Abel Prasad’s History Lesson – W H Richardson

The baby carriage was invented in 1733 by English architect William Kent. It was designed for the 3rd Duke of Devonshire’s children and was basically a child’s version of a horse-drawn carriage. The invention would become popular with upper-class families. With the original design, the baby or child was seated on a shell-shaped basket atop a wheeled carriage.Continue reading “Abel Prasad’s History Lesson – W H Richardson”

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