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 Decade: 1890-1899
 Collection: Texas Patents
Air-Ship.

Air-Ship.

Date: June 12, 1891
Creator: Walker, James C.
Description: Patent for a self-propelled, navigable air ship. Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Andiron.

Andiron.

Date: December 1, 1891
Creator: Kimbro, Jeremiah H. & Kimbro, John A.
Description: Patent for improvement of andirons, to accommodate fuel or sticks of wood and to burn either wood or coal fuel. Includes illustrations.
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Angle-Cock.

Angle-Cock.

Date: March 19, 1895
Creator: Waldron, William J.
Description: Patent for "a locking device for the train pipe valve or plug, and a connection separate from the train pipe and under the control of the engineer, to manipulate the said locking device and secure the valve or plug in position." (Lines 13-18) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Angle-Cock.

Angle-Cock.

Date: August 25, 1896
Creator: Waldron, William J.
Description: Patent for "a new and improved angle-cock so constructed that the plug cannot be turned by an unauthorized person without the knowledge of the engineer in charge of the train." (Lines 8-12) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Animal-Poke.

Animal-Poke.

Date: July 20, 1897
Creator: Moore, John H.
Description: Patent for "a light and effective head-frame for horned cattle, designed to prevent their going through or injuring wire fences or from goring persons or animals." (Lines 14-18) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Animal-Poke.

Animal-Poke.

Date: October 6, 1896
Creator: Parker, William H.
Description: Patent for "a combined animal poke and halter of simple, inexpensive, and efficient construction whereby stock to which the device is applied are prevented from forcing through or throwing their weight against barbed and other wire fences, and also whereby a halter strap or chain may be readily applied thereto to provide for securing the stock in their stalls when stabled." (Lines 8-16) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Animal-Poke.

Animal-Poke.

Date: January 14, 1896
Creator: Dickey, John S.
Description: Patent for an animal-poke that is "placed over the animal's neck and provided with spurs, whereby the animal is pricked when he attempts to pass a fence or other barrier" (lines 9-12). This invention doesn't prick the animal while it is grazing and is more comfortable to wear than similar animal-pokes.
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Animal-Trap.

Animal-Trap.

Date: March 17, 1891
Creator: Bassinger, Stephen
Description: Patent for an improved animal trap for “catching small animals in a trap which will be ever set and in operative position for catching an animal and which will be automatically reset” (lines 10-13), illustration is included.
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Animal-Trap.

Animal-Trap.

Date: May 5, 1891
Creator: Anderson, Henry Clay
Description: Patent for improvements in animal-traps that would be capable of catching two animals; to set the trap, bait is placed upon the hooked ends of the bait-hooks, the jaws are elevated and retained in a position by the link-catches, which have the lower hooked ends engaging the trigger, which has its free end engaging the eye at the inner end of the bait hooks, thus setting the trap, (lines 66-73) ready to catch animals. Illustration is included.
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Animal-Trap.

Animal-Trap.

Date: August 25, 1891
Creator: Edwards, Joseph H.
Description: Patent for improvements in bait-trigger traps for catching small animals, with instructions and illustrations.
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