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History of the cattle industry in southern Arizona, 1540-1940.

Jay J. Wagoner

History of the cattle industry in southern Arizona, 1540-1940.

by Jay J. Wagoner

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Published by University of Arizona in Tucson .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Arizona.
    • Subjects:
    • Cattle trade -- Arizona,
    • Animal industry -- Arizona

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesThe cattle industry in southern Arizona, 1540-1940.
      SeriesArizona. University. Bulletin,, v. 23, no. 2. Social science bulletin, no. 20
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9433.U5 A78
      The Physical Object
      Pagination132 p.
      Number of Pages132
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6128124M
      LC Control Number52062681
      OCLC/WorldCa1811652

      Through seeding and subsequent spread, Lehmann lovegrass Eragrostis lehmanniana Nees. has transformed the structure and function of at least ha of semi-desert grassland in southern Arizona since its introduction in Our study of its spread on the Santa Rita Experimental Range since showed that by it was present on >85% of 75 relatively widely dispersed non-seeded Cited by: This is a summary report of The Contribution of the Beef Industry to the Arizona Economy. It includes a beef industry profile for the state of Arizona and as well as for each of Arizona’s 15 counties. These profiles report the contribution of the beef industry to the local economy, a summary of cattle ranching activities in the region, and a.

      Arizona Cattle Industry Research & Education Foundation (ACIF) Founded in , ACIF, has supported Arizona's cattle industry. Devoted to carrying out exclusively scientific, charitable and educational purposes for the benefit of and in connection with the Arizona Cattle Growers Association. If you enjoy time-traveling as much as we do, we suggest you visit some of Southern Arizona's historic ranches that have been preserved. They date from our state's Territorial Period ( - ). Here are a few of our favorite ranches. Some are owned by the State of Arizona. Some Continue reading.

      Texas, southern Arizona, and south- ern California. Feeder cattle in west Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. Grass cattle from south Texas, southern California, and the irri- gated pastures of Arizona. Fat yearlings produced on the farms of central Texas. In discussing the three breeds assigned. J. J. Wagoner, “History of the Cattle Industry in Southern Arizona, ,” University of Arizona Bulletin (): [14] Jay J. Wagoner, Arizona Territory A Political History, (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, ),


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History of the cattle industry in southern Arizona, (Arizona. University. Bulletin) [Wagoner, Jay J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. History of the cattle industry in southern Arizona, (Arizona. University. Bulletin). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wagoner, Jay J., History of the cattle industry in southern Arizona, Tucson, University of Arizona, Haskett, Bert, "Early History of the Cattle Industry in Arizona," Arizona Historical Review, VI (), p.

Hinton, Richard J., The Hand-Book of Arizona (San Francisco, ). "History of the Cattle Industry in Southern Arizona, ," University of Arizona Bulletin, XXIII (April ). GPO The Sierra Bonita. Even prior to this event, Texan ranchers had been driving cattle through southern Arizona to supply the California Gold Rush of and they put forth the first land claims as early as in the Santa Cruz River Valley, on the eastern border of the modern Tohono O’odham Nation.

Indeed, the history of cattle ranching in Arizona spans more than years, and while it has experienced periods of boom and bust, today it remains an important part of the state’s economy.

Arizona’s Ranching History. Cattle ranching in Arizona dates back as far aswhen the first cows were introduced to the region by Spanish settlers. History of the Cattle Industry in the Southwest After the Texan Revolution, "cowboys" gathered herds of wild cattle and drove them to the interior and to New Orleans in It is reported that a drove was taken into Missouri at the same date Unbranded cattle found at large were declared public.

However, Arizona’s cattle industry owes much of its success to Walter L. Vail and Empire Ranch. Located in Las Cienegas, Empire Ranch traversed over miles during its most profitable point.

Vail and his partners were able to remain in operation through disputes with local Apaches, the Arizona silver rush, and personal differences of opinion. The Texas State Historical Association Quarterly Report includes "Papers read at the meetings of the Association, and such other contributions as may be accepted by the Committee" (volume 1, number 1).

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Frantz. The cattle industry in the United States in the nineteenth century due to the young nation’s abundant land, wide-open spaces, and rapid development of railroad lines to transport the beef from western ranches to population centers in the Midwest and the East Coast.

It’s been often said that Wyoming’s cattle industry started by accident. That’s a bit of stretch, actually. As the tale goes, Seth Ward, a sutler to Fort Laramie, left cattle out to graze the open range in the winter of along Chugwater Creek north of what is now expected to.

The Arizona cattle industry research and education foundation organizes, funds, and conducts public education and research programs regarding the cattle industry in Arizona. During the tax year 19 students were provided scholarships awards totaling $26, Additionally, the organization conducted a fundraising event during the tax year.

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Early Arizona: Prehistory to Civil War. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. Weber, David The Mexican Frontier, The American Southwest Under Mexico. A.P.K. Safford, The Territory of Arizona: A Brief History and Summary of the Territory's Acquisition, Organization, and Mineral, Agricultural and Grazing Resources; Embracing a Review of Its Indian Tribes - Their Depredations and Subjugation; and Showing in Brief the Present Condition and Prospects of the Territory (Tucson: The Arizona Citizen, ), ; Wagoner, "History of the Cattle Industry in.

Arizona's beef industry manages more than 71 percent of the state’s cattle and calf inventory. Grazing is the dominant land use in Arizona, making up 73 percent of Arizona’s total land area and approximately 98 percent of Arizona’s total agricultural land, with cropland accounting for the remaining 2 percent of agricultural land.

The Chiricahua Cattle Company. One of the most revered names in the history of the cattle industry in Arizona is the Chiricahua Cattle Company or, as it was known by its brand, the CCC Outfit. Incorporated in the Spring ofthe ranch was the result of a consolidation of smaller ranchers in the Sulphur Springs Valley in Cochise County.

The origin of the cattle industry is the cattle trails because after the Civil War the North was lacking cattle and in the South they were all over the place so people gathered them up and took.

of agriculture and its contributions to the citizens and the state of Arizona cannot be overlooked. Agriculture is estimated to be a $ billion industry, resulting in the creation ofjobs.

Representing three of Arizona’s “5 C’s” – cattle, citrus and cotton – agriculture is a fountain of economic. cattlemen's frontier. In this second part he includes the significant books and articles which were published during the years, Wagoner, J.

History of the Cattle Industry in Southern Arizona, University of Arizona Bulletin (), pp. Wagoner traces the growth of ranching south of the Gila River from the.

crossing Arizona in the late s and early s, exterminated wild cattle from southern Arizona. Southern Arizona Following the Gadsden Purchase inAmerican cattlemen tried “to make a go of it” in Arizona.

ut continued Apache depredations and the outbreak of File Size: KB. Southern Arizona has a vibrant local history. It starts in pre-history ab years ago with Clovis man and Woolly Mammoths, evidence of which is now found in the San Pedro River Nature Conservation Area.

Then, years ago, Coronado's Spanish Conquistadors came in search of gold. Along their route they met many Native Americans, whose ancestors, including the Hohokam, lived here for.Arizona Livestock Officer History •Ma –a 3-member Territorial Livestock Sanitary Commission was created to include a Territorial Veterinarian •Ma –Livestock Officers were appointed •Ma –brand owners required to register their brands • –all county livestock brands transferred to the Territorial LivestockFile Size: 2MB.Jay J.

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