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Memorandum of an agreement between Evan Shelby and Adam Hoops

Fresh advices from the American army. Camp at Cambridge, May 28, 1775. Yesterday a party from the United American army was ordered to take the cattle, hay, &c. from Noddle's and Hog Islands ... [Providence] Printed by J. Carter. [1775].

Commissary General's Office. Philadelphia. Oct. 10. The farmers and others are desired and required to bring in and deliver at His Majesty's magazines in this City, what cattle, sheep, and forage they can spare, for which they will be paid at th

Commissary General's Office. Philadelphia. Oct. 10. The farmers and others are desired and required to bring in and deliver at His Majesty's magazines in this City, what cattle, sheep, and forage they can spare, for which they will be paid at th

Day book and ledger page containing a record of slave births and livestock accounts

For sale. The quantity of 389,565 acres of farm lands, in sixty adjoining and adjacent tracts, fit for wheat, rye and other grain, cattle, tobacco and cotton. These lands (except one tract) are situated in the county of Rutherford, District of M

Bond made between Phillip Thurman, Richard Thurman, and Joseph Bledsoe

[Croptime - cutting pieces of cane - cattle feeding in stubble]

Frontispiece / Howitt.

Guann's near Fort - Swift, Brooklyn / J.R. Smith, fecit., 1817.

The great Rohan & the cattle market

[Farmer with scythe walking down road after livestock]

[Landscape with cattle]

Prize fat cattle

U.S. Agricultural Fair, Powelton, near Philadelphia - The cattle stands

[Driving in cows]

Repose

Campaign sketches. Foraging / Homer.

Army beef swimming the Occoquan River, Virginia / sketched by Mr. A.R. Waud. The Battle at Milliken's Bend / sketched by Mr. Theodore R. Davis.

[Soldiers herding cattle and pigs with Union army supply wagons in background]

[Cowboy horseback riding by cattle ranch]

By-law. The following by-law adopted by the inhabitants of the town of Reading, April 12, 1864 ... is hereby published ... Voted: That no cattle or other animals, shall be pastured either with or without a keeper, upon any of the public streets

To Andrew Johnson, Vice-President of the United States of America [regarding cattle plague] Albany 1865.

Bazarnye tipy

Invasion of Maryland, 1864 - Rebels driving off cattle and plunder taken from farmers

Cattle driving in the streets - who cares for old women and small children? / Bghs.

Branding cattle on the prairies of Texas - mirage in the background / from a sketch by James E. Taylor.

[Calf gamboling]

Parcs a bestiaux (cattle yard) [A view of the Chicago stockyards]

[Dominican Republic, 1871]: Method of equestrian travel on cattle and mules, and mode of washing

Cattle raid on the Texas border

U.S. Reports: Decatur Bank v. St. Louis Bank, 88 U.S. (21 Wall.) 294 (1875)

Cattle Raid on the Texas Border

The Texas cattle trade. Cutting out / drawn by Frenzeny and Tavernier.

Seth Norwood & Co. Manufacturers of fine shoes, Beverly, Mass.

"Testing" Clark's O.N.T. spool cotton

Devil's Lake, Wis., Hopkin's jerseys

Baraboo River near Ableman's

Winona from bluffs west of city

The frog and the ox

["Solid South" tiger standing over "the spoils" dead deer while "mugwump" donkey, "labor vote" ox, and "prohibitionist" bird look on]

Cow pasture, Mt. Clemens

Democracy's wild steer

Cow pasture, Mt. Clemens

Gordon's food for horses & cattle

Musk cattle killed on Mt. Cartmel, Aug. 1881

[Landscape with cattle]

[Cattle fording a river]

East Custer County, Nebraska

Cattle on the Middle Loup River on the Cal Snyder Ranch, Milburn, Custer County, Nebraska

Stephen Leep, near Jefferson, Custer County, Nebraska.

Lanterman, south of Broken Bow, Custer County, Nebraska.

Scott Hannah, bachelor at Dale, Custer County, Nebraska.

[Robot cow walking up ship plank]

"Nebraska Gothic," the John Curry sod house near West Union, Nebraska

Farm scene, New Helena, Custer County, Nebraska.

Chrisman cattle on Lillian Creek north of Broken Bow, Nebraska.

James Ash at Gates, Custer County, Nebraska.

Livestock, east Custer County, Nebraska.

Ira Sturdevant, Gates, Custer County, Nebraska.

Custer County, Nebraska.

Clark Miller, old mill and mill pond at Westerville, Custer County, Nebraska

Westerville, Custer County, Nebraska

Sargent, Custer County, Nebraska.

Emigrants at the Gates P.O., Custer County

James Milburn and family, Milburn, Custer County, Nebraska.

Harvey Andrews and family herding their livestock in Cedar Canyon on Victoria Creek, near New Helena, Nebraska.

Mr. Davis on Clear Creek near the Mitchell Ranch, Custer County, Nebraska.

Mike Shroat, Jefferson, Custer County, Nebraska.

E.E. Carson, Old Genet Post Office on the Middle Loup River, West of the old Jefferson Post Office, Custer County, Nebraska.

William Abernathy Cummings, Cummings Park, Custer County, Nebraska.

[Letter from J. A. Cooper, President Colorado cattle growers' association Denver, Colo. Dec. 23, 1886 to the senators and representatives in congress assembled.]

The Consolidated cattle growers' association of the United States. Office of Secretary. Chicago, December 29, 1886. To members of the Senate and House of representatives, Washington, D. C.

Chetron family in front of their sod house, West Union, Custer County, Nebraska.

Laulerman(?) Family, northeast Custer County, Nebraska.

Willis Dye, near Woods Park, Custer County, Nebraska.

Family in front of sod house in east Custer County, Nebraska.

William Luse, who lived near Lone Tree on Rose Island when this picture was taken

Family standing in cornfield in front of their farm buildings and sod house.

Mort Burger, near Genet Post Office, Custer County, Nebraska.

S.W. Leep, Milburn, Custer County, Nebraska.

"In the Garden" Near Anselmo, Custer County, Nebraska.

George Garrison farm

Willis Dye, near Woods Park, Custer County, Nebraska.

The David Garrison family in front of their house in Custer County, Nebraska,

The dummy at work

Thomas W. Smith, an early settler on the north side of the Middle Loup River, near Walworth, Nebraska

"Working at the Cattle Ranch" East Custer County, Nebraska.

Family with livestock near New Helena, Custer County, Nebraska.

W. Keys, north of West Union, Custer County, Nebraska.

Mrs. Debusk, West Union, Nebraska

Ike Winthrow, east Custer County, Nebraska.

J. Kimes farm, West Union, Nebraska, Custer County, Nebraska.

W.R. Swan, near Genet Post Office, Custer County, Nebraska.

The "queen of cattle": the "champion steer"

Feeding cattle on a farm near Ansley, Nebraska

First gun of the campaign. Judge Jordan's address at Lebanon - railroad robbers, cattle thieves and land sharks, the offspring of republican rule. [Address delivered at Lebanon, Aug. 5, 1886].

Jack Roath Ranch, northwest of West Union, Nebraska.

Chetron family in front of their sod house, West Union, Custer County, Nebraska.

Ben Greible feeding cattle, Old Jefferson, Custer County.