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Burrell Cannon 1848 in 1903, an East Texan had designed an Airship that could fly and had raised funds to build it.

The Rev. Burrell Cannon (1848 1922), pastor of the Baptist Church in Pittsburg, Texas was the inventor of the Ezekiel Airship and in August of 1901, he convinced his acquaintances that his Airship would fly and that it could be maneuvered by a lever within the inner wheel. This allowed for vertical take off. Rev. Cannon kate spade backpack purse sale made the Bible his life study, and it was from the Book of Ezekiel that he got the idea for his wheel within a wheel Airship. "The appearance of the wheels and their work was like unto the color of beryl; and they four had one likeness; and their appearance was as it were a wheel within the middle of the wheel." (Ezekiel 1:16) Burrell Cannon was a minister, but made his living as a sawmill operator. He was a skilled machinist and mechanic and had 9 other patents for wind driven machine to his credit. Thorsell's Foundry. Upon completion, the Airship was shipped by rail to St. Louis where it was to be exhibited. A storm blew it off the flat bed car near Texarkana, Texas and the first model was completely destroyed. After the destruction of the first aircraft, Rev. Cannon moved to Longview where he attempted unsuccessfully to construct a second airship. It is reported that he felt the first one would not fly because the motor (gasoline driven) was too heavy. There is no kate spade factory store factual documentation that it ever flew, but witnesses in Pittsburg as late as the 1960's swore they saw it lift off over a fence near the building where it was built. The airship is not only the work of a skilled mechanic in a time of world obsession with flying, but it is a tremendous statement of his faith in God, and in his ability to interpret the Scriptures. This replica was constructed in 1986 by a skilled local craftsman working from the only known photograph of the airship. At the time of his death in 1923 at age 74, Rev. Cannon was working to develop a connon picker and boll weavil destroyer. "And when the living creatures went, the wheels went by them; and when the living creatures were lifted up from the earth, the wheels were lifted up." (Ezekiel 1:19) A replica of the Ezekiel Airship is now proudly displayed and available for inspection in the Depot Museum Annex. The hours of operation are 10 4. A replica of the original stock certificate and a video Did the Ezekiel Airship really fly? is available in the museum gift shop A Flying StartSome say it's possible an East Texas invention beat the Wright brothers into the air By J. Abernathy. Abernathy, whose reflection is seen in the mirrored case holding a model of the aircraft. PITTSBURG, Texas Some say the race to conquer the skies was won by a Baptist minister in East Texas a year before the Wright brothers ever hauled their flying machine to the windswept dunes of Kitty Hawk. The aircraft a canvas and wood contraption that resembled a cross between a dragonfly and a Conestoga wagon was known as the Ezekiel Airship, named for the book in the Bible from which the Rev. Burrell Cannon said he received his inspiration to build it. And if four witnesses told the truth, a man who helped build the Ezekiel Airship hopped behind the controls one Sunday morning in late 1902, fired up its 80 horsepower engine and briefly took the ship aloft to a height of 12 feet above a pasture at the edge of downtown Pittsburg. Wilbur and Orville Wright were not to make their historic 120 foot, 12 second flight until Dec. 17, 1903. "Unfortunately, we'll never know for sure if the Ezekiel Airship flew. There were no photographs, no announcements and no repeat performances," said Lacy Davis, 84, a Pittsburg historian who has become the expert on what there is to know about the aircraft. Experts who have studied a replica of the Ezekiel Airship now on display at kate spade outlet california the Camp County Museum in downtown Pittsburg say they doubt the aircraft ever performed like a traditional airplane. An accomplished engineer, Rev. Cannon held numerous patents for wind and water driven machines, in times which preceded electricity. Judge for Yourself! Could this airship fly? Whether it did or did not fly, it stands as a testament to one man's faith in God and Holy Scripture. Rev. Burrell Cannon was a visionary Baptist preacher, but was an accomplished engineer and held several patents relating to wind driven water pumps, windmills, etc. in a buy spade day and age without electricity. The design of this airship includes complicated but ingenious design features for propulsion and control of the craft which are marvels of engineering and mathematical calculations. While modern engineers may debate its ability to actually fly, it was certainly a very serious project in its day. Rev.

Cannon believed he was led by God to design and build the ship and God would insure its success. Here is how Rev. Cannon propelled and controlled the Craft:.

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