Unloading sap at a maple sugar house in Boonville
Maple sugar house. Two men stand beside a wooden gathering tank on a specially built low wagon being pulled by a team of horses. The wagon is on a mound at the end of the sugarhouse so the sap can be unloaded downhill into the building’s storage tank. Photograph by James Fynmore. 1965. Boonville, NY. Courtesy of the Adirondack Experience.
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