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Rural Oklahoma

Description: Reprint of a book pertaining to the agricultural history of Oklahoma, including rural landscapes, cultures, and the advent of "King Cotton" in the state. Index begins on page 149.
Date: 1982
Creator: Green, Donald Edward
Partner: UNT Libraries

Rural Oklahoma

Description: Reprint of a book pertaining to the agricultural history of Oklahoma, including rural landscapes, cultures, and the advent of "King Cotton" in the state. Index begins on page 149.
Date: 2017
Creator: Green, Donald Edward
Partner: UNT Libraries

Grass, Legume, and Forb Cultivation

Description: Photograph of a new pasture strip for a terrace outlet that is 75 feet wide. Land sodded [?] and Bermuda grass sprigs dropped in [unclear] plowed middles [?] and land then bedded [?] in March, 1948 and [unclear] to cotton in April. Cotton was cultivated 3 times. Yield estimated at 1/3 bale acre [?]. Almost a complete grass cover present by the date of the photo’s taking. [Unclear] stated that this was the best way to establish Bermuda grass and he believes in establishing his outlets before constructing terraces and that a pasture strip is better than a channel for outletting terraces. Group 2 black[?]land. [text very difficult to read from fading]. TX-44, 806.
Date: 1948
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Grass, Legume, and Forb Cultivation

Description: Photograph of project seeding of sand bluestem planted in the spring of 1944 on abandoned cropland. Marshall N. Jordan, District Conservationist. Upper Washita Soil Conservation District [SCD], Cheyenne, Oklahoma. OK-81, 197.
Date: 1951
Creator: Postlethwaite, Hermann
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Farming Equipment and Methods

Description: Photograph of the farm of C.L. Miniek of Hedley, Texas. Cotton following cotton with cover crop of Austrian winter peas yielding three times as much cotton grown on the same type of land without a legume cover crop. Mr. Miniek planted all the peas as a winter cover crop in the fall of 1946 on that part of the field where the longer cotton is growing. The Austrian winter peas were inoculated and 100 pounds of phosphate fertilizer was applied per acre at the time of planting.
Date: 1947
Creator: Rhode, C. G.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Trees, Tree Farms, Woodlands, and Forests

Description: Photograph of the H.C. Stauter Pine planting, 30 acres, planted in 1950, on Class VII land. Some replanting done this year and a small area planted to finish up the field. Surrounded by fire guard with 3 – 4 cross guards, all about 5 feet wide. This makes approximately 70 acres planted on Stauter land, which was begun in 1948. He has planted 4 different seasons and 3 different tracts. He runs a saw mill in Valliant, Oklahoma and is a key person from a forestry standpoint in the District.
Date: 1951
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Trees, Tree Farms, Woodlands, and Forests

Description: Photograph of the H.C. Stauter Pine planting, 30 acres, planted in 1950, on Class VII land. Some replanting done this year and a small area planted to finish up the field. Surrounded by fire guard with 3 – 4 cross guards, all about 5 feet wide. This makes approximately 70 acres planted on Stauter land, which was begun in 1948. He has planted 4 different seasons and 3 different tracts. He runs a saw mill in Valliant, Oklahoma and is a key person from a forestry standpoint in the District.
Date: 1951
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society
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