Tressa Yohe with her husband Frank and children working with a hay-binding machine and a four-horse pull on their family farm in Marysville Valley, Pennsylvania, 1912. Earlier generations of Tressa’s family included a Native American ancestor. Tressa was herself a skilled herbalist. Considered a good looking woman, she wore a wide brimmed hat to ‘avoid taking the sun’ and rubbed goat’s milk into her skin for added protection.