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Soundprints, 1992. Braider, Donald. The Life, History, and Magic of the Horse. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1973. Dossenbach, Monique and Hans Dossenbach. The Noble Horse. K. Hall, 1983. Jurmain, Suzanne. Once Upon a Horse: A History of Horses—And How They Shaped Our History. New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1989. Mitchell, Edwin. Horse and Buggy Age in New England. Detroit: Gale, 1974. Further Reading 61 Index Page numbers in bold indicate illustrations. , 37, 47, 54 Chuck wagons, 41 Cirello, Emilio, 57-58 Cities, 19, 44-58 Cleveland, Ohio, 48 62 Index Columbus, Christopher, 6-7 Concord coaches, 12, 19, 32 Conestoga wagons, 16—18, 20, 22.
Added to all this traffic were the thousands of delivery wagons that supplied the stores with their goods. At a time when shops commonly delivered groceries, hardware, clothing, and other products directly to the customer, almost every establishment had its own delivery wagon and horses. Contributing to the confusion of omnibuses, horsecars, hacks, private coaches, and freight and delivery wagons were peddlers and farmers from the surrounding countryside, who sold their wares and produce directly from their carts and wagons.
Fire wagons, containing all the equipment a fireman would lower the harnesses into place, and needed to put out a conflagration, weighed as much as secure them. Within two minutes from the time the 4,000 pounds. Whether they pulled a wagon with lad- alarm sounded, the station doors would be open and ders and hoses or one containing either hand or steam horses and men would be charging out into the street. pumpers, the horses had to be able to race from the The horses were the pride and joy not only of the station, haul the wagons through the dense city traffic, firemen but of the people who lived in the neighbor- and get the firemen to their destination without hood.