Sheep ranchers -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 0239
Abstract In 1887, when the Hatch Act provided federal funds, the Nevada Agricultural Experiment Station was created by the Board of Regents. From the beginning, there was an emphasis on experimental work and extension services. It expanded its services under the Adams Act in 1906, and in 1925 the Purnell Fund was established for the further endowment of the experiment stations. This collections contains records of the Agricultural Experiment Station and agricultural issues. The majority of the...
Scope and Contents Questionnaires made to Basques in the US, sheep man, herders and Basque hotels owners.
Identifier: AC 0524
Abstract The Nevada Cooperative Extension Service is one of the three branches of agricultural education and was founded in Nevada as a result of the Smith-Lever Act of 1914, and is active in all counties in the state. Combined Report of Nevada Cattle Buying Statistics: July 1, 1934 - December 31, 1934. Cumulative report: Nevada Sheep Buying Statistics (September 22 to November 25, 1934. United States Department of Agriculture Agricultural Adjustment Administration Emergency Drought Relief Program -...
Collection — Box BSQAP 0096
Scope and Contents Tapes and transcripts of the oral history to Reginald Meaker conducted by Collette Etchart in 1976. Also, a manuscript of Menaker's book.
Abstract Sessions S. Wheeler served on the board of the Nevada State Museum. He received the Conservationist of the Year award, Outstanding Biology Teacher award, and the Distinguished Nevadan Award from the University of Nevada in 1963. These papers consist entirely of materials related to Wheeler's published writings: manuscripts in draft and edited formats, research notes and tapes, original papers and records of Max C. Fleischmann, photographs, and newspaper clippings. Mr. Wheeler's personal papers...