Let's Talk Rusty Iron: Sam Moore examines the proliferation of uses for steam-powered machinery on the farm in the late nineteenth century.
Collector remembers stationary steam used to drag logs with a model steam donkey.
Horse-drawn Rumely portable steam engine pulls the seniority card.
The Port Huron Model 24-75, no. 7973, built in 1919 by the Port Huron Engine & Thresher Co., Port Huron, Mich., was purchased in 1922 for $2,500 by the Vonderau family in New Haven, Ind.
Iron Age Ads: The simplest and most powerful traction engine.
Women put a new spin on steam engine show with "It's a Girl Thing."
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