At the turn of the 19th Century, American pioneer families pushed West as quickly as explorers mapped new territory. Forests were cleared and farms sprung up. As rough trails developed into dusty crossroads, frontier merchants sat up shop, supplying goods to the agrarian population.
No matter how remote the locale, the little country stores thrived.
The farm economy was a simple one. Farmers were self-sufficient to a large degree, producing fruit, vegetables, hay, grain, milk, c
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