The history connections start with the transportation by my great-grandfather of army goods and supplies as colonel in charge during the Civil War. The oxen and wagons moving family goods and others to Canada and then to St. Joe, Missouri, to be with the second wagon train going west to the Oregon territory. My grandfathers, my father, and myself in our life long involvement in moving all types of freight in America. The dedication of all this and incidents along the way.
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The transportation industry of this country is the lifeline that this book talks about. The family history and connection to that development. The generations of my family from the Civil War time to the present are involved to give the readers a view of how this country functions and the importance of the trucking industry to their families. The hardships that have been endured to arrive with today's services. Many personal stories of these changing times. I have enjoyed a wonderful life being involved in the transportation system of this country. The travels, meeting new people and feeling free while doing so, has been wonderful. The lifelong journey of the members of my family and their history mean a great deal to me. We have enjoyed the friendships of so many great people while doing our daily labors.
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