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Title Prose and poetry of the live stock industry of the United States. With outlines of the origin and ancient history of our live stock animals…
Date 1905
Document Type Rare Book
Names Carson, Christopher Houston; Kit Carson
Region Mexico; New Mexico; Virginia; New York; Pennsylvania; Georgia; Canada; Tennessee; Texas; Oregon; Wyoming; Idaho; Nebraska; Montana; The Dakotas; Colorado; Nevada; Arizona; Oklahoma; Kansas; Ohio
Places Dodge City, Abilene, Wichita, Hays City, Coffeyville, Great Bend City, Newton, Cheyenne, Miles City, Delaware, Mississippi River
Keywords livestock, cattle, migrant, settlement, horses, buffalo, Native Americans, Sioux, hunting, Louisiana Purchase, Mormons, Mormon Exodus, war, Civil War, Navaho, army, business, Northern Pacific Railroad, Santa Fé Trail, cowboy, open range, ranch, brand marks, branding, rustlers, sheep, Indian Territory, weather, wildlife, trail, cowtown
Theme Cattle Ranchers, Grazing and Trails; Military Encounters
Publisher National Live Stock Historical Association
Place of Publication Denver
Additional Information From the Colton Storm catalogue: "Published in 1905. Biographies of big cowmen and history based on genuine research. The introduction, signed by James W. Freeman, states that the "historical sections of this volume were written by Jerome C. Smiley, of Denver, Colorado,..." Only the first volume (of three planned) was published."
Library The Newberry Library
Copyright The Newberry Library
Collection Everett D. Graff Collection of Western Americana
Reference Graff 1412
Catalogue Link The Newberry Library Catalogue