Woman herding cattle away from British soldiers.

Hannah Erwin Israel Saving the Cattle

Woman herding cattle away from British soldiers.

"Is about one foot high at the shoulders; the horns one and a half inch long in the male, three quarters of an inch in the female. The color is a dark slaty-brown." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Kleene-Boc

"Is about one foot high at the shoulders; the horns one and a half inch long in the male, three quarters…

"Is probably the smallest of the horned quadrupeds, it being two feet long and fourteen inches high. Its color is similar to that of our common gray squirrel. it lives in pairs in the mountainous districts of Abyssinia. " — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Madoqua

"Is probably the smallest of the horned quadrupeds, it being two feet long and fourteen inches high.…

An illustration of a man tying a calf to a wall.

Man Tying Calf to Wall

An illustration of a man tying a calf to a wall.

An illustration of a family taking their livestock to the market to sell.

Going to Market

An illustration of a family taking their livestock to the market to sell.

"The animals of this genus are distinguished by short tails, rogh hair; and enormous horns; they live on the mountains, and though their numbers are small, they are found widely in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Mouflon

"The animals of this genus are distinguished by short tails, rogh hair; and enormous horns; they live…

An illustration of the mummy of a sacred bull.

Mummy of Sacred Bull

An illustration of the mummy of a sacred bull.

A male of the bovine class.

Ox

A male of the bovine class.

Two Long Horned Ox in a field.

Long Horned Ox

Two Long Horned Ox in a field.

"They frequent rocky regions desitute of woods, living on grass in the mild season and on lichens in the winter. They are about one third the size of the common ox, one of them weighing three to four hundred pounds. The horns are broad at the base, and meet and cover hte brow and crown of the head. General color of the hair is brown." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Musk Ox

"They frequent rocky regions desitute of woods, living on grass in the mild season and on lichens in…

"The Syrian Ox in its present day has wide-spreading horns, high shoulders, and a dewlap that nearly sweeps the ground." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Syrian Ox

"The Syrian Ox in its present day has wide-spreading horns, high shoulders, and a dewlap that nearly…

"Four and a half feet long and three high. The general color is a deep red, and underr parts being white. It inhabits Caffraria and the country of the Bechuanas, living on the open plains in families of six or eigt individuals." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Pallah

"Four and a half feet long and three high. The general color is a deep red, and underr parts being white.…

"Found in large troops in the mountains of Persia and adjacent countries." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Paseng

"Found in large troops in the mountains of Persia and adjacent countries." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

The Plowman is a print that was designed by German artist Hans Holbein in 1538. It is part of a series called the "Dance of Death". It shows a plowman plowing his fields while death is following his cattle.

The Plowman

The Plowman is a print that was designed by German artist Hans Holbein in 1538. It is part of a series…

"The only kind of antilope found on this continent. It differs from all the other members of the tribe in several aspects, and especially in having prong or branch to the horns. The horns rise perpendicularly from the skull till within two or three inches of the points, where they curve suddenly backward and inward, forming a small hook like those of the chamois." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Prong-horn

"The only kind of antilope found on this continent. It differs from all the other members of the tribe…

Cattle at a watering hole.

Returning from pasture

Cattle at a watering hole.

A feeding shed used for beef cattle.

Feeding Shed

A feeding shed used for beef cattle.

A sheep with a long, broad tail.

Broad Tailed Sheep

A sheep with a long, broad tail.

A popular sheep bred for its wool.

French Sheep

A popular sheep bred for its wool.

"Has drooping ears, a convex forehead, short hair, a brisket and dewlap like those of an ox, and two lobes consisting of hard, curdy fat beneath the throat, appearing like goitres." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Goitred Sheep

"Has drooping ears, a convex forehead, short hair, a brisket and dewlap like those of an ox, and two…

A popular sheep bred for its wool.

Merino Sheep

A popular sheep bred for its wool.

A sheep with spiral, long horns and long wool.

Wallachian Sheep

A sheep with spiral, long horns and long wool.

A skeleton of a common cow.

Cow Skeleton

A skeleton of a common cow.

The Great Seal of the State of South Dakota, 1889. The seal shows hills, a river and a boat, a farmer, a mine, and cattle. The state motto is above and reads "Under God the People Rule."

Seal of South Dakota

The Great Seal of the State of South Dakota, 1889. The seal shows hills, a river and a boat, a farmer,…

"Is perhaps the most graceful and the most beautifully varied in its colors, of all the antilope. imagination cannot concieve a quadruped more light and airy in form, more delicate in its proprtions, or whose movements are executed with more natural ease and grace." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Spring-Boc

"Is perhaps the most graceful and the most beautifully varied in its colors, of all the antilope. imagination…

Diagram of a sheep's stomach, showing the different compartments.

Sheep Stomach

Diagram of a sheep's stomach, showing the different compartments.

"The color of this animal in the wild and take, is black; the back and tail often white; the hair is thick and long; and the tail long, silky, and beautiful." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Yak

"The color of this animal in the wild and take, is black; the back and tail often white; the hair is…

"Zebu is the native name for any breed or individual of Bos Indicus. The zebus attain their greatest development in India, but range E. to Japan and W. to the Niger river. They vary greatly in size, some being larger than European cattle, while others are no bigger than a month-old calf."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Zebu

"Zebu is the native name for any breed or individual of Bos Indicus. The zebus attain their greatest…