We visited the Stagecoach Stop Museum in Waynesville, Missouri, along the Historic Route 66 trail. This building, first built in the 1850s with several later additions, served as a stagecoach stop and tavern, a Civil War hospital, a hotel, a dentist’s office, a worker’s boarding house, and now a museum. 127 more words
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What was advertised in a colonial newspaper 250 years ago today?
“A most curious four wheeled Carriage, called the AETHERIAL VEHICLE.”
Thomas Sabin provided transportation between Providence and Boston “or elsewhere” for his clients, but he marketed an experience (not unlike modern car manufacturers and airlines). 350 more words