The Widow's Captive - A Christian Christmas Novella
·The blizzard of the century. A pregnant widow on the run with two small children. A sheriff reluctant with his task. An isolated remote cabin with a touch of…
Last updated 4 years ago
This item is unavailable | Etsy
The Franklin stove is a metal-lined fireplace named after its inventor, Benjamin Franklin. It was invented in 1741. It had a hollow baffle near the rear (to transfer more heat from the fire to a room's air) and relied on an "inverted siphon" to draw the fire's hot fumes around the baffle. It was intended to produce more heat and less smoke than an ordinary open fireplace. It is also known as a "circulating stove" or the "Pennsylvania fireplace".
NCHGC: History: Logging, Mining, and Ranching
Flagstaff rose from the chaos of an Atlantic & Pacific Railroad camp in 1882, to become the major outfitting center for prospectors’ and miners’ canyon operations. These men are “packed for the Grand Canyon,” circa 1890s. Credit: NAU Cline Library, Russell Wahmann Collection, NAU.PH.433.6. Courtesy: ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, Nature, Culture and History at the Grand Canyon (USA).