Film, Video A Map of the Cattle Drive

Format Film, Video
Contributors Hickerson, Joseph Charles
Language English
Subjects Ethnography
Line Camps
Motion Pictures
Ninety Six Ranch
A Map of the Cattle Drive
Contributor Names
Hickerson, Joseph Charles, 1935- (Narrator)
Subject Headings
-  Maps
-  Ninety-Six Ranch
-  Line camps
-  Ethnography
-  Motion Pictures
Motion Pictures
-  A video animation showing the route of the 1979 cattle drive.
-  The Ninety-Six Ranch's holdings in 1979 are color-coded on the map used in this video animation. Land owned by the ranch is blue, the grazing allotment managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is yellow, and the U.S. Forest Service grazing allotment is orange. The small blue pockets adjacent to and within the federal rangeland are water sources, line camps, and fields owned outright by the Ninety-Six. The largest single block is at Hartscrabble. In 1982, Les sold his BLM and Forest Service grazing rights and the property within the allotments, but he retained Hartscrabble and the private land nearby. Although semi-retired, he continues to run a small herd and uses this land for summer grazing.
1 inch video
Call Number
AFC 1991/021
Source Collection
Paradise Valley Folklife Project Collection (AFC 1991/021)
American Folklife Center
Digital Id

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