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Wooster Digital History Project

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  • Tags: Technology

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Richard Reddick: This man built the first three miles of the Pennsylvania Railroad track, before Wooster even had paved roads in 1851, which greatly impacted Wooster’s reach to outside markets.

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This photograph shows a group of men cutting wheat with a cradle and binding it by hand. In Paul Conkin's "A Revolution Down on the Farm," he describes the cradle as the second most important farming innovation of the Nineteenth century, after barbed…

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This photograph shows a man cutting wheat with a cradle and binding it by hand. In Paul Conkin's "A Revolution Down on the Farm," he describes the cradle as the second most important farming innovation of the Nineteenth century, after barbed wire.

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This sketch from Caldwell's Atlas of 1873 features a mower from Excelsior Mower and Reaper Works of Cline, Seiberling and Co., in Doylestown, Ohio. The piece of innovative farm technology was sold in the mid-Nineteenth century to cut lodged and…

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This piece of innovative technology from the mid-Nineteenth century was captured in a sketch by the Caldwell Atlas of 1873. It features a man cutting lodged and tangled grain with a mower from Cline, Seiberling and Co., of Doylestown, Ohio.

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This photo from the Agricultural College Extension Bulletin demonstrates an innovative piece of technology sold in Wayne County starting in the mid-Nineteenth century - the plank drag.
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