Tennessee Archaeology Net Bibliography Page

A Bibliography of Horse Accouterments

compiled by William Hampton Adams (bill.adams@flinders.edu.au)


If you have additions and corrections, please contact the author. If you know of good site reports with good artifact descriptions and illustrations please contact the author so he may update this bibliography.
Chappell, Edward
	1973	A Study of Horseshoes in the Department of Archaeology,
		Colonial Williamburg. Five Artifact Studies. edited by
		Audrey  Noėl Hume, Merry W. Abbitt, Robert H. McNulty et
		al., pp. 100-116. Colonial Williamsburg Occasional Papers
		in Archaeology. University Press of Virginia,
		Charlottesville, VA.

Montgomery Ward & Co.
	1895	Montgomery Ward & Co. Catalogue and Buyer's Guide, 1895.
		Montgomery Ward & Co., New York, NY [Reprinted 1969 by
		Dover Publications].

Moseman
	1976	Moseman's Illustrated Guide for Purchase of Horse
		Furnishings, Goods. Arco Publishing, New York, NY.

Sears Roebuck and Company
	1902	Catologue III. Sears, Roebuck and Company, Chicago
		[reprinted 1969 by Bounty Books, NY].

Sears Roebuck and Company
	1906	Catologue. Sears, Roebuck and Company, Chicago [reprinted
		1971 by D.B.I. Books, Deerfield, IL].

Sears Roebuck and Company
	1927	Catologue. Sears, Roebuck and Company, Chicago.

U.S. Army
	1874	Horse Equipments, Cavalry Equipments, and Accouterments,
		Saddler and Smith Tools and Materials, and Standard
		Supply Table of Ordnance Stores for the Cavalry Service.
		Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

U.S. Army
	1891	Horse Equipments and Cavalry Accoutrements, as Prescribed
		by G.O. 73, A.G.O., 1885. Government Printing Office,
		Washington, D.C.

U.S. Army Quartermaster General
	1877	U.S. Army Wagon Harness (Horse and Mule). Government
		Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

U.S. Army Quartermaster General
	1917	Horse Equipments and Equipments for Officers and Enlisted
		Men. No. 1719. Government Printing Office, Washington,
		D.C.

U.S. War Department
	1874	Proceedings of the Board of Officers Convened Under
		Special Orders Nos. 238 and 253, Adjutant Generals
		Office, 1873, on Horse-Equipments and Accoutrements,
		Saddlers' and Smiths' Tools and Materials, and Standard
		Supply-Tables of Ordnance Stores for the Cavalry Service.
		War Department, Washington, D.C.

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