Indians First Buried Under Tons of Snow Learn Ways of Big Snow Plows That Burrow Through Huge Drifts

1908

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i INDIANS, FIRST BURIED UNDER TONS OF SNOW, LEARN WAYS OF BIG SNOW PLOWS THAT BURROW THROUGH HUGE DRIFTS "Bucking the Beautiful" is No Longer a Source of Wonder ment to the Natives of Northern Northern Michigan They Know Now. Traverso City, Mich., February jf,. one feature of the recent battle battle with the snow by northern Michigan railroads is that the Indians Indians along the Traverse City, elsnau & Manistique lines are noif accustomed to the ways and wo-rkings wo-rkings wo-rkings of a big plow. This may seem strange, but the fact that they had never sacn a plow before, didn't, know what it was and could not comprehend Its power played havoc with more then one family of copper-lined copper-lined copper-lined natives when snow lirst bothered this line in the winter of 1901. The T. C li. & M. connecting Traverse City ami Northport with upper peninsula points was completed completed i:i the fall of '1903 and the following winter saw snow and lots of its piled tip in the cuts and lying deep along Hie heavy grades of the road bed. Up to the blizzards 'of 3 . j- j- -fwi -fwi PLOWS DRIVEN BY TANDEM LOCOMOTIVES. this month the road has had but little troublo with the snow since that is a white the following story about tho Indians Indians : "We had' a ' big Brooks plow up WOMAN SHOOTS HERSELF Discusses

Clipped from Detroit Free Press16 Feb 1908, SunPage 6

Detroit Free Press (Detroit, Michigan)16 Feb 1908, SunPage 6
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