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Farm Life

Life on the land, farm shows, lessons from the past and more

The History of the B.D. Tillinghast Machine Shop

Joe Prinzinger and Bill Tremel

In 1882 the first commercial gas well came on line in Washington County

Broken IHC Famous

Andre Racicot

Sometimes it's Better to Just Spend the Extra Money

Our Friend Don Bellach

Walt and Lyda Brown

Thanks to a Friend Who Has Made a Difference

Purdue University Press Releases Historical Work

Robert T. Rhode

The Harvest Story: Recollections of Old-Time Threshermen


Something Different

Kenny & Cynthia Ryan

Not Just A Little Different, A Lot Different

Buckeye Bluegrass Revue and Gas Engines, Too!

Carolyn A. Giger

Arizona's old engine collectors pretty much go wherever the opportunity arises

The Battle of the Alamo

Mike McArthur

A 26 Year Saga Draws to a Close

A Sleeping 'Giant'

Martin E. Reed

A 1916 25 HP Mogul Giant Comes Out of Hiding in The Woods of Eastern Maryland


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