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In all the turmoil, many early pioneers are nearly forgotten. In 1891, [[John William Lambert]] built a three-wheeler in Ohio City, Ohio, which was destroyed in a fire the same year, while [[America On Wheels#Collection & exhibits|Henry Nadig]] constructed a four-wheeler in [[Allentown, Pennsylvania]]. It is likely they were not the only ones.<ref name=georgano/>{{rp|p.25}}
 
In all the turmoil, many early pioneers are nearly forgotten. In 1891, [[John William Lambert]] built a three-wheeler in Ohio City, Ohio, which was destroyed in a fire the same year, while [[America On Wheels#Collection & exhibits|Henry Nadig]] constructed a four-wheeler in [[Allentown, Pennsylvania]]. It is likely they were not the only ones.<ref name=georgano/>{{rp|p.25}}
 
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