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Transportation and Communication - Wagons
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Ref Number
R-A1034-2
Item Date
1913


Oxen hauling a wagon on the farm.


"Red river carts were of limited use on the farm. Once settlers arrived, wagons were the most common means of hauling supplies and doing work around the farm."

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R-A1034-2
Media Type:
photograph
Keywords:
Wagons; Oxen


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Image Preview R-A1034-2 Photograph 01 - Oxen hauling a wagon on the farm.
Image Preview R-A23118 Photograph 02 - Taking a lunch break in the shade of a wagon.
Image Preview R-A5039 Photograph 03 - "At the Punnichy fair in 1912, this farmer showed off his prize winning Clydesdale horses pulling a 'bain' wagon."
Image Preview S-B1167 Photograph 04 - Crossing the Copeau River with a horse-drawn wagon.
Image Preview R-B145 Photograph 05 - A three decker grain wagon with a spring seat drawn by a team of Percheron horses.
Image Preview R-A7234 Photograph 06 - Unloading lumber from a boxcar onto a dray wagon.
Image Preview R-A7714 Photograph 07 - A team consisting of a horse and steer pull a wagon full of supplies in Biggar.
Image Preview R-B1946 Photograph 08 - A delivery wagon in front of Waverley House in Lipton.
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