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cattle-trailing industry

Jimmy M. Skaggs

cattle-trailing industry

between supply and demand, 1866-1890

by Jimmy M. Skaggs

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Published by University of Oklahoma Press in Norman .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas
    • Subjects:
    • Cattle trade -- Texas -- History.,
    • Cattle -- Transportation -- Texas -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Jimmy M. Skaggs.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9433.U5 T377 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 173 p., [8] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages173
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1566361M
      ISBN 100806123915
      LC Control Number91050312

      Lost Trails of the Cimarron is Harry Chrisman's folk history of nineteenth-century Cimarron country - southwestern Kansas, southeastern Colorado, and the neutral strip of Oklahoma and the Texas Panhandle. Buffalo hunters entered the area in violation of the Medicine Lodge Treaty, followed by cowboys and settlers who formed a vast economy based on grass and beef, the . Review of The Cattle-Trailing Industry: Between Supply and Demand, Skaggs an economic historian structures his work as a study of the activities of Great Plains cattle-trailing contractors. First published in and now reprinted the book also includes information on the establishment of stockyards and commission companies Author: Kenneth Dagel.

      The cattle industry grew tremendously in the two decades after the Civil War, moving into western Kansas and Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, and the Dakotas in the s and s with the expansion of the railroads. While motion pictures, television, and novels have helped make cowboys —the men who rounded up, branded, and drove the.   After the publication of the book, friends asked Gary about a map of their state of Texas. “Surely, Gary, you can create a map for us?” It took one year, but in , the “Map of Central Texas Showing the Location of the Western Cattle Trail,” was created by Gary and printed by the Mennonite Press.

      The Cattle-Trailing Industry: Between Supply and Demand, by Jimmy M. Skaggs, reviewed by Kenneth Dagel The Catch Pen edited by Len Ainsworth and Kenneth R. Davis, reviewed by Jill Morstad Wyoming Time and Again: Rephotographing the Scenes of J.E. Stimson by Michael A. Amundsen, reviewed by Phil Roberts The Texas cattle-trailing industry lasted only fifty years. From Texas statehood in until , Texas drovers trailed over 12 million longhorns out of their state to mining camps, to Confederate enclaves, to railheads, to northern ranches and to Indian agencies.


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Skaggs. BOOK REVIEWS The Cattle-Trailing Industry: Between Supply and Demand, By Jimmy M. Skaggs. orman: University of Oklahoma Press, Preface, notes, bibliography, index.

x + pp. $ From Zane Grey novels to the television series. Rawhide, the cattle-trailing period has always fascinated Americans. Jimmy. Sk­. Jimmy M. Skaggs, "The Route of the Great Western (Dodge City) Cattle Trail," West Texas Historical Association Year Book 41 ().

Jimmy M. Skaggs, The Cattle-Trailing Industry: Between Supply and Demand, – (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, ). From Zane Grey novels to the television series Rawhide, the cattle-trailing period has always fascinated Americans.

Jimmy M. Skaggs presents a very readable account of this brief but very important period in the settlement of the American West. Skaggs an economic historian structures his work as a study of the activities of Great Plains cattle-trailing contractors.

First published in Author: Kenneth Dagel. The page book is divided into three sections: “The Four Texas Trail Systems”, “The Western Cattle Trail and its Feeder and Splinter Routes“, and “The Re-emergence of the Cattle Trailing Industry after the Collapse”.

In this book the Western Trail is extensively mapped through nine states, from south Texas to Canada. Cattle-Trailing Industry: Between Supply and Demand, The harsh business realities of driving cattle are separated in this book from the mythology and folklore of the cattle-trailing : University of Oklahoma Press.

Cattle Trails This is the name given to the routes used by cowboys in the late s to drive or herd livestock from Texas northward to railroad lines in Kansas. Six Shooter. 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.

The Europeans who first settled in America at the end of the 15th century had. Jimmy M. Skaggs, "The Route of the Great Western (Dodge City) Cattle Trail," West Texas Historical Association Year Book 41 ().

Jimmy M. Skaggs, The Cattle-Trailing Industry: Between Supply and Demand, (Lawrence: University. 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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Jimmy M. Skaggs, The Cattle-Trailing Industry: Between Supply and Demand, – (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, ). Jimmy M. Skaggs, "The Route of the Great Western (Dodge City) Cattle Trail," West Texas Historical Association Year Book 41 (). Skaggs's book is an excellent synthesis of the history of American meat production from earliest times to the present.

Skaggs covers the early days, the rise of the trailing industry, the growth of big packing towns like Chicago and Kansas City, scandals like "embalmed beef" in the war with Spain and the "beef trust", and all the twists and turns that have led to the Cited by:   Gary and Margaret Kraisinger will talk about their newest book on the Texas cattle-trailing industry, “The Western Cattle Trail It’s Rise, Collapse, and Revival.”.

Cattle drives to northern and western markets, and later to railroad-loading facilities, started in earnest inwhen an estimatedhead of cattle crossed the Red River.

The drives were conducted for only about 20 years, becoming unnecessary with the advent of the railroads and refrigeration in the s.Released in April ofthis is the second volume that Gary and Margaret Kraisinger have published on the Texas cattle-trailing industry.

Whereas their first book concentrated on the middle corridor of the Western Cattle Trail through Indian Territory, western Kansas, and southwestern Nebraska, this more comprehensive volume takes the reader from south Texas .JIMMY M.

SKAGGS is a professor of American studies and economics at Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas. He is the author of The Cattle Trailing Industry: Between Supply and Demand, and the co-author of Broadcloth and Britches: The Santa Fe Trade, as well as numerous articles and several other works on western history and business.