Horses -- Health
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Arthur Gray, Cheryl Ann, Jim Thibodeau, and Jim Jackson, interviewed by Laura Stevens
Abstract 0460 Arthur Gray, Cheryl Ann, Jim Thibodeau, and Jim Jackson, interviewed by Laura Stevens for FO 2, spring of 1968, Brewer, Hermon, and Levant, Maine. Accession includes a student paper and an accompanying tape reel. Gray (Brewer), Ann and Thibodeau (Hermon), Jackson (Brewer), and Stevens (Orono) talk about lore pertaining to horses: horse markings and physical features (such as “pig eyes”) and their meanings; Indian legend of the origin of the Appaloosa; a horse trading story; cures for...
George Bagley, interviewed by Ronald Bean
Abstract 1077 George Bagley, interviewed by Ronald Bean, July 15, 21, and 22, 1976, at the home of Earl Grass. Text: 15 pp. detailed catalog. Recordings: T 1098 - T 1100 / CD 1038 - CD 1042. July 15, 1976 Bagley talks about jobs he held when he was young; his first job working in the woods; learning how to drive horses; the horses he owned throughout his life; where horses could be sold when they became too old; where horses were purchased; horse medicine; and hauling logs as a teamster. Text: 6 pp....