3 edition of The motor car in American life found in the catalog.
The motor car in American life
|Statement||by Curtis Fuller, illustrated by Barry Bart.|
|Series||Basic social education series; R. W. Bardwell, editorial director|
|LC Classifications||TL145 .F8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||41007088|
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Etymology. The English word car is believed to originate from Latin carrus/carrum "wheeled vehicle" or (via Old North French) Middle English carre "two-wheeled cart," both of which in turn derive from Gaulish karros "chariot." It originally referred to any wheeled horse-drawn vehicle, such as a cart, carriage, or wagon. "Motor car," attested from , is the usual formal term in Application: Transportation. About this Item: American Motors Corporation, Detroit, MI, Original Wraps. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. - large oblong 8vo - pages - over photographs & descriptive text for each, of these cars from the earliest times - American Motors - Rambler, Jeffery, Nash, Ajax, Lafayette, Hudson, Essex, Terraplane, Ambassador, Marlin, Metropolitan, Rebel, Amx, Javelin .
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The Life of the Automobile: The Complete History of the Motor Car - Kindle edition by Parissien, Steven. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Life of the Automobile: The Complete History of the Motor Car/5(52).
The Automobile in American Life illustrates the author’s mastery of the social/technological impact of the American public’s affinity for automobiles for conveyance, identity and status.
From overview to in-depth analysis, no stone is left unturned or, to be more correct, no hood is left unlatched as the reader is immersed in the Cited by: American Motors Corporation (AMC; sometimes referred to as American Motors) was an American automobile manufacturing company formed by the merger of Nash-Kelvinator Corporation and Hudson Motor Car Company on 1 May At the time, it was the largest corporate merger in U.S.
history. AMC's most-similar competitors were those automakers who Headquarters: Southfield, Michigan, U.S. George Romney: An American Life.
A rare treat about a rare car, the book is softbound, pages. Auburn Automobiles Photo Archive Fascinating new book written by a former employee of the Hudson Motor Car Company gives an often-humorous view of the inner workings of Hudson. The Life of the Automobile is the first comprehensive world history of the car.
The automobile has arguably shaped the modern era more profoundly than any other human invention, and author Steven Parissien examines the impact, development, and significance of the automobile over its turbulent and colorful year history/5(2).
This is the story of how the automobile changed the essence of life in America. Both a general history of the automobile and a broad-ranging analysis of its cultural effects, the text addresses such topics as cars’ inception as a mechanical curiosity and later a plaything for the well-to-do; Henry Ford and the rise of the machine age; competition and the evolving consumer in the.
The Model T, sold by the Ford Motor Company from towas the earliest effort to make a car that most people could actually buy. It became so popular at one point that a majority of. This is the story of how the automobile changed the essence of life in America.
Both a general history of the automobile and a broad-ranging analysis of its cultural effects, the text addresses such topics as cars' inception as a mechanical curiosity and later a plaything for the well-to-do; Henry Ford and the rise of the machine age; competition and the evolving consumer/5.
This blog will expand on themes and topics first mentioned in my book, "The Automobile and American Life." I hope to comment on recent developments in the automobile industry, reviews of my readings on the history of the automobile, drafts of my new work, contributions from friends, descriptions of the museums and car shows I attend and.
The original catalog description provided by the Ford Motor Company reads as follows: Incomplete documentary on the history of Ford cars, mass production techniques, and effect of the car on American life. Ford Company payroll book - Ford Model A  driving up to house, engine cranked, driving away - farmer watching car pass by.
The Automobile and American Life This blog will expand on themes and topics first mentioned in my book, "The Automobile and American Life." I hope to comment on recent developments in the automobile industry, reviews of my readings on the history of the automobile, drafts of my new work, contributions from friends, descriptions of the museums.
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Thomas Dunne Books. New York: St. Martin’s Press, Pp. $+vii (Hardback book) The historical study of the automobile is a topic area that often does not receive a large amount of scholarly work.
The American Motor League had promoted the making of more and better cars since the early days of the car, and the American Automobile Association joined the good roads movement begun during the earlier bicycle craze; when manufacturers and petroleum fuel suppliers were well established, they also joined construction contractors in lobbying.
J.L. Elbert’s book on the marque is subtitled “The Mightiest American Motor Car.” The Duesenberg is so mighty that he could have left out.
Over its short year history, the car has become one of the most loved, contested and influential innovations in the world.
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The Panhard car, introduced in France by the Daimler company inhad many features of the modern car. In the United States, internal-combustion cars of the horseless buggy type were manufactured in the s by Charles Duryea and J. Frank Duryea, Elwood Haynes, Henry Ford, Ransom E.
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Even so, no car enthusiast’s life is complete until they’ve studied a bit of American automotive history. Regional interest titles like the ones below can reintroduce you to one of your favorite topics on an entirely new level. If there was ever a dynamic story in the automotive world, it would be that of American Motors Corporation.
Born during the merger of Nash-Kelvinator Company and Hudson Motor Car Company, AMC.