Backs bent, woman and child work in a tobacco field near Simcoe. Identical curing barns rise in the distance. Irrigated farms enrich the region by more than 40 million dollars a year.

National Geographic - July, 1963

Backs bent, woman and child work in a tobacco field near Simcoe. Identical curing barns rise in the distance. Irrigated farms enrich the region by more than 40 million dollars a year.

National Geographic - July, 1963

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