from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A gang-plow designed to be drawn by a wire rope, and operated by Steam-power.


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  • Many a farmyard, with its binders, rakes, drills, rollers, gasoline engine, fanning-mill, and steam-plow looks as if someone had been giving a machinery shower; but in the kitchen you will find the old washboard and dasher churn, which belonged to the same era as the reaping hook and tallow candle.

    In Times Like These

  • They talk here of steam-plows and steam-wagons for common roads, and I have no doubt the steam-plow will be first practically and generally used, so far as the

    Northern California, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands


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