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Grain Harvest Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: Put today's puzzle back together and see how farmers in the 1800s used to harvest grain. In this bucolic scene you can see a field where farmers are harvesting grain. While some are working on getting the grain loaded on to carts, the family in the foreground has stopped for a short lunch break.
Image Source /Credit: firma Joseph Scholz, 1829 - 1880, The Rijksmuseum

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