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Mr. Jackson's Amazing, Mysterious Machine - March/April 1998

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The article "Mr. Jackson's Amazing, Mysterious Machine" appeared in the March/April 1998 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
In our never-ending quest to bring our readers information about he unusual, the unique and-dare we say it?-the bizarre, the Addendum Staff has traveled for this issue to the wilds of Darkest Tennessee and the Museum of Appalachia. This museum of Appalachian fold art, crafts and history is located in Norris, TN, about 16 miles north of Knoxville. Among the 250,000 items collected by the museum's founder, John Rice Irwin, is a "thing," a "contraption," an "objet trouve"; to wit, Asa Jackson's mysterious machine.

Keywords
Asa Jackson, museums, perpetual motion

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