Consider these text features from chapter 1 of wheels of change by sue macy. as the demand for bicycles grew in the 1890s, so did the demand for accessories—such as bells, locks, and lamps—and repairs. this photograph shows the joseph h. ferodowill bicycle repair shop in st. paul, minnesota, in 1899. this photo and caption enhance the book’s information about .
"wheels of change" tells the story of the impact of the bicycle on women´s lives from 1870´s to the early years of the 20th century. It tells the stories of women who rode bicycles for fun, for profit, and to make a statement about women´s rights or women roles in the world. Illustrated liberally with photographs, maps, advertisements and cartoons, as well as contemporary songs, poems and newspaper clippings, the book helps readers travel to a time gone by to see firsthand how women used the bicycle as a vehicle to improve their lives.
can you copy and paste what selections you read? the answer is based off of that.