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"By Snowshoe, Buckboard and, Steamer. Woman of the frontier."

"By Snowshoe, Buckboard and, Steamer. Woman of the frontier."

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"By Snowshoe, Buckboard and, Steamer. Woman of the Frontier" by Katheryn Bridge. More recent copyright from 1998. Originally published in 1955.

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015.01.17

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Spats

Spats

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Felt spats that were fastened over tops of shoes and over bottoms of pants to keep out dirt. The body is grey felt. The top is edged in grey false leather. Four snaps on each spat. Leather straps attached to either side at bottom that would go under shoes. a) has tag inside "The York Spat finest all wool felt E&S Currie Limited".

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Accession #:

012.01.16ab

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Boot Jack

Boot Jack

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This shoe jack was used for removing tight fitting boots. It is an unpainted wooden stand with non-slip rubbery material. Leather guard in the "U" part of the jack and a leather thong for hanging. Condition is good.

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Accession #:

991.01.01

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Mule shoe

Mule shoe

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This is a mule shoe. It appears to have been handforged, from iron. It was modified with the addition of a raised toe to better fit the hoof of the animal.

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Accession #:

983.25.02

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Horseshoe

Horseshoe

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This is a horseshoe, made of metal with a toe and eight nail holes.

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013.21.53

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Women's Shoe Last

Women's Shoe Last

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This is a steel last for a woman's shoe that was used for repairing shoes. There is some rust, but it is still in very sound condition. Inscription on the side reads "HH - 8". There is some damage to the heel of the last and some of the metal is broken off.

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Accession #:

006.08.01

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Horseshoe

Horseshoe

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This is an iron horseshoe. It has two rims near the back of the arms of the horseshoe. This horseshoe is joined at the back by metal to complete a relatively square circle. Karl Friedstorm of Birken made the horseshoe. The unusual construction suggests the shoe was made for a horse with a problem hoof. It is in good condition but is rusted.

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Accession #:

986.13.01

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Shoe Trees

Shoe Trees

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These are spring shoe trees. One semi pear-shaped block attached to another smaller ova-shaped block by means of two metal bars which are adjustable. There by the front block is able to expand or decease in size.

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Accession #:

987.13.01ab

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Shoe Trees

Shoe Trees

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These are spring shoe trees. One semi pear shaped block attached to another egg shaped block by means of a long tin bar of metal. The shoe trees are in good condition.

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987.13.02ab

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Horseshoes

Horseshoes

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These are iron horseshoes with eight nail holes. History: according to the donor: "used on pole roads and camps, 1913 and used in the building of the P.G.E. Railway".

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986.24.02ab

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Shoe

Shoe

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Child's shoe found in basement of Wilson Farm. It is a small ballet slipper style of shoe, dark brown or black in colour with a stitched sole.

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013.07.01

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Shoemaker's Last

Shoemaker's Last

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This is a shoemaker's last. It has three steel lasts sticking out from a center square, each being a different size. Condition: this item appears in good shape with a minimal amount of rust. History: Mr. Jensen dug out the last on the property at Devine that belonged to a Mrs. Ross, property where the Weldwood cabin sits (or sat?).

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987.14.04

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mugs

mugs

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A set of mugs with two farmers on them. a. This mugs has a dark tan color with a farmer on it. The farmer is using a hoe, chewing on straw and wearing overalls. On the back of the mug it reads "©1976 DUNCAN CERAMIC PROD.IN". b. A light tan mug with a farmer on the front. the farmer is digging with his right foot on the shovel. he is chewing straw, wearing a large hat and overalls, and has a mouse beside him. On the back of the mug it reads "©1976 DUNCAN CERAMIC PROD.IN". These items belonged to Frances Decker of Pemberton B.C. These belonged to Andrea's mother who acquired them after someone in town was selling them as memorabilia.

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017.03.02ab

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Hoe

Hoe

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Hoe with rectangular metal head and wooden handle. Used by Milton and Mrs. Shantz in farm and garden work.

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Accession #:

012.28.01

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Hoe

Hoe

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Hoe. Head is triangular with one rounded side with a wooden handle.

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012.28.02

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