During the heyday of hand-fire engines in Colonial America, the Hunneman was king, acknowledged as the finest engine money could buy. This book recounts the fascinating history of Paul Revere's apprentice, George C Hunneman, and his amazing fire engines.
Endeavoring to discover as many Hunneman fire engines still in existence as possible, whether in museums or rotting and rusting away on obscure barns, Ed Tufts has traveled across the United States and Canada.
Of the 745 Hunneman engines manufactured from 1792 to 1883, he located and photographed 165 of them!
Follow fire historian Edward R Tufts on his incredible "Hunneman Fire Engine Safari".