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Coolspring Bores & Strokes Newsletter


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Bores & Strokes is not available by mail order. It's only available with membership to the museum or at the gift shop on the grounds. It won't be available for mail order until 2018 when the next Bores and Strokes comes out. That's how the Bores and Strokes works each year.

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Coolspring Power Museum just released:
Vol. 24 No. 1 of Bores and Strokes for 2018.

POWERING THE OIL INDUSTRY 1860-1908

by Susan J. Beates



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