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This horse-drawn school wagon, often called a hack, was one of two 1903 Studebaker wagons owned by the Oak Mound School north of Moorhead. This hack was restored by Einar Anderson of Oakport Township, who is pictured, and is now on display at Bonanzaville in West Fargo. Special to The Forum

Neighbors: Students rode hacks before the school bus

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Here’s another picture of the old horse-drawn school wagons often called hacks.

It’s one of the two 1903 Studebaker wagons owned by the Oak Mound School north of Moorhead.

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