THE AMERICAN FARMER 1884
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THE AMERICAN FARMER 1884. EIGHTY-THREE PRIZE WINNING FARM ANIMAL WOOD ENGRAVED IMAGES ON COMPACT DISC. CHARLES L. FLINT These Engravings originally appeared in the National Live Stock Journal, Poultry World and other agricultural publications. RALPH H. PARK & CO. HARTFORD CONN.

 

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This CD contains 83 high resolution digital BMP images from the 1884 edition of The American Farmer. Each image is provided in two forms. One is as true color, which displays age toning, and the other is grayscale. These images can be imported to Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, PaintShop Pro, Adobe PhotoDelux, PrintMaster and other popular painting and drawing programs and printed on quality inkjet paper producing stunning results suitable for framing. Or for designing your own greeting cards, posters, brochures and calendars.

The print out size is the same size as the originals, if not enlarged or reduced. I have found that these Images print best on Hammer mill Ink Jet Matte paper. When printed directly from the CD, they are the actual size. (The same as the originals) and the result is an awesome print almost indistinguishable as a reprint, even when using a relatively inexpensive home ink jet printer. If Image permanence is a concern, these digital images will also render beautiful professional quality prints when professionally printed on acid free paper using the Giclée (jhee-clay) printing process. This printing process is very stable, giving fade & color shift resistance of 75 years on watercolor paper under average indoor light conditions.


During the 19th-century, there was a fashion for paintings and engravings of farm animals. The wood engravings represented here provide a unique record of rare or extinct animals which once grazed these lands and were the foundation stock of our native breeds of cattle, sheep, pigs, horses and poultry. .

INDEX TO IMAGES


bulletCATTLE
bullet1 FOUR- YEAR-OLD SHORT-HORN STEER, "WM. ALLEN" Winner of 1st prize at Fat-Stock Show, Chicago 1879, Property of Wing & Thompson, Bement, ILL.
bullet5 SHORT- HORN BULL, "2d DUKE OF NORTHUMBERLAND. "Property of A. Winslow's Sons,"Putney Stock Farm," Kankakee, ILL.
bullet11 SHORT- HORN COW, "7th DUCHESS OF HILLHURST." Property of M.H. Cochrane, Compton, Canada.
bullet15 NORTH DEVON BULL, "SHELTO, 2d." Property of Gen L.F. Ross, Avon, ILL
bullet22 HEREFORD BULL, "SUCCESS." Property of T.L. Miller, Beecher, ILL.
bullet25 TWO-YEAR-OLD HERFORD HEIFER. Property of T.L. Miller, Beecher, ILL.
bullet31 GROUP OF IMPORTED POLLED ANGUS COWS. Property of Burleigh & Bodwell, Lang Farm. Vassalboro, ME.
bullet37 IMPORTED JERSEY BULL, LE BROCQ'S PRIZE. "Property of Churchman & Jackson, Beach Grove Farm, Indianapolis, IND.
bullet41 JERSEY QUEEN OF BARNET Property of A. B. Darling, New York City. Formerly owned by J.S. Kenerson, Barnet, Vt.
bullet51 AYSHIRE BULL, "HONEST JOHN." Owned by William Birnie, Springfield, Mass.
bullet59 HOLSTEIN BULL, "2d CONSUL." Property of Dexter Severy & Son, Leland, ILL.
bullet64 IMPORTED HOLSTEIN HEIFER, "MEIKA." (Age 2 years, weight 1,250 lbs.) Property of Geo. E. Brown & Co., Aurora, ILL.
bullet69 SWISS BULL, "FREDERICK SCHILLER." (Three years old.) Imported and owned by Geo. W. Harris, Wethersfield, Conn.
bullet77 GRADE SHORT-HORN STEER, "JOHN SHERMAN." Winner of Grand Sweepstake Prize for best animal of any age or breed. Property of J. D. Gillette, Elkhart, ILL.
bullet81 GRADE HEREFORD STEER, "CONQUEROR." Winner of Sweepstakes for Two Year-Olds, at Fat-Stock Show, Chicago, 1880. Property of T.L. Miller, Beecher, ILL.
bullet87 GRADE DEVON STEER, "JIM LOCKWOOD." Prize Winner at Fat-Stock Show. Property of Gen. L. F. Ross, Avon, ILL.
bullet122 DIAGRAM FOR CUTTING A CARCASS OF BEEF.
bulletDAIRY
bullet177 IMPORTED SWISS COW, "ORBIE." Owned by Willis Phelps, North Granby, Conn.
bullet189 HOLSTEIN COW, "ZUIDER ZEE 9th." Property of dexter Severy & Sons, Leland, ILL.
bullet216 NORTH DEVON COW, "HENRIETTA."Owned by Gen. L.F. Ross, Avon, ILL.
bullet218 GUERNSEY COW, "ELEGANTE." Fernwood Farm, Cazenovia, NY. Sweepstakes winner, New York State Fair, 1881.
bullet239 JERSEY, "ONE TON" and "MORA." Property of Churchman & Jackson, Beach Grove Farm, Indianapolis, IND.
bullet248 AYRSHIRE COW, "FLORA." Owned by William Birnie, Springfield, Mass.
bulletSHEEP
bullet261 OXFORD DOWN RAM, "FREELAND." Imported and owned by T.S. Cooper, Oxford Park, Readin Ohio. (Formerly of Linden Grove, Coopersburg, Pa.
bullet267 MERINO SHEEP.Property of G. W. Hunt, Greenwood, ILL.
bullet271 OXFORD DOWN YEARLING LAMBS.Sired by "Freeland." Bred by and property of T. S. Cooper, Oxford Park, Reading Ohio. (Formerly of Linden Grove, Coopersburg, Pa.)
bullet275 IMPORTED SOUTHDOWN BUCK, "LOARD WALSINGHAM." Property of Benson, Maule & Co. Philadelphia, Pa.
bullet282 COTSWOLD RAM, "STANDARD." Property of T.L. Miller, Beecher, ILL.
bullet285 COTSWOLD SHEEP, "ROYAL WINNER, " "DUKE OF FYFIELD," LADY GILLETTE" Property of John Snell's Sons, Edmonton, Canada.
bullet291 LINCOLN EWES AND LINCOLN RAM, "LORD CHANCELLOR." Imported by and the property of Richard Gibson. Ilderton, Ontario, Canada.
bullet314 HAMPSHIRE RAM
bullet329 MERINO EWESOwned by C. M. Fellows, Manchester, Mich.
bullet346 ANGORA GOATS.Bred by Col. Robert W. Scott, Frankfort, Ky.
bullet354 GROUP OF ALPACAS
bulletSWINE
bullet358 BERKSHIRES, "LADY HOOD II," "BLACK JOSEPHINE," "ROBIN HOOD." Property of Alex. M. Fulford, Bel Air, Md.
bullet370 POLAND-CHINA HOGS, "JENNIE LIND" and "CHIEFTAIN." Winners of Stock Journal Challenge Pitcher at Fat-Stock Show, Chicago, 1879 and 1880. Property of J.A. Countryman, Rochelle, ILL.
bullet376 SMALL YORKSHIRES, "MODEL QUEEN," "IMP. KING JOHN," "ROYAL QUEEN." Property of Geo. W. Harris, "Ridge Farm," Morrisania, NY.
bulletPOULTRY
bullet438 LIGHT BRAHMAS Bred by I.K. Felch, Natick, Mass.
bullet452 DARK BRAHMAS.Bred by Geo. P. Burnham, Melrose, Mass.
bullet459 BLACK COCHINS. Bred by A.E. Smith, Cherry Valley Mass.
bullet467 WHITE LEGHORNS. & ROSE-COMBED WHITE LEGHORNS. Bred by Samuel Cushman, Pawtucket, RI. Bred by N. D. Forbes, New Haven Conn.
bullet472 SILVER-PENCILED HAMBURGS.
bullet478 BLACK-BREASTED RED GAMES. & RED PILE GAMES. Owned by A. D. Warren, Worcester, Mass. Property of E. H. Blackett, Lawler, Iowa.
bullet483 WHITE GEORGIAN GAMES.Owned by C.S. LINCOLN, Warren Mass.
bullet488 WHITE-CRESTED BLACK POLISH. & BEARDED SILVER SPANGLED POLISH. Fowls bred by Chas. Gammerdinger, Columbus, Ohio.
bullet493 WHITE CRESTED POLISH & BLACK SUMATRAS. Owned by H.T. Sperry, Hartford, Conn. Proberty of J.G. Bicknell, Buffalo, NY.
bullet499 HOUDANS. & CREVE COEURS.
bullet503 LA FLECHE.
bullet507 WHITE DORKINGS.
bullet511 COLORED DORKINGS. Bred by Mr. John K. Camp, Winstead, Conn.
bullet516 PLYMOUTH ROCKS. Owned and bred by C.A. Keefer, Sterling, ILL.
bullet521 BLACK AND MOTTLED JAVAS. Owned by J.G. Bicknell, Buffalo NY.
bullet533 JAPANESE BANTAMS. Owned by W. R. Andrus, East Orange, NJ.
bullet537 ROSE-COMBED WHITE BANTAMS.
bullet541 SILVER SEBRIGHT BANTAMS.
bullet547 WHITE COCHINS.
bullet581 BROWN LEGHORNS. Owned by C. A. Keefer, Sterling, ILL.
bullet609 WILD TURKEY. Bred by W.K. Laughlin, Fort Dodge, Iowa.
bullet615 CRESTED TURKEY.
bullet627 AYLESBURY DUCKS. & CRESTED WHITE DUCKS.
bullet631 ROUEN DUCKS. By Ludlow
bullet633 PEKIN DUCKS. By Ludlow
bullet644 TOULOUSE GEESE & WHITE CHINA GEESE. By Porter
bullet647 EMBDEN GEESE.
bullet651 CANADA GOOSE
bullet655 BLACK SWAN. By Porter
bullet660 GUINEA HEN & MALE PINTADO, or GUINEA FOWL
bullet663 PEACOCK PHEASANT OF ASSAM & CALIFORNIA QUAIL
bulletHORSE
bullet1 GOVERNOR SPRAGUE (Chromolithograph)Record 2.20 1/4 at Five Years Old Property of Hon. Jerome I. Case, Racine, wis.
bullet676 PERCHERON-NORMAN STALLION "ELDORADO" Prize Winner at Michigan State Fair, 1878. Imported by M.W. Dunham, Wayne, ILL.
bullet686 CLYDESDALE STALLION "VICTOR" Imported by Powell Bros. Springboro, Pa.
bullet702 PERCHERON-NORMAN STALLION "ROMULUS." Winner of 1st Prize at Paris Exposition, 1878. Imported by M.W. Dunham, Wayne, ILL.
bullet706 "NAPOLEON III."Half-blood" Percheron-Norman Stallion. Property of M.W. Dunham, Wayne, ILL.
bullet710 ENGLISH DRAFT STALLION "LINCOLN." Imported by Geo. E. Brown & Co., Aurora, ILL.
bullet714 CLEVELAND BAY STALLION "BAY SPLENDOR." Imported by Geo. E. Brown & Co., Aurora, ILL.
bullet724 RYSDYK'S HAMBLETONIAN.
bullet729 HAMBLETONIAN STALLION "SATELLITE." Property of Powell Bros. Springboro, Pa.
bullet738 "JAY EYE SEE" Time 2:10.Owned by J.I. Case, Racine Wis.
bullet743 TROTTING STALLION "THORNDALE." Property of Edwin Thorne, "Thorndale," Millbrook, NY.
bullet754 TROTTING STALLION "ALEXANDER." Time 2:28 3/4Property of De Graff & Hopkins, Janesville, Minn.
bullet764 TAGGART'S "ABDALLAH," Owned by D.M. Taggart, Goffstown, NH.
bullet781 "DRACO PRINCE." Time 2:25 1/2 Owned by J.R. Poor, Somerville, Mass.
bullet827 "MAGNUM BONUM." (Copied from an old Painting.)A Gray Jack-Ass once owned by Hon. Henry Clay of Ashland, Ky. This animal was fourteen hands high when four years old. He was sired in 1834 by Maltese Jack Achilles, imported by Henry Clay, his dam being a descendent of the stock owned by Gen George Washington.


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