Different regions produce different agricultural commodities in the United States.
United States USA Date:1947 Duration:2 min 57 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary depicts that improvements in agricultural production and transportation facilities lead to industrial development in the United States. People read newspapers. Two men operate dials on instruments as a radio recording is underway. A film set. A shooting in progress. People watch a movie on a screen. Stacks of hay in a field. Fields with different crops. People use tractors, harvesters, combines and other farm machinery to increase agricultural production. Different products come from different regions of the country. Grain comes from the middle west. People work in a cotton field in the south. A man pours maple sugar in a can in the north east. A flock of sheep ( which provide wool ) in the north west. A herd of cattle (providing leather and meat ) in the south west. A canal carries water to dry regions. A hut in an arid region. A lush green field. Women pluck grapes. Apples on a grid. Improvement in transportation facilities shows a network of railways, roadways, waterways and airways. Trains on tracks. A truck on a road. A ship emitting smoke. Inland canals and bridges depict improvement in waterways. An aircraft takes off. A helicopter in flight. Dams on rivers to harness hydroelectricity.
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