Horse Photos from 100 years ago…






Good Morning!

Tuesday – a day of reflection this week – let’s review several photojournals on how the horse has helped humans …

Hubby found a wonderful presentation called:

“Why we fight to preserve and protect America. 100-Year-Old Transportation Photos.”

There was no written story… just photos.

I’ve selected a few for you here.

 

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5 comments have been posted...

  1. Lorraine

    I loved this collection of photo’s. I think that the first one is also in my book of Canadians (about the breed lol – not the people) and I used to stare at it for ages trying to imagine the amount of “horse power” packed into those two valiant horses, which was capable of moving a load of that size and weight. Incredible isn’t it – the debt humans owe to these equines .. Thank you for posting them :)

  2. Alison

    These photos are an amazing representation of just how much our lives as human beings were support fully and successfully by our equine partners. We are forever entwined with a most glorious and brilliant creature known as ‘the horse’. Thank you for sharing the site:)

    Alison

  3. Arliss

    Wow. Fascinating photos. I find them sobering in terms of bringing home how hard life must have been for so, so many equines — I was going to say “back then,” but of course that extends to most of human history. Humans owe so much to horses and donkeys, such strong, gentle, silent workers. I think that modern civilization has forgotten how much we owe them.

  4. Eveline

    Love these! I live in between Baltimore and DC, great to see these pictures.

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