Buggy Town: An Era in American Transportation

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Buggy Town: An Era in American Transportation - Snyder, Charles M
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Horse and buggy transportation originated in New England and edged westward through Pennsylvania to center later in the Middle West. The buggy was a very light, high-wheeled carriage unique to the United States. This vehicle created a centralized trade concentrated in such towns as Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania, identified near and far as "The Buggy Town." This book is an illustrated story of "The Buggy Town," its shops, vehicles, and customs as they reflected an era of transportation in America.

Buggy Town: An Era in American Transportation 1990, Penn State University Press, Pennsylvania

ISBN-13: 9780271003771

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