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The iron bound hardwood hammer, weighing about 100 pounds, is lifted by a crank and then released by means of a slip clutch. Mounted on a wagon, the small pile driver could easily be pulled to each new post location. John Anderson, of Waukesha, Wisconsin, patented the post driver on Feb 27, 1866.
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