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80 HP Bessemer Air Plant at Coolspring Power Museum

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Paul Harvey | Mar 21, 2011

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An Appreciation for Aermotor

Added by a collector somewhere along the line, this plate identifies the engine, which is on its original skids, as a 1906 4hp Aermotor. Generally, little is known about the Aermotor line. Bill Vossler photo.Steve Oswald of Wauzeka, Wisconsin, started working with gasoline engines at a tender age. “Being a farm boy, I was always around machinery, and I liked ...

Bill Vossler | Jul 7, 2020

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Who were Massey and Harris?

More than 200 years ago, a quiet revolution started to unfold. It began with the reaper replacing the man swinging a cradle scythe. Obed Hussey obtained the first patent for a reaping machine. Inventor Cyrus McCormick, who had not bothered with a patent up until that time, quickly filed his own, and the fight was on. As the original patents expired or could be circumvented, other ...

Staff | May 7, 2021

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