The Brockport Community Museum is
a “Museum Without Walls” that brings
local history into the community. It was
chartered by the New York State
Education Department in 2002.
A working model about one foot square, it was first successfully manufactured commercially in Brockport, NY.
- What did the full size object do?
- What did it replace?
- What time period was it used?
- How do you think it changed agriculture?
- How did this invention and Brockport's location on the Erie Canal help westward expansion of the United States?
- Cyrus McCormick invented it.
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