Patent Model - Improvement in Machine for Separating the Exterior or Bark from the Interior or Pith of Sorghum and other Plants

Maker and role
Robert Eagle (b.1818, d.1890), Patentee
William Goodwin (b.1831, d.1909), Patentee
Robert Eagle (b.1818, d.1890), Assignor
William Goodwin (b.1831, d.1909), Assignor
William Wilson (b.1809, d.1877), Assignee
Production date
Oct 08 1867
Sep 25 1867
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Object detail

Wood, tin, iron, paint
6 x 9 1/2 x 11 1/2" (15.2 x 24.1 x 29.2cm)
The inventors state, "The design of this invention is to remove the pith from the bark or wood of canes or stalks of any kind or description which require the separation of the pith from the bark preparatory to their use..." (Patent Number 69,551)
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