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Who Made This Threshing Machine?

| 11/12/2013 10:45:00 AM

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Threshing Machine

When my grandfather bought the farm here in North Carolina in 1878, in the upstairs of the big barn was a threshing machine similar to that shown in these photos. There was a door in a stable downstairs where the belt from the horsepower went to the threshing machine. I remember, as a child, seeing the machine. It was light blue and larger than the one in the photo. I would like information about who made the thresher in the photo. I bought it at an estate sale.

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