Before carpools, mothers, fathers, and children still got around (just more slowly). A look at how they did it then (think about Lucy 3 million years ago) to how they may be doing it in the future.
Before airplanes, ships like the Mayflower were the only way to get from Europe to the New World. Passengers on that vessel – which took two months in 1620 to get from England to Massachusetts -- included two pregnant women.
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