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Mule shoe

Mule shoe

Description:

This is a rusted steel mule shoe. Doubtless dates from the period of the Gold Rush Traffic. The toe is raised a bit, indicating there may have been a toe there at some point but it has since worn down. Ends of the shoe are raised. This item is severely rusted all over.

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983.27.10

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Mule Shoe

Mule Shoe

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Shoe - wide in shape. Six nail holes are visible and it appears to be hand-forged. One nail is visible and is square headed. The surface is abraded and corroded. History unknown.

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989.40.11

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Ox Shoes

Ox Shoes

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Ox Shoes, like the more used set, these were dug up by Walker & Reid at the site of Port Pemberton. Conjectures about them are the same. These ox shoes less used than 983.27.16. Found ca. 1970 .

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983.27.17ab

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Sheep Shears

Sheep Shears

Description:

The steel shears are rusted. They were at the farm when Walker bought it from A.W. Spetch.

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983.27.38

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Set of Spurs

Set of Spurs

Description:

These rusted spurs Walker & Reid found with a metal detector and dug up at the Port Pemberton site. They are thought to belong to the period of the Gold Rush Traffic through this district. Item "b" (pictured right) has lost the rowel for spurring and the metal pieces that would help the spur fasten to the boot. Both articles are severely rusted.

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983.27.15ab

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