"It's a pea huller, not a sheller."
“That belonged to my granddaddy.” His name was Wesley Adams, who lived in the Piney Chapel community. “I never used it. My daddy used it a lot. My granddaddy bought it new in either 1924 or 1927. Daddy couldn’t remember which year, but it was one of those two years. I’ve kept it in the family, and there it is. It’s never been restored or nothing like that. It’s just been repaired when something broke on it. It’ll work right now. It’ll run off a tractor PTO, or it’ll hand crank."
August 2, 2014
Piney Chapel Antique Engine and Tractor Show