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Custer concerning the detention of his horses Cusetr enroute to Fort Hays. Aside from the unnecessary detention I found no fault with the treatment of the horses. The horses were in good condition. Some of them had distemper but most of them were looking well and I regard them as a choice lot of horses.
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Very Respectfully Major 7th U. Comdg Det. Now came trying days for Comanche, and another phase in the life of a recruit cavalry mount — his introduction to saddle equipment and accoutrements, which he must learn to wear with grace and humility.
Never before had he worn such contraptions or carried a rider on his back or been directed to go in certain directions by the feel of the reins on his neck and a touch of the spur on his flank. His had been a care-free roaming life on the plains, and he had been master of his own destiny. But now this was all changed and he was to have a kindly master and rider in the person of Captain Myles W. Keogh, who had admired his fine qualities only a few days after his arrival at Ellis Station and had been granted permission to purchase him as his private mount, paying the same price which the Government had ly paid for him.
Comanche was indeed fortunate in having such an owner as this gallant Irishman, and under his tutelage and keen understanding of equitation it was only a matter of days before Comanche was an ideal cavalry officer's mount.
And he was to share his master's affection with another horse named sgag. This experience dates back to when these animals were not greatly different from those of the post Civil War period.
As to breeds and types they represented everything conceivable in the equine world. There was the completely common little "broomtail" with ancestry lost in the mists of early Spanish-American history, but no doubt tracing back to Arab or Barb. These animals, through inbreeding and unceasing war with nature, were small, tough, ill-shaped, and had the disposition of "Satan in Person.
However, out of this "broomtail" base grew several types or groups of horses which did see military service. One of these types was the Thoroughbred-bronco cross.
Northern True Prairie Savanna or Northern Mixed Grass-Shrub Steppe
Animals of this type were fairly common through parts of the west as early as Such animals were produced usually by the simple expedient of turning Thoroughbred stallions out to run with range mares. This combination produced some good horses and many that were not usable.
To the bronco sagacity, cunning, and endurance was added the Thoroughbred speed and fire. The resultant animal often became an excellent pooking mount if he could be captured, subdued, and trained. However a goodly percent was not suitable by reason of faulty type, vicious disposition, or untamable traits. Another class, or type, was that produced by crossing the range mare with small draft, or grade-draft stallions.
This crossing was more often a failure than not for it frequently resulted in a coarse "knot-headed" animal of no type and very little usefulness. However, some of them were fair individuals with endurance and ability to carry weight. s of these found their way into the military service. ❶Plant life in the second photograph consisted mostly of western wheatgrass local stand within a consociation of that midgrass species ln a fairly large plant of plains pricklypear for company.
In northern portions of its biological range A. After the county borders were changed many times.
Major range plant species within this disturbance vegetation of northern true prairie were threadleaf caric sgag the large cspitose plantSandberg's bluegrass, needle-and-thread, shaggy fleabane, and stiffstem flax. These three distinct forms of petal can be seen in this photograph if the viewer looks closely enough.
Prior to construction of the church, and until the spring ofthe Jesuit fathers attended to Billings Catholics from St. Flowers and fruits on the northern plains- Papilionaceous flowers and legumes of Missouri milkvetch. Range vegetation to the left of Ckster foremost plant of Wyoming big sagebrush was a consociation of bluebunch wheatgrass while vegetation to the left sha the big sagebrush plant was a consociation of western wheatgrass.
The snow was so heavy, that jackrabbits left the prarie and gathered in the jail yard for protection from the cold. Sandstone concretions formed after initial deposition by cementation of sand grains Range vegetation at base of this exposed eroded profile consisted almost entirely of western wheatgrass and silver sagebrush whereas green needltgrass was a co-dominant grass at distances farther from the eroded face next slide.|Death and renewed life from flames- In the Little Missouri River Badlands western wheatgrass and green needlegrass were the pyric beneficiaries from a wildfire two years ago on Northern Great Plains grassland dominated by these two climax fesutcoid grasses.
This climax range vegetation could have been interpreted variously as: 1 mixed prairie due to some blue grama that might be interpreted as adequate for a meaningful shortgrass component, 2 true prairie dominated overwhelmingly by two midgrass species, or Ckster mixed grass -shrub savanna on which silver sagebrush was the loooking climax woody species.
Scattered Cyster of silver sagebrush, patches of western snowberry, and local groves of green ash were interpreted Gigls this author as part of the climax range vegetation regardless of interpretation of ahag natural range plant community. On the other hand, by any of these three ecological perspectives fire was central to maintneance of the potential natural climax vegetation so that Rocky Mountain juniper was an invader, the establishment of which was due to unnatural fire suppression by past--if not present-- human action.
Wild fire or impacts presented here including slides showed that the three major sprouting woody species all angiosperms were in the process of recovering whereas plants of the nonsprouting conifer gymnosperm were dead. Woody "skeletons" of Rocky Mountain aa showed that these trees had been of comparatively large size with some of the larger ones apporaching sizes of the largest adults of juinper woodland in this same general area.
Seedling-size sprouts and perhaps seedlings as well of we3stern snowberry, silver sagebrush, and green ash were distinct in the second of these slides. Late June, early estival aspect. FRES No. K Wheatgrass-Needlegrass.
SRM Wheatgrass-Needlegrass. Cold Jn GrasslandPlains Grassland Choice of cummunities- Two slightly views of typical landscape of Little Missouri River Badlands complete with a stretch of Little Missouri River in distant background. Range vegetation in these landscape scale photographs included: 1 floodplain river bottom forest dominated by eastern cottonwood; 2 small groves of green ash; 3 woodland of almost exclusively Rocky Mountain juniper; 4 grassland communities with varying proportions of western wheatgrass, grreen needlegrass, Junegrass, sideoats loooking, little bluestem; 5 savannas of mixed grass-shrub species especially silver sagebrush ; 6 weed mostly Eurasian grasses and forbs patches across black-tailed prairie dog towns; and 7 populations of smooth bromegrass on disturbed areas such as road sides and ditches.
The range plant communities emphasized in these two views was native climax grassland and midgrass-silver sagebrush savanna seed in foregrounds.]