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Horse and mule power

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Old photos of the Us history

Old photos of the Us history

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  • 1. Hazel Watson, Eleanor Howell and Marjie Peacock at Arlington Beach 1922
  • 2. The Jersey Shore 1905
  • 3. A New Orleans milk cart with a one-horsepower motor 1903
  • 4. US Treasury currency wagon, Washington, DC 1904
  • 5. A farm yard, Germantown, Pa. 1899
  • 6. Ferry on the Ocklawaha river Florida 1898
  • 7. Ditto
  • 8. A typical cotton cart, Mobile, Ala. 1902
  • 9. The famous and feared Allan Pinkerton of the Secret Service in Antietam, Maryland 1862
  • 10. Getting evicted in New York 1908
  • 11. Baltimore, Md 1904
  • 12. Three-horse team pulling a fire truck in full stride Washington, DC 1914
  • 13. The Palm Beach Fl Trolley 1904
  • 14. Pulling a big load in Ewen, Michigan 1893
  • 15. Federal troops at Confederate winter quarters near Yorktown, Virginia 1865
  • 16. A Virginia vegetable cart 1899
  • 17. The close of a career in New York 1902
  • 18. Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa 1905
  • 19. General William T. Sherman near Atlanta, GA 1864
  • 20. Broad St lunch carts, New York, NY 1904
  • 21. A Tobacco warehouse, Louisville, Ky 1902
  • 22. A Assinaboine indian, on guard on outskirts of camp 1898
  • 23. Coast traders, Key West, Fla 1898
  • 24. Pat Crowe former Jewel thief, train-robber, kidnaper and burglar in 1919
  • 25. Fortified railroad bridge across the Cumberland River at Nashville, Tenn 1864
  • 26. Gathering sisal, Nassau, Bahama Islds. 1898
  • 27. Norfolk, Virginia 1905
  • 28. Ocean Springs, Miss 1899
  • 29. Basking Ridge, NJ 1897
  • 30. The End Credit to: gboisjo Jordan, Utah 1898

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