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Cattle -- Nevada

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Max C. Fleischmann College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station Records

 Collection
Identifier: AC 0239
Abstract This collections contains records of the Agricultural Experiment Station and agricultural issues. The majority of the collection is Experiment Station material. Included are annual reports, 1925-1949, and discontinued projects, 1953 - 1966. These records document the progress and results of various projects, the results of the research, and publication.

University of Nevada Cooperative Extension Cattlemen's Update Records

 Collection
Identifier: AC 0545
Abstract The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension Cattlemen's Update Records consist of brochures, correspondence, newspaper clippings, press releases, public service announcements, and the program for Cattlemen's Update 2001: Putting Progress into Practice.

Economic Use and Administration of Range Resources of Northeastern Nevada

 Collection
Identifier: 88-22
Abstract Sections of a major report for the cooperating agencies of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Farm Credit Administration, and the Agricultural Experimental Service of the University of Nevada.

Letter About the Humboldt Sink

 Collection
Identifier: NC1321
Overview Letter written Q. R. Nistington regarding moving 590 head of cattle from Murphy's Station, Nevada through the Humboldt Sink to Ragtown, Nevada in November 1876.

Deeds to various property of Richard Kirman

 Collection
Identifier: 97-47
Abstract Includes deeds and purchase agreements for extensive amounts of cattle and land by Kirman in Humboldt, Douglas, and White Pine counties, Nevada; and tax assessments on portions of Kirman's holdings.

Sparks Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 2015-24
Overview John Sparks was a native of Mississippi that made his fortune in the cattle business and banking in Texas and Wyoming Territory after the Civil War. He married Nancy Elnora Knight in 1880 and moved to Elko County, Nevada where he continued cattle ranching operations. In 1902, Sparks became the 10th governor of Nevada, but passed away while in office during his second term in May 1908. Sparks was survived by his wife and four children: Maud Sparks McKenzie, Benton Hackett Sparks, Charles M....