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CATTLE INDUSTRY AND TRADE - HISTORY

West Texas influence on the early cattle industry of Arizona

Author: 
J. A. Wilson
Article Date: 
July 1967
Language: 
English

Ups and downs of the early cattlemen

Author: 
M. E. Young
Article Date: 
May 1956
Language: 
English

The Hall murders

Author: 
Eve Ball
Article Date: 
January-February 1973
Language: 
English

The cattlemen's frontier in the Trans-Mississippi West, an annotated bibliography, Part 2

Author: 
Henry E. Fritz
Article Date: 
Summer 1972
Language: 
English

The cattlemen's frontier in the Trans-Mississippi West, an annotated bibliography, Part I

Author: 
Henry E. Fritz
Article Date: 
Spring 1972
Language: 
English

The "Old West" disappeared

Author: 
L Ernenwein
Article Abstract: 
Statehood brought fences and an end to the open range and roaming cattle of Territorial days
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Ernenwein, L. The "Old West" disappeared In Tucson Daily Citizen. Arizona statehood, 1912-1962. p.18. Statehood brought fences and an end to the open range and roaming cattle of Territorial days

Texan influence in nineteenth-century Arizona cattle ranching

Author: 
T.G.Jordan
Article Date: 
July 1975
Language: 
English

Our page

Author: 
Abbie Keith
Article Date: 
April 1972
Language: 
English

Nesters, rustlers and outlaws

Author: 
E.Coleman
Article Date: 
Autumn 1973
Language: 
English

Many problems confronted early-day cattle industry

Author: 
R.G.Willson
Article Date: 
September 10 1961
Language: 
English