Arizona Livestock Brands
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The practice of branding livestock has existed since ancient times. In the United States, this was inherited from Western European traditions. In early town records of New England, there were lists of the brands used by the local residents. Livestock brands were registered with local or state governments. The "brand" became a property right that could be bought, sold, leased and inherited.
Online Resources[edit | edit source]
Territorial book of brands and marks of cattle, horses, sheep and hogs issued by the Live Stock Sanitary Board of Arizona, persuant to the provisions of Section 54, Act 6, of the Nineteenth Legislative Assembly of Arizona, Territorial brand book
- Arizona Memory Project Brands and Marks of Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Goats, and Hogs, 1908
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