By Andrew BurtonThe Smithsonian is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, and the organization’s National Paint Museum is turning its sights to the cars and homes that have shaped American history. 

American paint markers were used by millions of Americans in the late 19th century and early 20th century, as paint was used to repair cars and paint houses.

They were created as a result of the invention of the gas engine, which created the need to produce a light and durable paint for vehicles, such as cars and motorcycles. 

The first American paint marker was created in a workshop in New York in 1882, according to the National Paint History and Museum website.

It was named the “American Paint Horse,” after the horse who was used in the production of the paint.

The horse’s name was changed to the “Swiss Coffee Paint” to match its use in a coffee house, which was known for its unique flavor.

The paint used in those early markers was also used in automobiles, which is why the National Museum of American History says that in a “small way, they also represented the beginning of the modern automobile era.” 

The paint was originally applied using a liquid-based paint that was then heated, and then dripped onto a piece of metal or wood, where it was painted. 

Americans also used this process to coat furniture, which can be found in many homes, and many people would wash the painted surfaces, then wash them again with a cleaner. 

During the war, the United States Army used American paint markers to paint their own vehicles, which were painted with a white color, but were not used for anything else. 

However, during World War II, the American paint horse was painted with white, which gave the US military the color of its own vehicles. 

For decades, it was thought that Americans did not use paint markers, which are now called “biochromatic” paint.

However, in the 1940s and 1950s, it became known that the US had painted some vehicles in biochromic paint, which uses the same pigment that the United Kingdom uses to paint its military vehicles.

In addition to the biochromatic paint, there are a few other ways that Americans used paint markers. 

They used them to make their own furniture and in the case of the American painter who painted the first airplane, he also painted the interior of the airplane, which he used to make airplanes.

In the late 20th and early 21st centuries, American paint was also applied to paint the exterior of cars. 

In the early 1960s and 1970s, paint was sprayed on the front of a Cadillac.

This was done by a man named John F. Kennedy. 

Another man, John L. “Bud” Baker, was responsible for the design of the Lincoln Continental and later, the Cadillac. 

John L. Baker, the owner of the Lincolns, owned and operated a small business in Kansas City, Missouri called Baker’s Paint Works. 

Baker’s Paint works had a small paint shop and paint-making facility in Kansas, which employed two people. 

On August 5, 1978, the Linsanity car exploded in a Kansas City suburb.

The explosion was caused by a fuel line exploding in the paintwork. 

When the explosion occurred, the building was on fire, and several people were injured. 

One of the victims, Thomas S. Jones, had a serious head injury and died at the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. 

A police officer, Ronald J. P. Stacey, had also been injured and later died in the fire. 

Later, an investigation into the accident was launched. 

After the investigation was completed, the state of Kansas passed laws that made it illegal to sell or distribute paint for paint markers in the state. 

These laws were later overturned in 2005, however, and in 2009, the laws were amended to allow paint markers made in the US. 

Although this was a great step forward, the current law still allows for people to sell paint markers at retail. 

Despite this, a lawsuit filed in 2010 by the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas, against Baker’s owner, Thomas Baker, alleged that Baker was responsible “for the intentional destruction of thousands of cars and hundreds of buildings and the unlawful removal and damage of thousands more.” 

In 2014, the Kansas Supreme Court ruled that the laws regarding paint markers had to be upheld in order for them to be amended. 

While this ruling was overturned in 2014, there were some changes to the law that will allow people to apply biochromics to paint for other purposes. 

According to the US Department of Justice, biochromatics are chemicals that contain organic pigments that are “organic and derived from natural substances, such like algae, or from naturally occurring plant or animal compounds, such the dyes used in traditional painting