge spanning the millpond, Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966uum_mapImage
167 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Farming) Chapter 2 Illustration, before page 10: Mr. Travis had spread manure over the field, and then plowed that manure into the ground.1945; 1946; 1947; 1948uum_mapImage
168 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Farming) Chapter 4 Illustration, before page 23: Mr. Jensen irrigated in the old-fashioned way, by running the water from the head stream down through the furrows of the field.1945; 1946; 1947; 1948uum_mapImage
169 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Farming) Chapter 4 Illustration, before page 25: [Robert Brown,] Peter's father removed the headgate, and the water ran into their ditch.1945; 1946; 1947; 1948uum_mapImage
170 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Farming) Chapter 4 Illustration, before page 25: Down the rows went Bill [Wilson] and Mr. [Robert] Brown, keeping the water moving along the furrows.1945; 1946; 1947; 1948uum_mapImage
171 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Farming) Chapter 4 Illustration, before page 25: The head stream was lined with cement in order to prevent the wasting of water by seepage through the soil.1945; 1946; 1947; 1948uum_mapImage
172 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Farming) Chapter 4 Illustration, before page 25: The water must be kept moving down the furrows, so the plants won't be flooded out.1945; 1946; 1947; 1948uum_mapImage
173 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Farming) Chapter 5 Illustration, before page 25: Bill [Wilson] dipped the siphon into the ditch, filling it with water. When he laid this over the brink of the ditch, with one end in the furrow and one in the water, it acted as a siphon and kept drawing water from the main ditch.1945; 1946; 1947; 1948uum_mapImage
174 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Farming) Chapter 5 Illustration, before page 28: The rows of beets were just 26 inches apart. (Sangers Farm, American Fork, Utah)1945; 1946; 1947; 1948uum_mapImage
175 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Farming) Chapter 5 Illustration, before page 29: When the "true leaves" showed above the ground, it was time to thin the beets.1945; 1946; 1947; 1948uum_mapImage
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