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Cattle Ranching in Arizona 1540-1950, National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Documentation Form

Created by Charles Miles on 5/28/2020. Updated on 6/27/2020.

Cattle Ranching in Arizona 1540-1950, National Register of Historic Places - Page 3
Page 3 from Cattle Ranching in Arizona 1540-1950, National Register of Historic Places.

A United State Department of the Interior National Park Service National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Documentation Form prepared by Dr. William S. Collins, Ph.D., that contains an extensive history of Cattle Ranching in Arizona from 1540 to 1950. Table of Contents from the Document:

  1. Cattle in the Arizona Economy: An Overview.
  2. The Spanish Colonial and Mexican Periods, 1521-1848.
  3. The Early American Period, 1848-1880.
  4. The Boom Period, 1880-1893.
  5. The Foundation of the Modern Cattle Industry, 1893-1950.
  6. Indian Cattle Raising: Case Studies of the San Carlos and Tohono O’odham Reservations, 1920-1950.
  7. Southern Arizona Ranch House Architectural Context
  8. Northern Arizona Vernacular Log Buildings Architectural Context
  9. Windmills Design Architectural Context
  10. Barbed Wire Fencing and Cattle Guard Design Architectural Context
  11. Pre-Inventory of Cattle Ranches in Northern Arizona

Source: PDF from The National Archives Catalog. The PDF above is the approved document from the National Archives - a 'clean' copy without stamps/signatures is available here from the [Arizona State Historic Preservation Office Historic Context Studies] (https://azstateparks.com/shpo-historic-context-studies).

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