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Antique technology

Windmills, horse-drawn harrows, threshing machines and steam-powered tractors. At one time, these machines represented the cutting-edge farm technology of their day. Ronald Barlow's 208-page book 300 years of Farm Implements and Machinery, 1630–1930, opens a window to the past with historical facts and more than 500 antique engravings of machines at work. It also shows some of the first farm machinery advertising.

To order this high-quality paperback, send $19.99 plus $4 shipping and handling, to Krause Publications, Dept. FIN, Box 5009, Iola, WI 54945, 800/258-0929, or visit www.krausebooks.com.

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