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BEFORE THE SPANIARDS LANPED IN THE DOGS. THEY MUST HAVE FIGURED ON THE
NEW WORLP WITH THEIR HORSES ANP THEORY THAT A HORSE CAN PULL A HEAVIER
MULES.THE INDIANS TRAVELED ON FOOT. LOAD THAN HE CAN CARRY. THE INDIANS OF
THEIR ONLY BEASTS OF BURDEN "ERE BOSS. THE PLAINS PIPNT SEEM TO KNOW THEr-
THEY WERE HUGE WOLFUK6 ANIMALS PRINCIPLE OF THE WHEEL. AT LEAST THE/
AND WERE CAPABLE OF CARRYING LOADS NEI/ER USED ANY KIND OF WHEELEP RIG-
WEIGHING AS MUCH A3 THIRTY POUNDS. THE PUEBLO INDIANS USED THe'CARRF-TA';
AFTER THE HORSES STARTED DRIFTING NORTH OR CART, HAVING TWO WHEELS, WHICH
AND THE INDIANS WERE SUCCESSFUL IN THEY PULLED WITH OXEN. WLTHOUT A DOUBT
THEY GOT THIS FROM THE MEXICANS .THE
UMfiJO INDIANS USED BURROS FOR PACK-
IMS WOOD ANP WATER TO THEIR VILLAGES,
WHICH WERE ALWAYS BUILT ON THE TOP
OF SOME DRY BARREN MESA TODAY IT IS
.

NOT UNUSUAL TO SEE AN INDIAN RIDING IN


AN AUTOMOBILE, BUGGY, OR BUCKBOARP.

CAPTURING SOME OF THEM.THEY USED


THEM ONLY FOR SADDLE ANIMALS AUD
NEVER PACKED THEM.THEY RIGGED UP A
CONTRIVANCE KNOWN AS A TRAVOIS.THIS
WAS TWO LONG POLES TIED TOGETHER.
ACROSS THE HORSES SHOULDERS ANP HAVING
A PLATFORM OF POLES LASHED TO THE BACK.
THE LOAP WAS WRAPPED IN A 8UFFALO HIDE,
THEN TIED ON THE PLATFORM, ANP WAS
DRAGGED BEHIND THE HORSE. WHY THESE
INDIANS DIDN'T USE PACK ANIMALS IS NOT
KNOWN, ESPECIALLY AFTER HAVING PACKED

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B DON'T MENTION THAT I RIDS.' GO ON UP SL1DIN' HILL AND SEE
\HAVE THIS ENVELOPE. DAD, SUT BE CAREFUL--THE SHALE IS
^TREACHEROUS.'I'LL SEND THE SHER-
IFF ON A BLIND LEAD.'

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By THE SOUTH TRAIL AROUND J
\SLIPIN' HILL/T-?-^
r
THE SHERIFF IS STILL CERTAIN 'S
KI LLED THE PONY R\UER.\J
vVOU
/ DUDLEY CAN STOP WORK ON
THE MlNE,eECAUSE WE CAN'T
\ WORK IT WITHOUT A ROCK
SLIDE ON HIS LAND.'
NOW\ KNOW WHY PURDY'S
LETTER WAS STOLEN,
TONTD.
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V THE MASKED MAN! I ^^
WANT HIM FOR MUnDeR:
THAT'S THE MASKED J WfMUSTA
MAN'S HORSE
HAWKS WROTE ,&AYIN' HE'O BUY
MY OOLD MINE. THE LETTER
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WAS STOLEN FROM THE


FDNY RIDER.'
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ANDTHE ELECTION PLOT


YOU TAKE THE MASKED )

MAN, I'LL TAKE •—


THE REDSWN. L -^

ft^sCL

-2p
tip
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WHAT 5 MORE, IVE SOT FRIENDS EN0U6H IN TOWN TO ElECT Me/
DRBMM
AND FINDLEV ARE HERE TO VOTE WITH ALL THEIR FRIENDS
TAKE THIS RANGER. ~~~ -->.
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H£Y
GIT RID O' HIM.' _^>JI kg< fSZ'~
If 100'RE ttTSWWED TO SW IN

TOWN,fOU'U- STftV IN JAIL.' 1 WONT


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LET 100 SET 10»S«af KILLED


STORY
HORS5

THE FIGST HOUSES That SCIEI


KNEW ABOUT WESE UTTLE
ANIMALS LIVING* 30,000.000 >e.M2£> A60
IN AMERICA'S FORESTS.

EOHiPPUS CTHE OWN MCESE)


WAS ONLY A FOOT HIGH\
HALF THE LENGTH OF A
THOEOUSHBeECfe HEAD.

THE FEONT FEET


OF E0HIPPU5 MAO-
POUe TOES. THE SACK FECT„THEEE H£
.

KTC LEAVES, BEINS rOC sM&U. AND SLOW


TO LEAVE THE ANCIENT FORESTS.

AS AGES PASSED, THE CLIMATE OF THE EAeTH '"" _, _


CHAN6ED, BRINGING CHANGES 'N THE PLANTS - —'.__ -Ta
ANO ANIMALS. PLAINS APPENSD- EQH;IPPU5 WAS ,,-,__*
REPLACED BV * LAE6BR , PA&TEE FOGAVMeSOHlPPLB, OgMWCt* Hg*^,^.
0£ EACH FOOT HAD BECOME
THE LEGS WEGE UON&EE AND THE CENTRE TO"COLLIE
MUCH THE LONGEST. HE WAS AS LAS6E AS A D0& .
~^fe^r-=S THE FiCST TRUE MEN HUNTED
THEJW FOB FOOD, ON .OUC WE6TEfcN PLAJN©.

WHO 010 NOT HAVE HOSeSS SLT ThEISE
,
^>v~*1B
TM£ CAST WAS INVENTED SV A PEOPLE - ^ . Uj ^^^B^*"^^ „*"
CAME ACWY WHEN THE HOfee= OWNlNfi Tg;3E5,CAPTJEEp A CAST AND H1TCHEP HDESE5 TO IT.
ESVPT AegyBA AND EARLY sreece IMPROVED
BOTH THE HORSES AND THE CHARIOTS TO — THE MEDES AND PERSIANS
1SISI
T HE CI
F W ^ ^
L L
**
W L W5T reEA0£D LEARNED TO FISHT FROM A
HORSE'S BACK AND CONQUERED
THEIR NEi&HBOKSS WITH BANDS
OF MOUNTED ARCHERS .

TBI JSLi
K ?^^5
TRColl; $hFL&%£&'
'
MOUNTED WARRIORS DOMINATED THE WORLD
^CRUSADERS, CCNQL1STAD0RES, INDIANS, j

U llk^y" * &UWOWOEB, THE HORSE WAS HITCHED


ISS., UNTIL
CANNON. X.' RECENT
1
TIMES, WORK WAS DONE
TO THE
MOST.-! BY MULES AND OXEN.
.

TE><5A>' ALU HOE6E5 CAN! BE


PlVlpED iN~0 TWO *\AIN CLAUSE'S,
TH05E USED TO DGAW LOADS, AND
THOSE W02KED UNDSG 5ADDLE.

ENGLAND FIRST DEVELOPED


ThE THOfi •:. EST OF

THE WOELD'S HOUSES, «.A$LE TO


6ENEEATIONS OF CAEEFUL SPEEDING WAVE fAA.DE COVEE A MILE WITH A GlDEE
in ONE Minute AND 35 5ECDND5:
THE DE5ECT ARABIAN ONE OF THE WOOD'S &SST.
AND MOST BEAUTIFUL OF ALL SADDLE: MOSSES-

TME 15AC1N& TT50TTE£S AND PACESS


AJ2E AM AMEEICAN DEVELOPMENT- TUB
HEAThEEBLOO^ SET A HIGH JTJMPiNS SELD1N& GfEEVHDUND TODTTED A.
E&GOEP OF 8 FEET,-3 INCHES. WILE IN ONE MINUTE"- 55 £ SECONDS,
Rvck Animals
ACK TRAINS HAVE PLAYED AN IMPORTANT SUSPENDED ON POLES BETWEEN TWO MULES,
IN THE SETTLING- OF THE WEST EVER
PARI ONE WALKING- AHEAP OF THE OTHER, AN P
SINCEHERNANDEZ CORTEZ FIRST LANDED MULES CARRIED OVER. SEVEN MILES OF NARROW,
AND HORSES ON THE NORTH AMERICAN CONTI- WINDING- TRAIL TO A SUMMER RESORT. IT
NENT. MAN / BIS COW-OUTFITS THAT HAVE
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15 NOT UNUSUAL TO SEE MULES CARRYING


GRAZING- PERMITS ON THE FOREST RESERVES FULL-SIZED DOUBLE BEDS, STOVES, LUMBER.
U3E PACK HORSES FOR CARRYING SUPPLIES AS LONG AS FOURTEEN FEET, OR OTHER SUCH
INTO THEIR COW-CAMPS. THE FOREST SERVICE UKWIELPy PACKS. THE PROSPECTOR AND HIS
OWNS HUNDREDS Of- PACK MULES WHICH ARE 8URROS ARE A FAMILlAK SiGHTON THE
USED TO TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT TO FOREST DESERTS OF THE SOUTHWEST. THESE HARDY
FIRES THAT BREAK OUT IN AREAS WHICH
CANNOT BE REACHED By WAGON OR TRUCK.
ALMOST EVER/ COWBOY OWNS A PACK HORSE,
IN ADDITION TO HIS
SADDLE WHICHHORSE, HE
USES FOR CARRYING HIS SEDTROLL AND
OTHER BELONGINGS WHEN
DRIFTING- FROM
ONE JOB TO ANOTHER. DuRlNG- THE WAR, THE
ARMY USED HUNDREDS
Of MULES FOR PACKING
SUPPLIES TO TROOPS
DURING THE HEAVY
MOUNTAIN FIGHTIN&
IN ITALY. PACK MULES LITTLEANIMALS ARE CAPABLE OF CARRYING
l£^» ARE USED EXTENSIVELY TREMENDOUS LOADS. THEY CAN TRAVEL LONG
"~ '
IN THE MOUNTAINS DISTANCES WITHOUT WATER ANp STAY IN
OF MEXICO FOR TRANSPORTING- ORE FROM GOOD CONDITION ON THE SCANTIEST FOOD.
MINES WHICH CAN BE REACHED ONLY BY TRAIL. THE 0LP"DESERT RAT "COULDWT FIND A PACK
.SOME OF THESE PACK TRAINS NUMBER AS ANIMAL MORE SUITEP TO HIS NEEDS. MULES
MANY AS FIFTY ANIMALS AND CAN CARRY AS AND BURROS ARE MORE SURE-FOOTED THAN
MUCH AS FIVE OR -SIX TONS OF ORE EACH TRlP . HORSES. A HORSE CAN BE fciDDEN OR WILL
THESE ANIMALS ARE THE WlRY LITTLE MEXICAN W -
SI 'RUSTING-
MULE WHICH WEIGHS AROUND SEVEN OR H1S JUDGMENT. BUT A MULE OR 0URRO CAN-
EIGHT HUNPREP POUNDS. MANY STgANG-E II ..'NSIDERS
CARGOES HAVE SEEN HANDLED &/ RACK UNSAFE. ,<-r" ME NAME
TRAIN. IN ONE. INSTANCE A PIANO WAS Of BEING STUBBORN. MN8E THEY'RE OU&T SMART:
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