In terms old old western lore, what is the difference between a wagon and a buckboard?
Well, as I'm UK not US, this is a guess:
Buckboard is an open 4 wheeled carriage and I think has flexible seating between axles; a wagon is covered and is more rigid to give strength for carrying large loads over longer distances.
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