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He pārongo atu anōPloughing Swamp Land with Horses

This photograph was originally entitled “Ploughing Swamp Lands for the First Time” and must have been photographed at either Fitzherbert or Longburn. Pictured are: Earnest Beale (left); Bruce Beale; unknown; Albert Beale, the three sons of Joseph Beale. Mr Joseph Beale was a well-known farmer in the Palmerston North district during the 1880s and 1890s, including being connected to the Longburn Freezing Works.

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2012N_Plg4_006541
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Ploughing Swamp Land with Horses
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Public Photograph Collection Plg4
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Coolstore

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Ploughing Swamp Land with Horses
Ploughing Swamp Land with Horses
Ploughing on "Matsubara"
Three reaping and binding machines at work
Team of Horses Ploughing Field
Making haystacks, Sanson
Three Reaping and Binding Machines, Penny's Line
Threshing mill at work, Sanson area
Threshing Mill at work, Penny's Line
Threshing grass for seed
Stacking oats, Feilding area
Horse-Drawn Drays and Sheaves of Oats, Chowen's Farm

Hanganga

Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Palmerston North
Te rā
circa 1890

Te manatārua

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Palmerston North City Library

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Tūtohu Hapori

Tuku kōrero mai mō te whakararu

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Ploughing Swamp Land with Horses
Ploughing Swamp Land with Horses
Ploughing on "Matsubara"
Three reaping and binding machines at work
Team of Horses Ploughing Field
Making haystacks, Sanson
Three Reaping and Binding Machines, Penny's Line
Threshing mill at work, Sanson area
Threshing Mill at work, Penny's Line
Threshing grass for seed
Stacking oats, Feilding area
Horse-Drawn Drays and Sheaves of Oats, Chowen's Farm

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