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Transportation and Communication - Trucks
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R-B7327
Item Date
1921


The automobile age caused significant changes in prairie towns and cities as they grew to accommodate the new means of transportation.


The automobile age caused significant changes in prairie towns and cities as they grew to accommodate the new means of transportation. Trucks now did the work that horses and wagons had done and gas stations would become a fixture. Farm life changed dramatically with the introduction of trucks.

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R-B7327
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Keywords:
Moose Jaw; Service Stations; Trucks


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Image Preview R-B7327 Photograph 01 - The automobile age caused significant changes in prairie towns and cities as they grew to accommodate the new means of t
Image Preview R-A2737 Photograph 02 - Carrying a load of wire for construction of a power line between Moose Jaw and Regina.
Image Preview R-A6857 Photograph 03 - An early roadster with a box over the rear wheels.
Image Preview R-A9670 Photograph 04 - Forestry Service workers in the Fort a la Corne forest reserve used a truck and car in their work.
Image Preview R-A19509 Photograph 05 - Trucks were now the work horse on the farm.
Image Preview R-B4507-2 Photograph 06 - Taking a load of pigs to market from his farm at Bradwell.
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