Stump puller


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Stump puller

A horse-powered capstan-like device used for pulling stumps out of the ground.
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who recalls using a stump puller like that shown in Item B "back in the clays before the war, clearing land in northern Wisconsin .
In the late 1800s, the "Eclipse" moniker was applied to countless agricultural products, including windmills, corn shellers, hay presses, cane mills, corn planters, cultivators, disc harrows, fanning mills, feed grinders, fertilizer spreaders, seeders, hammer mills, hay rakes and stackers, horse powers, incubators, manure spreaders, plows, potato machinery, sawmills, sprayers, stump pullers and wagons.
Four months later, they unloaded on the malarial shore of the Tapajos River, leaving motorboats, a steam shovel, a pile driver, tractors, stump pullers, a locomotive, ice-making machines and crates of food, along with prefabricated buildings and a disassembled sawmill.