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Excerpt from The Annals of Iowa, 1903-5, Vol. 6: A Historical Quarterly

At last we were over. Gwine to the Ioway settlement? We would be asked. Yes; whar mought the trail be? In response. Leadin' out 'twixt them big bluffs, thar, point ing the way a mile from the river. The I... Læs mere

Excerpt from The Annals of Iowa, 1903-5, Vol. 6: A Historical Quarterly

At last we were over. Gwine to the Ioway settlement? We would be aske... Læs mere

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Excerpt from The Annals of Iowa, 1903-5, Vol. 6: A Historical Quarterly

At last we were over. Gwine to the Ioway settlement? We would be asked. Yes; whar mought the trail be? In response. Leadin' out 'twixt them big bluffs, thar, point ing the way a mile from the river. The Iowa settlement was then but a small part of our present State, and still a part'of Wisconsin Territory.

As the boat came to the shore on its different trips, men and boys would be busy reloading the wagons. Axel trees were tarred, linchpins carefully adjusted; feath er beds, blankets, pots and Skillets, the axes and ri¿es loaded in. These were indispensable, and there were few other things so considered, and really few other things to care for. Dick and Buck, the patient, faith ful oxen, were yoked and hitched to the four-wheeled wagon, and Jule, an old blind mare, was hitched to the pint of the tongue. This wagon had a bed with over-jets above the wheels, and hand-shaved bows, with cover, making a roomy and comfortable conveyance. The women were in supreme possession of this wagon, with a man or boy to drive. Bright and Berry, the second yoke, drew the two-wheeled cart, and in it were the few rude farming tools, and what riding was done by any boy large enough to keep pace afoot with an ox, was on this cart. None of the time were all riding, and some of the time all walked.

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