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Plain Buggies: Amish, Mennonite, And Brethren Horse-Drawn Transportation. People's Place Book N
Accessible in style, Plain Buggies presents the most complete work on the transportation modes of the "plain people" published to date. includes details on prices, styles, laws, stories. Why do 100,000 persons in North America refuse to drive cars for religious reasons? What are the main styles among the 90-some variations of their vehicles? What does a horse's face tell ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published October 1st 1998 by Good Books
(first published March 1986)
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Who would have thought there would be so many different buggy variations? The buggy is a great example of how Amish districts vary in their Ordnung. Some allow storm windows, some don't. Some allow sliding doors, others don't. And did you know an Amish man might only own three buggies at most during his life time?