America's First Car

Here are my two books on my great-grandfather John W. Lambert who made America's first gasoline automobile in Ohio City, Ohio in 1891. I wrote Who Invented America's Gasoline Automobile? as a novel based on the facts as I had gathered them and then wrote this narrative non-fiction Something New Under the Sun; The History of America's First Car, focused on John's career and primary achievement, his little three-wheeled buggy that carried and was propelled by a gasoline engine.
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Who Invented America's Gasoline Automobile? is a fictionalized account of my great-grandfather's pioneering family in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana and John Lambert's primary invention of the automobile.

Who Invented America's Gasoline Automobile? is a fictionalized account of my great-grandfather's pioneering family in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana and John Lambert's primary invention of the automobile.

Something New Under the Sun; The History of America's First Car about my great-grandfather John W. Lambert, his career as an early car pioneer and his primary accomplishment, America's first car.

Something New Under the Sun; The History of America's First Car about my great-grandfather John W. Lambert, his career as an early car pioneer and his primary accomplishment, America's first car.

In 1891 this little vehicle was revolutionary. "Get a horse!" neighbors complained; dogs barked. Most folks were just curious to see John Lambert drive around their muddy roads without the aid of a horse.

In 1891 this little vehicle was revolutionary. Most folks were just curious to see John Lambert drive around their muddy roads without the aid of a horse.

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