45. Harvesting the Sugar-Cane in Minas Geraes, Brazil.

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The solid stems of the sugar-cane (Saccharum offcinarum, Linn.) grow ten, or even as much as fifteen, feet high, and the -sugar-juice is expressed from them by machinery. The harvest is always a festival for men and beasts, the latter growing very fa

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Date: 19th January 2011

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