October 24, 2005

This child is a fifth-generation of  Slovak immigrants who settled in Malin, Oregon in the early 1900's. Klamath Project farmland was advertised to the Czech's and Slovak's, who came to America to make a better life.
    Farm children learn to pitch onions, potatoes and horseradish at a very young age.

photo: Jacqui Krizo, Jonathan throwing Staunton Farm onions south of Tulelake in the Panhandle