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Alfalfa and Clover Plats: Book 1
Alfalfa and Clover Plats: Book 1
Alfalfa and Clovers Plats: Book 2
Alfalfa and Clovers Plats: Book 2
Alfalfa book
Alfalfa book
Alfalfa's: 1911-M-1-tc
Alfalfa's: 1911-M-1-tc
Pasque flower (Anemone patens) is the South Dakota state flower and the first to flower each spring.
Anemone patens
Pasque flower (Anemone patens) is the South Dakota state flower and the first to flower each spring.
Anemone patens
Aquilegia canadensis near Seiche Hollow State Park in South Dakota.
Aquilegia canadensis
Aquilegia canadensis near Seiche Hollow State Park in South Dakota.
Aquilegia canadensis
Aquilegia canadensis near Seiche Hollow State Park in South Dakota.
Aquilegia canadensis
Aquilegia canadensis near Seiche Hollow State Park in South Dakota.
Aquilegia canadensis
Ben Reifel
Ben Reifel
Ben Reifel in a blacksmith shop in 1960
Ben Reifel in a blacksmith shop in 1960
Ben Reifel looking at grain samples in 1960
Ben Reifel looking at grain samples in 1960
Ben Reifel reading a headline about his 1960 primary victory
Ben Reifel reading a headline about his 1960 primary victory
Ben Reifel talking sugar beets during his 1960 campaign
Ben Reifel talking sugar beets during his 1960 campaign
Ben Reifel talking sugar beets during his 1960 campaign
Ben Reifel talking sugar beets during his 1960 campaign
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer about sugar beets
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer about sugar beets
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with a farmer in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with A.E. Crook and W.E. Bergeson about sugar beets in 1960
Ben Reifel talking with A.E. Crooks and W.E. Bergeson about sugar beets in 1960
Ben Reifel talking with an Ipswich, South Dakota farmer
Ben Reifel talking with an Ipswich, South Dakota farmer
Ben Reifel talking with farmers about sugar beets
Ben Reifel talking with farmers about sugar beets
Ben Reifel talking with farmers about sugar beets
Ben Reifel talking with farmers about sugar beets
Ben Reifel talking with farmers about sugar beets
Ben Reifel talking with farmers about sugar beets
Ben Reifel talking with farmers in a feed lot
Ben Reifel talking with farmers in a feed lot
Carter Johnson at Sica Hollow State Park in South Dakota
Carter Johnson at Sica Hollow State Park in South Dakota
Cave Hills in western South Dakota.
Cave Hills in South Dakota
Vegetation growing in the Coteau Forest near Seiche Hollow State Park and Sisseton, South Dakota
Coteau Forest
Cystopteris fiddleheads vegetation in South Dakota.
Cystopteris fiddleheads
Warren Keammerer, Carter Johnson's fellow graduate student who studied the forest understory along the Missouri River.
Forest Understory, Warren Keammerer
Prairie smoke (Geum triflorum) in South Dakota prairie.
Geum triflorum
Warren Keammerer and Janet Johnson standing next to the field vehicle used for Missouri River research in 1969-70.
Missouri River Field Research
Plot planting records
Plot planting records
View from the top of the Prairie Coteau on the Dakota border.
Prairie Coteau
Border of South and North Dakota (looking north) on the north edge of the Prairie Coteau (granite marker on border).
Prairie Coteau
Gully erosion in a pasture on the Prairie Coteau near Seiche Hollow State Park in South Dakota
Prairie Coteau Gully Erosion Coteau
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