This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.
Author: William T. King
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
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Library of Congress Cataloging - in - Publication Data King , William T. History of
the American steam fire - engine / William T. King . p . cm . Originally published :
Boston : Pinkham Press , 1896 . ISBN 0-486-41530-9 ( pbk . ) 1. Fire engines . 2.
Author: William T. King
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
Over 100 rare illustrations depict more than 70 antique fire engines with steam-powered pumps - from the very first one, built in 1829, to the end of the 19th century. Include the Braithwaite's 'Comet'; the Manhattan No. 8 of New York City; the Hurricane No. 13 of Philadelpia; the Northern Liberty, No. 8, of Bosto; more.
Members of the Liberty Engine Company 6 set fire to their station rather than
cede it to the city ; see justifiably Proud , p . 56 . Steam fire engines : William T .
King , History of the American Steam Fire Engine ( Boston : William King , 1896 ) ,
Author: Rebecca Zurier
Publisher: Artabras Publishers
Category: Fire stations
Looks at fire station architecture across the United States, traces the history of fire departments, and shows how fire fighting equipment has changed
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Summers , M.Vampires , Kith & Kin Sumner . ... Sartor Resartis 1896 McMechan
Chandlee . Six Quaken ... History Of American Steam Fire Engine Lefebre .
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(1860); VVilliam T. King, History ofthe American Steam Fire Engine (1896; reprint,
Chicago: Owen Davies, 1 960), 13 — 1 9. 23. Report of the joint Special
Committee of the Select and Common Councils on Steam Fire Engines (1854), 3
Author: Mark Tebeau
Publisher: JHU Press
By comparing the simple skills employed by firefighters—climbing ladders and manipulating hoses—with the mundane technologies—maps and accounting charts—of insurers, the author demonstrates that the daily routines of both groups were instrumental in making intense urban and industrial expansion a less precarious endeavor.
Wisconsin: St. Francis Fire Department, n.d. Standard for Automotive Fire
Apparatus: NFPA No. 1901. Boston: National Fire ... King, William T. History of the American Steam Fire Engine. Mineola, NY: Dover, 1896. Laws of Wisconsin.
Author: Wayne Mutza
The vehicles and other firefighting equipment of the Milwaukee Fire Department, like the department itself, are unique among the fire service. It built more of its own apparatus than any other American city and few can match the scope and character of apparatus used to serve and protect life and property in Milwaukee. Through detailed research, firsthand narratives, and captivating photos, the author walks the reader through the fascinating history of the incredible machines that served Cream City from the mid-nineteenth century to modern times. This volume traces the ever-changing face of Milwaukee's fire-fighting and life-saving equipment in parallel with the city's own history and growth. The fire department workshop's reputation for ingenuity is shown through its adaptations to disastrous fires that brought about changes in laws, economic growth and decline, the establishment of Milwaukee's ethnic neighborhoods, the difficult transition from horses to motorization, the wartime and post-war experience, the corporate world of apparatus manufacturers, and Milwaukee's fireboat fleet.
Like the Stanley Steamer, which postdated it by almost half a century, the STEAM
-POWERED FIRE ENGINE is gone ... of Fire Fighting, Hudson, N. Y.; History of
the American Steam Fire Engine, by William T. King, The Pinkham Press, 1896; ...
Over 220,000 entries representing some 56,000 Library of Congress subject headings. Covers all disciplines of science and technology, e.g., engineering, agriculture, and domestic arts. Also contains at least 5000 titles published before 1876. Has many applications in libraries, information centers, and other organizations concerned with scientific and technological literature. Subject index contains main listing of entries. Each entry gives cataloging as prepared by the Library of Congress. Author/title indexes.
Release on 1945 | by Insurance Company of North America
HISTORIES OF 1D • AMERICAN FIRE Marks 1752. By Harrold E. Gillingham ,
1914 . 19D . HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN STEAM FIRE ENGINE . By Wm . T.
King , 1896 . 2D . BRITISH FIRE MARKS FROM 1860. By Geo . A. Pothergill ,
Author: Insurance Company of North America
Publisher: Philadelphia : Insurance Company of North America
History of the New Bedford Fire Department . New Bedford : E. Anthony and ... 35
Glory , C. O. 100 Years of Glory 1871-1971 , District of Columbia Fire Department
Fire Fighters Assn . Washington D.C .: Mount Vernon Publishing ... 200 King ,
W. T. History of the American Steam Fire Engine . Pinkham Press , 1896. ( 150 pp
. ) ...
Author: James Piatti
Category: Technology & Engineering
Provides detailed descriptions and prices for books, buckets, toys, badges, hoses, lanterns, models, helmets, and other firefighting related items
Release on 1906 | by Free Public Library of Jersey City
Chic . , 1909 780 Up8St JOHNSON , E. R. Elements of transportation . N. Y. ,
1909..380 J63E KING , W. T. History of the American steam fire - engine . 1896 ...
621.6 K 58H MORRISON , J. H. History of New York ship yards . N. Y. , 1909.
81 of King's History of the American Steam Fire - engine ( Pinkham Press , 1896 )
. 4-1 / 8 ” x 6-1 / 2 ” . Photo Mills 71-2342 . 58 79 Steamer built by Amoskeag (
number 185 ) in 1866 for the New York City Metropolitan Fire Department Engine
Author: George Anne Daly
Category: Fire departments
A pictorial guide to the evaluation of fire fighting equipment.