National Geographic : 1941 Apr
00 © National Geographic Society Kodachrome byW. Robert Moore Fields of Ripening Crops Cover a Rolling Maryland Countryside Like a Giant Patchwork Quilt In the extreme northwestern corner of the State, on the road to Keyser, farms have replaced the cattle-grazing lands ofanearlier day. Potatoes, hay, corn, and buckwheat are the chief crops. In colonial times buffalo roamed this pasture land. Bears, panthers, wolves, and deer were plentiful on the near-by ridges.