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The wind wagon
|Series||A black horse western|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||159|
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The Wind Wagon Hardcover – January 1, by David Cory (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings5/5(3). The Wind Wagon. In Sam Peppard is a blacksmith living in the Kansas Territory, but he is restless. He's heard about The wind wagon book settlers heading west in search of gold and silver.
Most have packed their possessions into large prairie schooners and made their long journey to the western Sam is impatient and has an inventive mind/5.
Also set in Kansas, author Celia Barker Lottridge bases The Wind Wagon on the true story of Sam Peppard's dream to sail west across the windy prairies on his eye-catching invention in B&w illustrations by Daniel Clifford show wheels whizzing as the 5/5(1). Excerpt from The Wind Wagon Peter climbed up on the window sill and stepped into the Wind Wagon.
As soon as he was safely inside, the knight Spoke again The Wind Wagon will take you swiftly into strange lands where you will meet the heroes of bygone days. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.5/5(3).
The Wind Wagon [Celia Barker Lottridge, Daniel Clifford] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sam Peppard, a blacksmith in s Kansas, builds a prairie schooner that sails to Denver, Colorado, powered by wind. Grade ?InSam Peppard, a blacksmith in northeast Kansas territory, invented a wagon powered by wind and set off with three friends for Denver.
Their journey ended just 80 miles short of their destination when a whirlwind destroyed the wagon. This 5/5(1). Books and Authors Top Teaching Blog Teacher's Tool Kit Student Activities The Teacher Store Book Clubs Book Fairs Scholastic Education Classroom Magazines The Wind Wagon.
By Daniel Clifford, Celia Barker Lottridge. Grades. Sam Peppard, a blacksmith in s Kansas, builds a prairie schooner that sails to Denver, Colorado, powered by. This edited article about Wind Wagon Thomas originally appeared in Look and Learn issue number published on 30 April American The wind wagon book history is filled with daring tales of rugged pioneers who trekked across the Old Santa Fe Trail in search of new wealth, excitement and adventure.
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Originally, the series lasted for a total of 24 books, ending in with the book. And nearly all of them ended in disaster of one kind or another. But still, it’s an amusing and interesting footnote in the history of wind power in the American West. There’s a children’s book, The Wind Wagon, set in the s, about a real person named Samuel Peppard who sailed a wind wagon from Kansas to Colorado.
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The Wind Wagon. Celia Barker Lottridge. Illustrated by David Clifford. Toronto: Groundwood Books, 46 pp., paper, $ ISBN Subject Headings: Frontier and pioneer life-Juvenile fiction. Wagons-Juvenile fiction.
Winds-Juvenile fiction. Grades 2 - 4 / Ages 7. A novel device of the Kansas territorial period was the wind wagon, sometimes called a sailing wagon. Several were built and in the press gave them considerable attention. They were similar to an ordinary light wagon; weighed about pounds; had a bed about three feet wide, eight feet long, and six inches deep; and were propelled by a sail or sails raised over the center of the front axle.
It was in that a device called the Wind Wagon was invented by a man known as “Wind Wagon Thomas.” If he had any other name no one knew it.
He had been a sailor. He rigged a small wagon as a trial model. The model was a success and Thomas sailed out on the prairie as far as Council Grove, Kansas.
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