G.W. Elliott & Son

A 25 and 40 horsepower model were shown in 1913, but the 1914 line only included a 5-12 horsepower size and a 10-20. Both sizes used a four-cylinder engine. The 1916 line included the Dakota No. 1 rated as a 7-10. The Dakota No, 2 carried a 14-18 horsepower rating.

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George Washington Elliott, founder of G. W. Elliott & Sons was a minister and inventor of the “Dakota” tractor offered in 1913. Little information is available about this company.


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