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Photograph of a wooden sled called a "lizard" that is designed to haul rocks.
A Lizard is a crotch of timber or a forked limb used in place of a sled for hauling stone. This particular one was made by W.H. Warren to be pulled by hand or horse. It was used to haul rocks to create a rock fence.
110 film negative
Agriculture; Agricultural equipment; Sleds & sleighs; Farms; Farm life; Fencing; Fences
Cleburne County (Ark.)
MSNE.0083, Box 8, Folder 90, Item 1
Barney Sellers collection, MSNE.0083
Arkansas State Archives
Northeast Arkansas Regional Archives
W.H. Warren's "Lizard" used to haul rock, Barney Sellers collection, Northeast Arkansas Regional Archives, Powhatan, Arkansas.
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