2 edition of Data relative to the development of America"s first gasoline automobile found in the catalog.
Data relative to the development of America"s first gasoline automobile
J. Frank Duryea
in [Springfield? Mass
Written in English
|Statement||by J. Frank Duryea.|
|Contributions||Duryea, Charles E., 1861-1938.|
|LC Classifications||TL23 .D83|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||43010618|
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established in to become the first American company to build gasoline-powered automobiles. In the company built 13 cars. And George H. Morill, Jr. of Massachusetts bought a Duryea and become the first American purchaser of a gasoline car.
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Energy Information Administration provides data on U.S. use of coal, natural gas, nuclear energy, renewable energy, and more. Tests of the first, gasoline-powered automobile. On Septemthe Duryea Brothers road-tested the first-ever, working American gasoline-powered automobile on the Howard Bemis farm in Chicopee, Massachusetts.
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Petroleum was originally was only lightly refined for lubricating oils to replace tallow, parafin wax- to replace tallow and beeswax, and kerosene for heat and light. In contrast, signs of a shift can be detected relatively quickly in vehicle sales data, as was apparently the case with automobile sales after the average price of a gallon of gasoline first rose above $3, in September That price threshold was exceeded again in the spring and summer of and yet again through much of The American automobile industry began modestly inwhen the Duryea Motor Wagon Company of Springfield, Massachusetts sold 13 identical gasoline-powered vehicles.
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