Dougherty wagon

Dougherty wagon

[daw-er-tee, dah-, dawr-uh-, dahr-uh-]
noun
a horse- or mule-drawn passenger wagon having doors on the side, transverse seats, and canvas sides that can be rolled down.

Origin:
1900–05, Americanism; origin obscure

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