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In Years Past

September 12, 2013
The Post-Journal

In 1913, at the east end of the iron bridge over the Conewango in Frewsburg, an auto struck a wagon. The horses ran and soon freed themselves from the front wheels. The team was stopped by August Johnson on Main Street above his store. The horses were cut some about the heels. The team belonged to Mr. Price of Fentonville and was driven by Gust Nelson. The number of the auto was not learned.

 
 

 

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