North America, United States of America, Great Plains
An ox yoke composed of a center iron ring attached to an iron loop which runs through a bolt with a washer and nut on the top. The yoke is of a light colored hardwood. Both of the ox bows are present. 131 cm (l) x 14 cm (w) x 60.5 cm (d). As per donor: "Used by Ed Stemler in freighting supplies from Cheyenne and Camp Carlin to Indian Agency, Dakota Territory, 1874."
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