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The History of Stagecoaches
The first stagecoach was perfected in 1827, by two wheelwright brothers named Abbot and Lewis Downing. This took place in Concord, New Hampshire where the brothers had owned a factory. The company disbanded around 1847, until they came together in 1865. The brothers continued to make stagecoaches until 1919.
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Traveling the harsh west!
Stagecoaches were hard to travel with on rough terrian.
Stagecoaches didn't give much protection against harsh weather.
Finally in town!
Stagecoaches took a long time to get to their destination, they were slow but faster than the other options.
- Easier to carry freight
- Was able to more places
- Hard to go up hills or rough terrain
- Could be considered a luxury to some
- Slow compared to a steamboat or railway
- Little space
"The Making of a Stagecoach Photo Shoot: Building the Coach"