Husking Bee

16" x 12"

Part of the annual harvest was the Husking bee. Friends and family would gather round and husk the corn, making it ready for winter storage. While the work was hard, a little music and frolicking made the day a festive occasion.

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    16" x 12"

    Part of the annual harvest was the Husking bee. Friends and family would gather round and husk the corn, making it ready for winter storage. While the work was hard, a little music and frolicking made the day a festive occasion.

     

    Paper Edition of 1000

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