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Improvement in Combined Planter and Cultivator.

Improvement in Combined Planter and Cultivator.

Date: August 20, 1867
Creator: Adams, Jesse
Description: Patent for "a simple, practical combined planter and cotton and corn cultivator, which shall be easily adjusted and operated, and shall be cheap and durable" (lines 11-12). The patent includes instructions and an illustration.
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Improvement in Cotton-Cultivator.

Improvement in Cotton-Cultivator.

Date: August 13, 1867
Creator: Adams, Jesse
Description: Patent for improvements in cotton cultivators.
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Improvement in Cultivators.

Improvement in Cultivators.

Date: January 15, 1861
Creator: Alexander, J. T. D.
Description: Patent for the improvement of cultivators using adjustable blades and is adaptable to use different types of blades for a variety of other uses, including illustration.
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Improvement in Cultivators.

Improvement in Cultivators.

Date: September 7, 1869
Creator: Baker, Job McNamee
Description: Patent for improvement in cultivators by making all the beams that had blades attached to them adjustable by a lever. A roller is designed for covering the seed and smoothing over the ground after the seeds are discharged by a slider which is operated by a crank-shaft near the end of the machine. A detachable revolving stalk-cutter can be used for cutting stalks on the ground by means of a suitable connector at the rear end of the machine. Illustration is included.
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Improvement in Cultivators.

Improvement in Cultivators.

Date: November 2, 1869
Creator: Baker, William T.
Description: Patent for improvement in cultivators in which the plows can be adjusted by width, height and laterally to regulate the depth and angle of inclination. The plows, which can be operated by a foot device, may be simultaneously thrown from the ground. (Lines 73-76) Illustration is included.
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Improved Machine for Breaking and Scouring Hides

Improved Machine for Breaking and Scouring Hides

Date: July 20, 1869
Creator: Bean, W. O.
Description: Patent for machinery for tanning animal hides.
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Improved Baling-Press.

Improved Baling-Press.

Date: January 12, 1869
Creator: Berkeley, J.
Description: Patent for improvements in portable press by dividing the pressing-chamber into two parts, one of which is fixed to the wagon-frame, the other part is movable. “The movable part contains the follower, adapted to be titled with it, and operated by the winding-drum, cords, wheel and the wings, working in the horizontal slots in the sides of these parts.” (Lines 81-85) Illustration is included.
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Improvement in Hay and Cotton-Presses.

Improvement in Hay and Cotton-Presses.

Date: October 5, 1869
Creator: Berkeley, John
Description: Patent for improvements in presses for hay, cotton and similar substances, by making the machine portable and the box that holds hay or cotton is adjustable vertically and horizontally. Illustration is included.
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Improvement in Machines for Extracting Cotton and Corn Stalks.

Improvement in Machines for Extracting Cotton and Corn Stalks.

Date: February 19, 1861
Creator: Bishop, Josiah
Description: Patent for the improvement of pulling the roots of cotton and corn stalks while minimizing the damage to the soil, including illustration.
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Bolt for Doors.

Bolt for Doors.

Date: June 26, 1860
Creator: Bonney, N. W.
Description: Patent for the improvement of bolt locks on double doors using a lever lock for safety and ease of locking and unlocking one or both doors, including illustration.
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