National Geographic : 1930 Jul
(g)iNational Geographic Society HAY MAKERS OF BALESTRAND The farmer's womenfolk work side by side with the men and boys in the fields. The narrow edges of the fjords yield some hay, but most of it comes from the steep uplands. Norway's acreage in hay is three times larger than that of all other crops combined. iNatural-Color Fnotograpns byGustav Heurlin THEIR FORBEARS WEREPIONEERS INAMERICA'S NORTHWEST In proportion to its population, nocountry except Ireland hasgiven the United States more citizens than Norway. Since thefirst small immi grant group arrived on theRestaurationen in1825, their number has swelled to 2,500,000-almostasmany asinNorway itself.