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Silent Sioux
Silent Sioux Automobile Manufacturing Co.
Sioux Falls, SD

Silent Sioux Automobile Manufacturing Co.
Waukesha, WI

Silent Sioux Auto Mfg. Co.
Milwaukee, WI

Thomas Fawick was the designer of the Silent Sioux and the 1910 Fawick-Flyer.

In 1908 George W. Burnside, R. J. Wells, B. S. Wells and Thomas Fawick formed a stock company (Silent Sioux Automobile Manufacturing Co.) at Sioux Falls, SD with a capital stock of $100,000 to manufacture the "Silent Sioux" a two cylinder American Automobile.

In December of 1909 The Silent Sioux Automobile Manufacturing Co. moved to Waukesha, Wisconsin and occupied the factory formerly used by the Waukesha Motor Company. R. J. Wells, an attorney of Sioux Falls, SD is president of the company and Thomas L. Fawick was general manager and designer. The car to be manufactured, which is to be known as the "Silent Sioux," is a five passenger touring car, rated at 40 horse power, and is to sell at $3,000. It had been built at Sioux Falls, SD in 1908 and early 1909. The Waukesha motor was used in the Silent Sioux.

By 1910 all indications are that The Silent Sioux Automobile Manufacturing Co. reorginazed and moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In addition Thomas L. Fawick left the company to produce the Fawick-Flyer in Sioux Falls, SD

We are looking for Silent Sioux automobile photographs or vintage Silent Sioux advertising for this web page. In the mean time enjoy this Patriot Truck ad from a vintage 1919 magazine.

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