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The Legacy: Of The Farm, the Family, and Old Chautauqua

Douglas Houck

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ISBN 10: 0595282245 / ISBN 13: 9780595282241
Published by iUniverse, 2003
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Title: The Legacy: Of The Farm, the Family, and Old...

Publisher: iUniverse

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Used: Good

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The world has changed. Two hundred years ago most people lived in small rural communities. They walked or rode a horse when they traveled. Water wheels were their only source of power. Communication was restricted to the spoken and printed word.But everything changed. The change started slowly in the forests of western New York. Visionaries used the technology of the 1800's to manufacture potash from ashes, used the technology of the 1820's to collect and market natural gas, and used the technology of the 1840's to make kerosene from petroleum. Advances in engineering made it possible to dig canals and build railroads to get these products to market. These canals and railroads accelerated the pace of change. Merchants then learned to protect their interests by influencing public policy and funding decisions being made in the state legislatures and in the United States Congress.This resulting combination of technology, engineering, and public policy impacted the lives of those who lived in Chautauqua County many years ago, and it still impacts our lives today.

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Douglas Houck grew up in Chautauqua County, listened to the old stories told by his grandfather and the other old- timers. He attended a one-room schoolhouse in the Abbey and completed academic degrees at SUNY Fredonia and Buffalo. He lives in Punta Gorda, Florida and Westfield, New York.

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