Community: Farmer
Transcribed data for the Wilder family from the 1860 federal census.
1860 US Census--Wilder Family
United States Federal Census, New York, Franklin County, Burke: 1860.
1870 US Census data for the Wilder family.
1870 US Census--Wilder Family
United States Federal Census, New York, Franklin County, Burke: 1870...
Transcription of the 1875 NY Census data for the Wedderspoon Family of Otsego, New York.
1875 NY Census--Wedderspoon Family
New York State Census, Otsego County, Otsego: 1875.
1875 New York Census agricultural schedule data for Royal Wilder.
1875 NY Census--Wilder Family
New York State Census, Franklin County, Burke: 1875.
Broadside for the American Cow Milker.
Seed bag.
Broadcast Seeding Bag
Gift of Earl and Phyllis Van Alstine
Broadside for Walter A. Wood Mowing & Reaping Machine Co.
Iron chopping knife with wooden handle.
Cover of Cobb's New Juvenile Reader No. III.
Cobb's New Juvenile Reader
Lyman Cobb. Cobb's New Juvenile Reader, No. III. New York: Caleb Bartlett, 1846.
Engraving of a steampowered combine patented in 1879.
Combine--Patented 1879
Benjamin Butterworth (ed.), Growth of Industrial Art, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1892, 17.
Title page of Daboll's Schoolmaster's Assistant.
Daboll's Schoolmaster's Assistant
Nathan Daboll. Daboll's Schoolmaster's Assistant...Being a Plain Practical System of Arithmetick. Ithaca, NY: Mack, Andrus and Woodruff, 1841.
Diary entries from January to June 1860 written by Ann Scutt.
Diary entries from July 1860 to May 1861 written by Ann Scutt.
Diary entries from May 1861 to November 1862 written by Ann Scutt.
April 17, 1878 diary entry written by Marshall Fairbanks.
July 16, 1878 diary entry written by Marshall Fairbanks.
March 6, 1878 diary entry written by Marshall Fairbanks.
October 28, 1878 diary entry written by Marshall Fairbanks.
October 29, 1878 diary entry written by Marshall Fairbanks.
Wooden two-piece flail.
Flail
Gift of Ivan and Marilyn Karp
Engraving of a man thrashing grain.
Flail Thrashing Machine
Benjamin Butterworth (ed.), Growth of Industrial Art, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1892, 23.
Grain cradle.
Grain Cradle
Gift of Mrs. Ed Klock
Harrow.
Metal hay knife with wooden handle.
Haying, by Theodore Robinson.
Haying
Gift of Stephen C. Clark
Hoe Washington Press.
Iron horseshoe.
Iroquois White Corn kernels in a bowl.
Lainhart family standing with a full wagon of hay.
Lainhart Family Haying
Courtesy of the Guilderland Historical Society
Photograph of the Lainhart farmhouse with a man, woman and child standing in the yard.
Lainhart Farmhouse
Courtesy of the Guilderland Historical Society
Local products that would typically be found in a general store.
Women in creamery with milk pans.
Milk Pans
Benjamin Butterworth (ed.), The Growth of Industrial Art, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1892, 33.
Side view of milking stool.
Milking Stool
Gift of Gary White
Front page of 7 October 1871 Otsego Democrat newspaper.
Otsego Democrat
Otsego Democrat (Oneonta, NY). 7 October 1871.
Ox cart from the side.
Cover of Phinney's Calendar for 1878.
Phinney's Calendar or Western Almanac
Herman Poole. Phinney's Calendar or Western Almanac. Cooperstown, NY: Willard A. Cockett, 1878.
Horse or oxen-drawn plow.
Plow
Gift of Levi Yarter
Todd's General Store with porch.
Ripley, New York
New Topographical Atlas of Chautauqua County, New York. Philadelphia: William Stewart, 1867, 65.
Catalog advertisement for Economy King Cream Separators in the 1917 Sears Roebuck Catalog.
Sears Roebuck Catalog Advertisement
"Economy King Cream Separators," Sears Roebuck Catalog, 1917, 1327.
Engraving of men using a steampowered threshing machine.
Threshing with Steampower
Benjamin Butterworth (ed.), Growth of Industrial Art, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1892, 23.
Woman milking cows with Hinman Units.
Woman Operating Three Hinman Units
Hinman Milking Machine Co. Trade Catalog, Oneida, NY: Hinman Milking Machine Co., c. 1918.
Wood type, letters A, Y, W, O, N, S.