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This week’s Sepia Saturday prompt inspired me to find some photos of pigs, farms

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National Archives U.K., (n.d.) Ontario, Canada

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From Tyne & Wear Archives.

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National Archive U.K., World War One

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11 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. La Nightingail
    Jul 18, 2015 @ 00:00:42

    I think I like the white ‘furry’ pig & the woman (teasing, directing, ???) with the stick the best, but they’re all good pix. 🙂

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  2. boundforoz
    Jul 18, 2015 @ 03:38:05

    Pigs are such strange creatures. I find it very hard to warm to them. But then I wonder what they think of us ???

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  3. jofeath
    Jul 18, 2015 @ 06:57:15

    Interesting that the French translation of pig is given there as porc, I would have thought it was le cochon.

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  4. alanburnett1
    Jul 18, 2015 @ 08:45:26

    Great old photos reminding us of times when a pig was wealth indeed.

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  5. Barb Rogers
    Jul 19, 2015 @ 12:29:27

    I wonder what it felt like to ride a pig, and for how long it would put up with it!

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  6. ScotSue
    Jul 19, 2015 @ 12:34:42

    Two great big pig photos!
    Family History Fun

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