Illinois man describes ways that people ignored the 18th Amendment in Chicago during the depression era
Wisteria vine is a favorite spring flowering vine.
Starting vegetables indoors from seed.
Missouri woman offers a skillet recipe from the depression era for enjoying the last of the garden vegetables
Kansas woman recalls the joys and hardships of surviving the Great Depression
A Michigan woman briefly recounts a morning on her family farm, splitting wood with a wood splitter
New York woman recalls the farm chores that had to be done while growing up on her family farm
A Missouri woman discusses the way that threshing and harvesting grain was done in the late 1930s
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