National Geographic : 1918 Aug
A PEASANT HOUSE IN THE UKRAINE: RUSSIA The villages of the Ukraine do not cluster about some feudal chateau or nobleman's castle, as in many of the other countries of Europe; they are usually planted in the lee of some swell in the surface of the steppes, or beside a stream where the flocks of the peasants may find water in the dry season. Photographs by Nevin O. Winter HARVEST TIME IN THE UKRAINE The characteristic big wooden yoke and low-hung shafts identify this vehicle at once as Russian. The undulating plains of the Ukraine, once a pasture-land only, now yield bounti ful crops of grain.