2 edition of American horse-drawn vehicles found in the catalog.
American horse-drawn vehicles
Jack D. Rittenhouse
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||by Jack D. Rittenhouse|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||101|
Wild Horse Books & Art has the world's largest selection of books and plans for building or identifying horse drawn vehicles to include carriages, carts, wagons, buggies, sleighs, stage coach and many more; also books on training and driving draft horses, mules and carriage horses; Model vehicles & kits; books for building model carriages and lots more. Co-Winner of the Hagley Business History Book Prize given by the Busines History Conference. In , the Carriage Builders' National Association met for the last time, signaling the automobile's final triumph over the horse-drawn carriage. Only a decade earlier, carriages and wagons were still a common sight on every Main Street in America.
Written by Jack D. Rittenhouse, this first edition is from This book surveys about different American coaches, carriages, and wagons. Written when horse-drawn vehicles were still in limited use, the book was a response to demands for historical documentation of the rapidly vanishing form of conveyance. Collection of prints,clippings, and ephemera from the early years of aeronautics (ss) assembled by William Upcott. The New York coach-maker's magazine. Begun in June, it was "Devoted to the Literary, Social and Mechanical interests of the Craft" of making horse-drawn vehicles.
Horse-drawn wagons and carriages were ubiquitous artifacts in the nineteenth century, and the industry that produced them was an important component of the American economy. At its peak during the first years of the twentieth century, the industry annually employed aro workers, cranked out a million vehicles, and generated sales in Author: Michael Brian Schiffer. On The Right Side of the Road. ditches also led to a growing tendency in the United States in the late nineteenth century for drivers of light horse-drawn vehicles to both drive on the right and sit on the right to avoid the greater evil of the ditch. It was also common practice with bench-seated drivers of single-line horse drawn carriages.
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Until I bought my copies of American Carriages, Sleighs, Sulkies, and Carts: Illustrations from Victorian Sources and Horse-Drawn Commercial Vehicles, this was my chief go-to volume for understanding what Victorian vehicles were like, and it still makes an excellent supplement to 99 pages of American horse-drawn vehicles book and engravings include both commercial and private vehicles that range from the /5(3).
American Horse-Drawn Vehicles: A Collection of Authentic Reproductions of Early American Horse-Drawn Illustrations Taken from Original Fashion Plates and Photographs of the Builders, or from Little-Known Original Photographs. Rittenhouse, Jack D. Get this from a library. American horse-drawn vehicles.
[Jack D Rittenhouse] -- Being a collection of two hundred and eighteen pictures showing one hundred and eighty-three american vehicles (and parts thereof) all reporduced from fashion plates of the builders or from.
Hardcover Book W/Jacket: American Horse-Drawn Vehicles, by; Jack D Rittenhouse. Collection of authentic reproductions of early american horse - drawn vehicles taken from original fashion plates - illustrations of the builders are described.
Measures 11" x 8 1/2" - 99 Rating: % positive. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
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A horse-drawn vehicle is a mechanized piece of equipment pulled by one horse or by a team of horses. These vehicles typically had two or four wheels and were used to carry passengers and/or a load. They were once common worldwide, but they have mostly been replaced by automobiles and other forms of self-propelled transport.
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Inthe Carriage Builders' National Association met for the last time, signaling the automobile's final triumph over the horse-drawn carriage. Only a decade earlier, carriages and wagons were still a common sight on every Main Street in America. In the previous century, carriage-building had been one of the largest and most dynamic industries in the country.
This book is the first ever to meet the many requests for such historical Americana. With the horse-drawn vehicle now vanishing except in a few small towns or in the 'horse set,' this authoritative volume captures and preserves an aspect of American life that appeals to a wide public.
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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 Size: 59KB.Content of this book is extracted from numerous historic sources which were skillfully chosen and edited to bring the information together in one easy-to-follow source book.
Carefully illustrated with historic photos and black and white illustrations which include working drafts and fashions plates of the leading styles of funeral vehicles. 8 1.