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in the olden days dairy cows where milked by hand, the way they did this was by squeezing the teats really gently and the milk will come out. Another fact is that milk wasnt transported my trucks it was transpoted by hotse's and buggys.
The 'olden days' dip-pen was made from bird's flight feathers - geese, ducks, usually. The tip that once went into the bird's skin, was cut in such a way as to form a nib.
1. when kids were naughty in the olden days they got hit with a cane. newer days kids get detention 2. most schools dont have uniforms today all had uniforms in the olden days 3. school was really strict in olden days (slouching/eating/talking/work/neatness) stuff like that. today school is way laid back
In the olden days, the sun was used for things the way it is used today. The sun was used to grow crops, dry things, and provide warmth. The sun was also used as a crude method of keeping time when it was striking a sundial.
The same way the new ones do, just slower, smaller hard drives and heavier
It depends on what you mean by 'olden days' - ancient peoples had to have most messages hand-delivered, often over hundreds of miles. In some cultures, carrier pigeons would be used to send and receive letters. In this county, native Americans might use smoke signals in a way similar to Morse code; later there was the Pony Express, then the teletype (telegram); and finally modern phones and digital communication - just like this!
Most horse breeds looked the same way they do now, but they tended to be smaller in height.
Yes, television is part of telecommunication. In the olden days, radio was patently part of telecommunication. Television when it came, circa 1960s, was then relatively a new and modern form of communication. Thus, it actually took the place of radio but in a more graphic and modernistic way.
Most drums are still used exactly the same way they were used in ancient times in festivals, music, communication and battle marches. The differences between then and now are that the variety of drums have increased and most were incorporated into modern day music.
In the olden days, women used to button up their husband's shirt. This way, they will be buttoning with the same movement.
You mean when they sit down on a chair?? I suppose it's just because of the the polit lady-like way back in the olden days.
His voice, the piano and the drums.