New Stage Coach

invented by John Darlwin on September 21, 1763

The History

The early stage coach was a horse drawn vehicle that was used to carry passengers and mail on a normal route. The fitst stagecoach line was established in London, England but didn't make it to america for about 200 years. There were stagecoach stations set up every 15-20 miles to switch out the horses.

how it relates to nd.

The stage coach was widely spread throughout the us, therefor it eventually came to North Dakota. They used the stage coach for transporting things such as people, goods, mail, and many others