sd03:231940s - Illiterate farmers are taught about the Tennessee Valley Authority in the 1930s and experiment with new farming techniques.
4k00:2459.94fps (It can be in slow motion) Farmer smoking a cigarette on the farm - In the countryside - straw cigarette
hd00:12HACKBERRY, ARIZONA/USA- June 14, 2015- A tow truck and an old Model T car attract attention to a roadside mechanic / car repair garage / salvage yard / junkyard in the Arizona desert.
sd02:471940s - Congress passes the TVA act, the Tennessee Valley Authority under President Roosevelt and a hillbilly boy runs up a mountain to see what is being built.
sd02:07CIRCA 1940s - American pioneers guide a boat down the Mississippi River in this 19th century reenactment.
sd03:541940s - Pete Seeger narrates this documentary in 1946 about the Blue Hills farmers and folk traditions.
hd00:11VALLE, ARIZONA/USA: MARCH 12, 2016- A slow zoom toward a homemade and hand-painted sign reads "Keep Out- No Trespassing". Snow on the ground and an abandoned ranch can be seen in the background
hd00:17Portrait of a smoking hard worker against the background of a rural scene. A farmer in a cap smokes a cigarette
hd00:15Portrait of a smoking hard worker against the background of a rural scene. A farmer in a cap smokes a cigarette
hd00:12Portrait of a smoking hard worker against the background of a rural scene. A farmer in a cap smokes a cigarette
4k00:11Man snorting a line of white powder such as cocaine, opioids or methamphetamine, up his nose through a dollar bill
4k00:08Assortment of illegal drugs representing abuse and addiction including cocaine, pills, alcohol and marijuana - rack focus
4k00:19Man walks up to a pile of white powder drugs and makes three lines next to a rolled up hundred dollar bill
4k00:19Woman's hand making lines with a white powder such as cocaine, oxycodone, or meth signifying an illegal drug