Cattle -- Nevada
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Letter written by Q. R. Nistington regarding moving 590 head of cattle from Murphy's Station, Nevada through the Humboldt Sink to Ragtown, Nevada in November 1876.
Richard Kirman (d. 1897) was father of Nevada governor Richard Kirman and owner of large amounts of land and cattle in Nevada, centered in the Jack's Valley region and in Antelope Valley, California. 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. Material between 1875-1886.