It was the end of the nineteenth century in America. The car has not yet been invented. The Kodak camera has not yet been launched on the market. Women wore long dresses, and the main way to wash clothes was a washboard. Few houses had electricity, and even the radio had not yet entered their lives. The president was Benjamin Harrison. Of course, those days of the past were not quite as simple as most memories. They were slower, yes, because getting from one place to another took a lot of time. American mail was the main form of communication connecting this country, as America was slowly moving towards the twentieth century.
Of great importance in that era was the railway. Continue reading