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UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : A farmer drives a tractor which is pulling equipment to water land. UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : A farmer drives a tractor that waters and plows dry soil in preparation for planting. UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : A farmer drives a tractor to plow farmland. ALASKA 1960s: As large waves crash into a ship, the ship is thrown off a port. ALASKA 1960s: A large area of Alaska's suburb is affected after an earthquake as 150 houses in one community are damaged. ALASKA 1960s: Homeless people stay in a shelter after an earthquake. ALASKA 1960s: Floods and tornadoes hit a community. ALASKA 1960s: Relief efforts underway after a disaster as a girl is loaded into an emergency vehicle. UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : A tractor pulls equipment to plow the land as smoke rises in the air. UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : A tractor goes through plowed land again to turn soil again. UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : A green tractor pulls a seed planter where a man sits to inspect the droppings. ALASKA 1960s: At a pier, large crashing waves destroy everything in sight. ALASKA 1960s: Cracks and faults present along the railroad system in alaska after an earthquake hits. ALASKA 1960s: Temporary sleeping beds set up at a homeless shelter as trucks of army personnel drive to the scene. ALASKA 1960s: Heavy flooding in 1952. ALASKA 1960s: Relief workers assemble after a disaster as children are attended to. UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : Soil is watered by a tractor pulling containers. UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : Grooves form in the soil as a tractor plows it. UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : A house sits isolated in a farmland as a tractor overturns soil. ALASKA 1960s: After the destruction of a pier, a town's gas tank explodes. ALASKA 1960s: After an earthquake, tidal waves and shock force Alaska's trains to be thrown off track.
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