Loyal to the Land: The Legendary Parker Ranch, 750-1950
Loyal to the Land is a sweeping history of one of the United States' largest working ranches, the Big Island of Hawai'i's Parker Ranch. In this wide-ranging and insightful book, illustrated with more than 250 historical photos, Dr. Billy Bergin first discusses the important Hispanic vaquero roots of ranching in Hawai'i. He then relates the histories of the five foundation families, providing information on key members who contributed to the Ranch's success. The balance of the book examines every aspect of Parker Ranch development: management, labor, improvements and diversification of livestock, veterinary and animal care programs, and the Ranch's role and influence on the Big Island and the state.
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Impressive amount of history and detail. Great photographs. Helpful to anyone interested in hawaiian saddles, horse breeding, cattle, pasture, ranching, etc. By far the largest volume of information compiled on the subject of ranching in Hawaii.
Many errors in the book.
esp. Purdy genealogy. Also pic miss identified.
HAVAIKI to HAWAII AD 200750
EARLY FEATURES OF NORTH AND SOUTH KOHALA 7501775
ARRIVAL OF ANIMALS AS GIFTS FIT FOR A KING 17751850
JOHN PALMER PARKER AND THE EARLY BEEF INDUSTRY 18151847
EARLY FOUNDATION FAMILIES 18151868
PANIOLO APPAREL AND HORSE GEAR 1831 Forward
THE FOUNDATION OF PARKER RANCH 18321899
IMPROVEMENTS IN ALL CLASSES OF LIVESTOCK 19001949
PARKER RANCH AND THE TERRITORIAL DIVISION OF THE ANIMAL INDUSTRY 19051920
LAND ACQUISITION AND RANGE MANAGEMENT 19001949
A W CARTERS LEADERSHIP PERSONNEL 1900
BIRTH OF THE TERRITORIAL BEEF MARKET 18711950
A NEW DAIRY IS BORN 19201949
EVOLUTION OF ALLEN HARTWELL CARTER IN RANCH MANAGEMENT 19371950
A W CARTER Biography and Human Resource Development 18671949