WHIPS OF THE WEST: An Illustrated History of American Whipmaking
The story of the whips used to urge on horses and oxen, and control cattle while the Old West was opening up. Discover how the industrial revolution took the making of whips from homemade horsewhips with a strand of leather attached to a hickory stick, to the factory production of carriage whips. Well illus.
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