|Haying on the farm in the 1970s|
|Original post about 1860 enumeration|
Buckwheat and rye seem to be falling out of favor as corn and potatoes greatly increased. The production expanded into maple products, both sugar and syrup, and making cheese and a lot more butter. The livestock value tripled and seems to be based on the number of sheep and the amount of wool being shorn.
|T. Richard Carter - grandson of Augustus, great-grandson of Elias|
|Tom Carter, my dad, logging on family land in the 1980s - 6th generation on the same land|