Bridging Deep South Rivers

Bridging Deep South Rivers

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The story does not end with Horace, however, because he passed his skills on to his three sons, who also became prominent builders and businessmen.q--BOOK JACKET.The first step a€” sawing lumber a€” did not occur at the site but elsewhere along the river and its tributary streams. ... Later in his career King invented replaceable teeth for circular saw blades, but that technology did not exist in 1832. ... Johna#39;s brother Wells, probably Asa Bates, and Horace King acted as the foremen, who gave orders to white craftsmen and slaves, verifying their work for ... Godwin, aquot; as he was known at age twenty-five, but he acted as more than a manual laborer.

Title:Bridging Deep South Rivers
Author: John S. Lupold, Thomas L. French
Publisher:University of Georgia Press - 2004

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