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Transportation and Communication - Buggies
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Ref Number
R-A1034-1
Item Date
1913


Using an ox to pull a buggy on a country road.


"While wagons were equivalent to trucks, it was the buggy that offered the settler a little more mobility and comfort. Built in different styles and pulled by a variety of livestock the buggy was equally at home on the farm, rural roads, and in the city."

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R-A1034-1
Media Type:
photograph
Keywords:
Buggies; Oxen


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Image Preview R-A2306 Photograph 01 - A homesteader's home and buggies used for travel.
Image Preview R-A8279-3 Photograph 02 - On the way to town in the Duck Lake district.
Image Preview R-A1034-1 Photograph 03 - Using an ox to pull a buggy on a country road.
Image Preview R-A2128 Photograph 04 - Crossing the wooden bridge at Battleford.
Image Preview R-B3299-2 Photograph 05 - "Within cities, a carriage horse and buggy were often signs of wealth."
Image Preview R-A4337 Photograph 06 - A prize winning horse was used to pull this buggy in Prince Albert.
Image Preview R-A4472 Photograph 07 - Shopping in Shellbrook.
Image Preview R-A8215 Photograph 08 - A team of cattle pulling a buggy.
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