Jensen Steam Engine Dry Fuel Heated 76 by American Science & Surplus. $139.95. Build a real head of live steam in the boiler, ease the throttle open and watch the engine take off. The stationary steam plants have nickel plated brass horizontal boiler, water gauge, whistle, safety valve, throttle, 3" dia flywheel and power takeoff pulley. Our dry pellet fuel model (includes 20 fuel pellets) has a single action horizontal piston engine and comes as a kit. It requires about...

Jensen Steam Engine Dry Fuel Heated 76 by American Science & Surplus. $139.95. Build a real head of live steam in the boiler, ease the throttle open and watch the engine take off. The stationary steam plants have nickel plated brass horizontal boiler, water gauge, whistle, safety valve, throttle, 3" dia flywheel and power takeoff pulley. Our dry pellet fuel model (includes 20 fuel pellets) has a single action horizontal piston engine and comes as a kit. It requires about...

Ellen White wrote:  "I put on the [SDA] reformed dress September, 1865, when I visited Dansville with my sick husband. It was the same length I now wear, and I was distinctly given to understand that it was not the "American Costume." I have worn this style of dress ever since that time, excepting at meetings, in the crowded streets of villages and cities, and when visiting distant relatives. Since I commenced to write No. 11, in January, 1867, I have worn no other than the reformed dress."

Ellen White wrote: "I put on the [SDA] reformed dress September, 1865, when I visited Dansville with my sick husband. It was the same length I now wear, and I was distinctly given to understand that it was not the "American Costume." I have worn this style of dress ever since that time, excepting at meetings, in the crowded streets of villages and cities, and when visiting distant relatives. Since I commenced to write No. 11, in January, 1867, I have worn no other than the reformed dress."

4208597855 - Dr. Mary Edwards Walker; Only Female Medal Of Honor Recipient [NARA-4208597855]

4208597855 - Dr. Mary Edwards Walker; Only Female Medal Of Honor Recipient [NARA-4208597855]

" Dr. Mary Walker, c. 1865. In this sensible kind of costume with tunic and trousers Dr. Walker served with the Federal Army during the American Civil War, and was taken prisoner by the Confederates. The prejudice of women clercks in the U.S. Treasury Department against her persistence in wearing rational dress prevented Dr. Walker taking up her position there." Personal scanning from Victorian and Edwardian Fashion by Alison Gernsheim, Dover Publications.

" Dr. Mary Walker, c. 1865. In this sensible kind of costume with tunic and trousers Dr. Walker served with the Federal Army during the American Civil War, and was taken prisoner by the Confederates. The prejudice of women clercks in the U.S. Treasury Department against her persistence in wearing rational dress prevented Dr. Walker taking up her position there." Personal scanning from Victorian and Edwardian Fashion by Alison Gernsheim, Dover Publications.

Bliss Kolb (Fortune-Telling Bird)

Bliss Kolb (Fortune-Telling Bird)

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