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American horse-drawn vehicles,

Jack D. Rittenhouse

American horse-drawn vehicles,

Being a collection of two hundred and eighteen pictures showing one hundred and eighty-three American vehicles, and parts thereof,

by Jack D. Rittenhouse

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Published by Bonanza Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Carriages and carts

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages101
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7675907M
    ISBN 100517092573
    ISBN 109780517092576

    The Carriage Association of America. Iron Works Parkway (Building D) Lexington, KY Aside from its obvious appeal to those interested in the horse-drawn vehicle industry, this book has much to offer any reader interested in how several generations of craft workers, small shop owners, and large-scale family firms adopted and adapted to industrialization. The horse-dawn vehicle industry in the United States was always complicated.

    America. Private carriages and commercial vehicles also played a vital role in the growth of cities. Horse-drawn vehicles contributed to moving goods and people to and from urban centers, encouraging the settling of rural areas, the growth of cities, the creation of wealth, and the rise of consumer culture. But by this time the automobile had made its first tentative appearance and the rise of an American AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY both in Cleveland and in Detroit quickly put horse-drawn vehicle manufacture into permanent decline. While a few Cleveland wagon and carriage makers such as Broc, Brown Carriage & Auto Co., the DeMars Electric Vehicle Co., and.

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