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== See Also ==
== See Also ==
* [[Humphrey & Moffat Cattle Company]]
* [[Miller and Lux]]
* [[Miller and Lux]]


== References ==
== References ==
* San Francisco Chronicle, "Passing of Last Pony Expressman." (Obituary of Louis Dean), March 30, 1913, p. 28.  Louis Dean, [[Louis Gerlach]] and Henry Flak bought the Ward Brother's Cattle Outfit in 1884.  The purchase included water rights from [[Pyramid Lake]] to the Oregon border.  Louis Dean was not the last Pony Expressman, see Christopher Corbett, "[http://books.google.com/books?id=vkhIaLf3VsgC&pg=PT230&lpg=PT230&dq=%22Louis+Dean%22+nevada+pony+express&source=bl&ots=gBPjp5m1MI&sig=lNQPd0Jihb_KKfHR8LCtHPZjfaE&hl=en&sa=X&ei=zcCXUa_rI8mrigKgnIGYBQ&ved=0CCsQ6AEwAA Orphans Preferred: The Twisted Truth and Lasting Legend of the Pony Express]."
* San Francisco Chronicle, "Stockton Cattlemen Buy Out Nevada Firm," April 11, 1906, p. 5. The Ward Land and Stock Company of Stockton sold all of its ranches and stock to the "Gerlach Live Stock Company" for $100,000.  The deal included 5000 acres of ranch land, "several thousand acres of grazing and an immense number of cattle".  The buying firm already had ranges near [[Deep Hole]].
* Helen S. Carson, "[http://books.google.com/books?id=BixwbIM7ZvAC&lpg=PA119&ots=KPGpYf9-ta&dq=%22Gerlach%20Land%20and%20Cattle%20Company%22&pg=PA119#v=onepage&q=%22Gerlach%20Land%20and%20Cattle%20Company%22&f=false Nevada Place Names]," p. 119. "Gerlach Land and Cattle Company"
* Helen S. Carson, "[http://books.google.com/books?id=BixwbIM7ZvAC&lpg=PA119&ots=KPGpYf9-ta&dq=%22Gerlach%20Land%20and%20Cattle%20Company%22&pg=PA119#v=onepage&q=%22Gerlach%20Land%20and%20Cattle%20Company%22&f=false Nevada Place Names]," p. 119. "Gerlach Land and Cattle Company"
* Peter Goin, "[http://books.google.com/books?id=wvlpwjeM9fEC&lpg=PA90&ots=IRm_iVpu2W&dq=%22Gerlach%20Land%20and%20Livestock%20company%22&pg=PA90#v=onepage&q=%22Gerlach%20Land%20and%20Livestock%20company%22&f=false Black Rock]," p. 90 [[Soldier Meadows]] "was liquidated in the 1920's and sold off as a core of the Gerlach Land and Livestock Company, owned by [[Louis Gerlach]] and later by [[Ralph Parman]].
* Peter Goin, "[http://books.google.com/books?id=wvlpwjeM9fEC&lpg=PA90&ots=IRm_iVpu2W&dq=%22Gerlach%20Land%20and%20Livestock%20company%22&pg=PA90#v=onepage&q=%22Gerlach%20Land%20and%20Livestock%20company%22&f=false Black Rock]," p. 90 [[Soldier Meadows]] "was liquidated in the 1920's and sold off as a core of the Gerlach Land and Livestock Company, owned by [[Louis Gerlach]] and later by [[Ralph Parman]].
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* Clarence. J. Thornton, "[http://contentdm.library.unr.edu/u?/unohp,1205 Ch. 3: Ranch Life in Northern Nevada and Eastern California]," University of Nevada Oral History Project.  Thornton uses both terms.
* Clarence. J. Thornton, "[http://contentdm.library.unr.edu/u?/unohp,1205 Ch. 3: Ranch Life in Northern Nevada and Eastern California]," University of Nevada Oral History Project.  Thornton uses both terms.
* "Million Acre Sale is fixed in Nevada," p. 33, October 25, 1952, New York Times.  Lawrence [[Bright Holland Corporation | Holland]] sold to David Nemeroff, Arnold Maremont and David E. Bright.  Discussion of the cattle and sheep wars and how Gerlach went into the sheep business.  Holland bought the ranch from Gerlach's successors.
* "Million Acre Sale is fixed in Nevada," p. 33, October 25, 1952, New York Times.  Lawrence [[Bright Holland Corporation | Holland]] sold to David Nemeroff, Arnold Maremont and David E. Bright.  Discussion of the cattle and sheep wars and how Gerlach went into the sheep business.  Holland bought the ranch from Gerlach's successors.
* [http://distantcousin.com/Directories/NV/Washoe/1936/Pages.asp?Page=015 Washoe County, Nevada 1936 Tax List Page 015] [[Gerlach]]
** [[Gerlach Land and Livestock Company | Gerlach Livestock Co.]]: Real Estate: $18435, Improvements: $250, Personal: $2780
* [http://distantcousin.com/Directories/NV/Washoe/1936/Pages.asp?Page=016 Washoe County, Nevada 1936 Tax List Page 016] for [[Deep Hole]]
** [[Gerlach Land and Livestock Company | Gerlach Livestock Co.]] Real Estate: $18600, Improvements: $450, Personal: $3090
* In 1922, "Gerlach Livestock Co, Gerlach" was listed as having 42 employees. "[http://hdl.handle.net/2027/chi.086875530 Directory of Industries]," State of Nevada, 1922.

Latest revision as of 23:42, 7 January 2022

The name of the Gerlach Land and Livestock Company is also reported as the "Gerlach Land and Cattle Company."

Thornton states that after the death of Louis Gerlach, "the Gerlach Land and Livestock was broken up and sold to a man by the name of Ed Waltz." See Gerlach and Waltz Ranch.

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