It’s About Time and Clocks!

Strolling through timekeeping’s history by Terry Conway America’s first soldier, George Washington, carried one. Gentlemen stored them in the watch pocket of the vest of their three-piece suits. Ubiquitous until the First World War, locomotive engineers and conductors counted on their timepieces to keep the trains running on time. Travel to the little Susquehanna river …

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