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UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : A farmer drives a tractor to water plowed land. UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : A tractor plows through land to overturn the top later of soil. UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : Smoke forms in the air as a tractor plows dry land. ALASKA 1960s: An earthquake causes destruction in Anchorage, Alaska. ALASKA 1960s: Emergency efforts are underway after a catastrophe hits a town. ALASKA 1960s: After being declared a disaster area by the president, relief aids arrive in Alaska from the other states. ALASKA 1960s: Gusts of wind hit trees and houses as a hurricane is underway. ALASKA 1960s: In a government office, a disaster plan is discussed as a radio announcer broadcasts. UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : Smoke forms in the air as a farmer plows land. UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : A tractor backs up with its equipment lifted. UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : A farmer loads the contents of a container into his tractor. ALASKA 1960s: Buildings an structures fall  during an earthquake in Anchorage, Alaska. ALASKA 1960s: Radio announcers and welfare workers and volunteers aid victims after an earthquake. ALASKA 1960s: Military planes arrive in the aftermath of the earthquake in Alaska, bringing relief goods. ALASKA 1960s: Firefighters try to fight off a house fire. ALASKA 1960s: Public offices uniting to meet the needs of a community after a disaster by providing services. UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : Two farmers plow the land to create grooves in preparation for planting. UNITED STATES CIRCA 1960s-80s : A large amount of smoke forms in the air as a tractor overturns soil. ALASKA 1960s: A normal winter day in a town until large portions of ice falls off an iceberg into the ocean. ALASKA 1960s: Broken clocks and damaged storefront windows after an earthquake. ALASKA 1960s: Alaska leader Governor Egan works with his staff to set up relief efforts after an earthquake.
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