Hoffnungsfeld (Menno Colony, Paraguay)



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Edited "Hoffnungsfeld, Indians plowing."

The photo shows an indigenous man and woman using a primitive plow hitched up to a pair of oxen to plow a field at Hoffnungsfeld. There are a couple of trees scattered throughout the field with denser bush surrounding the field.

Engen, Fred, 1863-1929

Hoffnungsfeld, a field trial of "Elephant" grass.

The photo shows a field trial of "Elephant" grass in Hoffnungsfeld. The soil on the right has been worked for a year producing greater growth in the grass; the soil on the left is new land, having been plowed only once and producing gra...

Engen, Fred, 1863-1929

Hoffnungsfeld, a parcel of peanuts.

The photo shows a man holding a peanut plant and standing between rows on a parcel of land producing peanuts. The area is surrounded by a barbed wire fence beyond which is the Chaco bush.

Engen, Fred, 1863-1929

Hoffnungsfeld, a peanut dryer.

The photo shows a man in Hoffnungsfeld standing beside a tent-like frame made of tree branches over which the peanut plants are hung until the peanuts are dry. There is a second frame behind the first and the Chaco bush is seen in the distance.

Engen, Fred, 1863-1929

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