2 edition of century of Texas cattle brands ... found in the catalog.
century of Texas cattle brands ...
Fair Publishing Company, Fort Worth, Tex.
|LC Classifications||SF101 .F3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 7-80 p.|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||36014880|
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A Century of Texas Cattle Brands. CARTER, Amon G. () - MOLYNEAUX, Peter () - REEVES, Frank, Sr. Published by Fort Worth, Texas: The Fair Publishing Company, .
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A Century of Texas Cattle Brands - With Brief Outline of Texas History, Sketch of Texas Cattle Industry, and Story of Cattle Brands Paperback – by Amon G. Carter (Foreword), Peter Molyneaux (Author), Frank Reeves (Author) & 0 moreAuthor: Peter Molyneaux, Frank Reeves.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fair Publishing Company. Century of Texas cattle brands. Fort Worth, Tex., Fair Pub. [©]. First Edition. This book contains a brief overview of Texas cattle brands as well as a large collection of example brands registered in Texas.
Published by The Fair Publishing Company Good Condition. Pen writing on back cover. Dirt stains on front cover. Heavy foxing throughout. In our Copperfield ions: Octavo ( x and 6 x ) Spine notes:. Texas brand book a century of texas cattle brands, copyright Cond very good Items in the Worthopedia® are obtained exclusively from licensors and partners solely for our members’ research needs.
Get this from a library. Century of Texas Cattle Brands with Brief Outline of Texas History, Sketch of Texas Cattle Industry and Story of Cattle Brands. [Frank Reeves, Sr.; Amon G Carter; Peter Molyneaux]. Texas Cattle Raisers' Association brand inspection book from the s, which recorded cattle's ear marks, brand, owner name, ranch name, and nearby post office.
Courtesy of the Bullock Texas State History Museum. Texas does not have a statewide brand registry database. Texas counties may have county-level brand archives. This website is a service to the livestock producers of Texas to learn about the brand century of Texas cattle brands.
book process and laws in this state. Brands must be registered in the county or counties in which you operate. Every 10 years, Texas requires. by Kathryn Siefker, Associate Curator of Exhibition Content A brand inspector working for the Texas Cattle Raisers Association in the early s recorded cattle brands from around the state in this brand inspection book.
The book’s well-worn hand-cut tabs have brands organized by common symbols like letters, numbers, and shapes. A total of oak planks (one for each Texas county) were placed on the walls of the staircase in Kleberg.
County Extension Agents, historical societies, and the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association board members nominated ranches based on their historical significance to place their brands on the wall. A Century Of Cattle Brands with a brief outline of Texas History, Sketch Of Texas Cattle Industry and story of cattle brands.
The book is from Cover shows heavy handling wear, but the interior is very good. The book is intact and odor free. Brands were, and continue to be, a critical element of the cattle industry unless –bonus fun fact!– you happen to have been 19th century Texas politician and rancher Samuel A.
Maverick, who Author: Jimmy Stamp. *Note appended below When 19th century Texas land baron Samuel Maverick flouted tradition by refusing to brand his cattle, he could not have known his name would come to represent everything from brassy independence to Tom Cruise to Alaskan politicking.
But his indifference toward the status quo soon gave unbranded cattle century of Texas cattle brands. book ranching land over the. At least for a while.
In the mids, cattle ranching was becoming big business in Texas and wealthy cattle barons like Charles Goodnight and Richard King were known from coast to coast. Not all the successful ranchers in Texas were dust-covered, mustachioed men, however. Lizzie Johnson, Molly Goodnight.
In there w, cattle and calves in Texas, with an inventory value of $ billion. Beef-cattle raising was the most widely distributed livestock enterprise in Texas.
Dairy cow numbers had declined. Cattle feeding rapidly developed in many areas of the state. The April USDA report showedcattle and calves on feed in. The years,etc., are renewal years.
By New Mexico State Statute, brands not renewed by October 31 are recorded as expired. It is unlawful to ship livestock displaying an expired brand. Brands may be registered for 3, 6, 9, or 12 years at a time.
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The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association traces back to As the largest and oldest livestock association in Texas, TSCRA represents more t beef cattle producers, ranching families and businesses who manage approximately 4 million head of cattle on million acres of range and pasture land, primarily in Texas and.
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California Brand Book, brand registration & inspection program protects cattle owners in California against loss of animals by theft, straying or misappropriation.
Bureau of Livestock Identification N Street Sacramento, California Physical Address Gateway Oaks Drive Sacramento, California Once you find the repository with the books you need, you can visit or submit a research request. You also may be able to find a book about brands in the state, such as the publication Texas Cattle Brands edited by Gus L.
Ford (Cockrell, out of print). Official Brand Book of the State of Wyoming, Showing All the Brands on Cattle, Horses, Mules, Asses and Sheep, Recorded under the Provisions of the Act Approved February 18th,and Other Brands Recorded up to October 11th, A Brand Book records all livestock brands registered with an organization.
In the U.S. most states have branding laws that require brands to be registered before use. This may be a state agency (usually affiliated with each state's Department of Agriculture) or a private association regulated by the states with such laws have a Brand Book for the entire state.
OFFICIAL BRAND BOOK OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA Brand Book Contains all the Livestock Brands on record in the State Office at the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry in Baton Rouge, Louisiana up to the Close of Business on Febru and as provided for in ParagraphChapter 7, of the Louisiana Revised Statutes of Instructions.
The California Brand Book is offered above in PDF file format. Blank Pages: Some sections of the Brand Book may contain an intentional blank ignore these and click through to the next page. To Search PDF Files: Use "Control + F" keys in combination and type in a word or partial word in the query "Enter" and the first occurrence of your.
Texas Panhandle; cattle brands; Library of Congress Subject Headings Cattle brands -- Texas -- Texas Panhandle. Printed maps -- 20th century -- Specimens. Texas Panhandle (Tex.) University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure. Reading Brands and Their Locations The white pages in this book contain the cattle and horse brands.
The tan pages contain the sheep and goat brands. Alternatives and E xemptions are listed in the tan section after sheep and goat brands. There is a name and/or brand title index in alphabetical order at the end of the book. Each cattle owner had to have a different brand, and each brand had to be registered in what undoubtedly was the first brand book in the Western Hemisphere, kept at Mexico City.
Soon after the Spaniards moved north into Texas and cattle raising developed on a large scale during the middle eighteenth century, the crown ordered the branding of. Making a Brand for Ourselves the "Cowboy" Way Grade Level(s) 3 - 5 Estimated Time.
30 - 60 minutes per activity Purpose. Students will explore cowboy culture and history and learn about 19th-century Texas cattle trails. Activities include writing cowboy poetry, mapping historic cattle trails, and creating cattle brands.
Materials. Livestock Identification Services Ltd. Midpark Way S.E. Calgary AB, Canada T2X 1J6 Toll Free: This is a research paper written by Russell F. White for an American History Class at Marfa High School on May 4, It covers the history of cattle branding and has many illustrations of brands in Texas that were used by ranches in Texas, including those of Indians and by: 1.
Brand book of the territory of New Mexico, showing all the brands on cattle, horses, mules and asses, re-recorded under the provisions of the act, approved February 16th,and other brands recorded since May 1st,up to December 31st, Brand Book Brand Search.
Leave all fields empty to search full list of brands. Brand Search. Leave all fields empty to search full list of brands. Brand Status Active Expired Search. Clear. Agency.
Nebraska Brand Committee P.O. Box 1 Alliance, NE () months, livestock which carry a brand or brands recorded in a recognized brand organization of any other state, shall be exempt from the provisions of K.S.A. and amendments thereto, for a period of 12 months.
Through registration of a livestock brand in the brands program, this means of identity continues to play a special part in the livestock industry and its history. Currently, the Brands Program maintains a brand registry of more t brands and assists with the market brand inspection program, which is performed by contract.
Late 19th Century Texas. This article relates to News of the World. Paulette Jiles' News of the World takes place in late 19th century Texas. Much of the state's land was untamed and rugged, but in this time between the end of the Reconstruction and the beginning of the Progressive Era, Texas changed and grew, as did much of the western frontier and the New South.
The Online Books Page. presents serial archive listings for. Colorado Brand Book. Colorado Brand Book is a periodic record of livestock brands registered with the Colorado state livestock agency. Publication History. Colorado Brand Book goes back at least as far as the early s.
No copyright renewals have been found for this publication. Cowboys have branded cattle in Texas since it was a Spanish colony. Early Texan colonists used initials, numbers or pictures on their brands.
Brands were used to mark ownership of livestock. Ranchers could claim any non-branded livestock found on their property. Texas counties began registering brands in the days of the Republic.
The Nebraska Brand Committee was created by the Legislature in to inspect cattle and investigate missing and/or stolen cattle. It is a self-supporting cash fund agency.
Its operating funds come solely from fees collected for brand recordings, brand inspections and registered feedlots and dairies. The brand must be researched and then posted in the public notice of proposed brands by the Department for thirty (30) days in accordance with Arizona Brand Laws.
If no protest is filed during this period, and the appropriate fees are paid, the brand is recorded and an original copy of the brand record is mailed to the brand owner.Official brand book of the state of Wyoming, showing all the brands on cattle, horses, mules, asses and sheep, recorded under the provisions of the act approved.Inchanges to the brand law made cryo-branding or freeze-branding legal and gives it the same status as hot-iron branding.
Freeze branding shows up well on dark-colored livestock. The fees for registering a brand are as follows: Registration fee: $ Maintenance fee: $ Copy of Brand Book: $ Transfer fee: $