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Wagon Wheels

Creator: Barbara Brenner, Don Bolognese | 1984-05-23

Insights into the lives of black pioneers in Kansas in the 1870s are shared in a story about three brothers who endure through a hard winter and brave wilderness dangers as they journey to meet their father.

Publisher: Harpercollins Childrens Books

About this book
Free people,Free landThe Muldie boys and their father have come a long way to Kansas. But when Daddy moves on, the three boys must begin their own journey. They must learn to care for one another and face the dangers of the wilderness alone.

159 pages

Colonial craftsmen and the beginnings of American industry

Creator: Edwin Tunis | 1999-06-17

Wheels were lacge for easy rolling on rough ground. Modern farm wagons, pulled by tractors, often have small rubber-tired wheels that will turn under the body as the old wagon wheels would not. The hitch was placed at a height that would ...

Publisher: Johns Hopkins Univ Pr

About this book
The vanished ways of colonial America's skilled craftsmen are vividly reconstructed in this superb book by Edwin Tunis. With incomparable wit and learning, and in over 450 meticulous drawings, the author describes the working methods and products, houses and shops, town and country trades, and individual and group enterprises by which the early Americans forged the economy of the New World.In the tiny coastal settlements, which usually sprang up around a mill or near a tanyard, the first craftsmen set up their trades. The blacksmith, cooper, joiner, weaver, cordwainer, and housewright, working alone or with several assistants, invented their own tools and devised their own methods. Soon they were making products that far surpassed their early models: the American ax was so popular that English ironmongers often labeled their own axes "American" to sell them more readily. In the town squares a colonist could have his bread baked to order, bring in his wig to be curled, have his eyeglasses ground, his medicine prescription filled, or buy snuff for his many pocket boxes. With the thriving trade in "bespoke" or made-to-order work, fine American styles evolved; many of these are priceless heirlooms now—the silverware of Paul Revere and John Coney, redware and Queensware pottery, Poyntell hand-blocked wallpaper, the Kentucky rifle, Conestoga wagon, and the iron grillework still seen in some parts of the South. The author discusses in detail many of the trades which have since developed into important industries, like papermaking, glassmaking, shipbuilding, printing, and metalworking, often reconstructing from his own careful research the complex equipment used in these enterprises.The ingenious, liberty-loving artisans left few written records of their work, and only Mr. Tunis, with his painstaking attention to authentic detail and his vast knowledge, could present such a complete treasury of the way things were done before machines obliterated this phase of early American life.

708 pages

1897 Sears Roebuck & Co. Catalogue

Creator: Skyhorse Publishing | 2007-09-01

metal wheels will convince you that you will save the cost of them in a year. You can do alone with them what would require an extra hand with the old style wheels. You can load your wagon twice as easily, and yon can haul twice as much ...

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Company Incorporated

About this book
Imagine it’s the end of the nineteenth century, and, with one catalog, you can buy everything from beds and tools to clothing and opium. (Yes, opium.) Not to mention ear trumpets, horse buggies, and Bibles. The 1897 Sears, Roebuck & Co. Catalogue is both a wonderfully fascinating collector’s item and a valuable piece of American history. For every recognizable item included, there are plenty of others guaranteed to confuse or interest  21st century readers—like Bust Cream or Food and Sweet Spirits of Nitre. What was once standard household fare is today a sometimes strange, often funny look at what life was once like for the average American family. It’s amazing to see that a Princely Shirt for Princely Men cost $0.95 or three for $2.75 or that a Complete Violin Outfit (with bow and case) cost only $2.00.

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    A song you can loop

    0 5/5 SFC RER - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wagon Wheel (MP3 Music) I heard this song on the highway headed home from Bastrop and looked it up....and bought it without hesitation!!! Makes me happy and has a feel good beat. The banjo and fiddle with the vocals make this a classic! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 27, 2011

    Just singing along!

    0 5/5 Paul L. Bartle (WITT, IL, US) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wagon Wheel (MP3 Music) Ol Crow much better than Darrian Rutkers. The harmonies are much better. The song is very catchy. I catch myself singing it in my car. Especially at stop lights! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 1, 2013

    pure country

    0 5/5 phillip white - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wagon Wheel (MP3 Music) This song is a country gem. It really takes me back home to the beauty and grace of the Appalachian mountains. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 5, 2014

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    0 5/5 Rick Tharp "the_rxrick" (Plattsburg, MO United States) - See all my reviews This review is from: O.C.M.S. (Audio CD) The music of OCMS is not traditional old-timey or bluegrass music, you might call it Alt-grass to describe the harder edge and rock sensibility they bring to this genre. Regardless of the name you give to their music, OCMS is a *great* album. I agree with the earlier reviewer who said this album is an excellent bridge for people who are new to bluegrass music. My twenty-something son saw the band on Conan and downloaded this album that night.I recently saw OCMS in concert (opening for Gillian Welch) and they were on fire. I bought their earlier self-produced live album at the show and I gotta say, I like this studio record better. Their songwriting has matured and their instrumental virtuosity takes a backseat to the song itself. Hightlights are "Big Time in the Jungle", "Wagon Wheel", and the rollicking "Tell it to Me".There isn't a bad track on this entire CD, buy it and enjoy the talents of these wonderful young musicians. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 9, 2004

    Go to a live show!

    These guys will awe you. It was so good that I couldn't help but to laugh in spite of myself. The music and energy they projected was incredible. I saw them a couple of weeks ago at a show in Tennessee. It was a private farm, rolling hills, thick tall timber. I had no idea what was in store for me. They ripped up the front porch of that farmhouse with melodies and sheer, uninhibited enthusiasm. Wave after wave of mind blowing tunes, punctuated by the delight of plain old unselfconscious getting down, blasted me to a new level of musical appreciation. They were broadcasting that night, not with a weak radio antenna, but with music. You couldn't get with earshot of the porch without feeling a buzz. That was some powerful stuff.The night couldn't have been better either, cold with a huge bonfire, a blanket of stars, and the best group of friends you could ever hope to be around. No one was a stranger. Who could have been, really? I kept thinking, where was the rest of the... 5/5 Chris Counselman (Earth) - See all my reviews, April 15, 2005

    There Ain't a Thing for a Poor Man

    Old Crow Medicine Show is derivative, there's no doubt about that. We plainly have five boys who discovered they loved bluegrass and decided they wanted to record some of their own. They aren't mountain children. But we can see that by looking at the cover photograph.What matters is that they have singled out the best of modern bluegrass to imitate, and they have imitated it with confidence and skill. They're not trying to play their banjos like guitars or making other mistakes I might make in their shoes. Their selection of classic bluegrass tunes, like "CC Rider" and "Poor Man," show they're familiar with the sound of classic mountain music. And original songs like "Big Time in the Jungle" and "Wagon Wheel" blend well with the classic material while still moving the group forward as artists.An astute listener will spot this for a debut album in a minute, but it's a strong debut full of promise and a show of strong skill. This is No Depression music,... 5/5 Kevin L. Nenstiel "omnivore" (Kearney, Nebraska) - See all my reviews, September 25, 2004
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    Super gift for our daughter from ages 1-3

    0 5/5 a reader in DFW - See all my reviews = Durability:, October 7, 2004

    Fabulous Toy!

    0 5/5 D. Garver (Michigan) - See all my reviews, November 27, 2004

    Love it!

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    Loves it!

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    Dangerous! Poorly consrtucted.

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  • Old Crow Medicine Show - Live From The Orange Peel And Tennessee Theatre


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    0 5/5 Donna Bowen (us) - See all my reviews, May 3, 2013

    Five Stars

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    0 5/5 Brandon - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Old Crow Medicine Show - Live From The Orange Peel And Tennessee Theatre (Amazon Instant Video) Great live concert! LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS BAND!! Would suggest this to any friend who loves bluegrass! They rock it out!! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 15, 2014

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