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'''Humphrey & Moffat Cattle Company''' operated in eastern California and western Nevada.<ref name=Mack>"The Indian Massacre of 1911", Mack, Effie Mona, p. 15 1968.</ref>
'''Humphrey & Moffat Cattle Company''' operated in eastern California and western Nevada.<ref name=Mack>"The Indian Massacre of 1911", Mack, Effie Mona, p. 15, 1968.</ref>


Harry Cambron, who was killed at [[Little High Rock Canyon]] was an overseer for Humphrey and Moffett who operated out of Home Camp Outfit.<ref name=Mack/>
Herberty Humphrey was involved with the company.<ref>"[https://www.sierracountyhistory.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Sierran-Summer-2006.pdf The Humphrey Family of Northern California and Northern Nevada]," Virginia Lutes, Volume XXXIV, Number 2, Summer 2006</ref>
 
Henry Moffat (d. 1913) and his son William were involved with the company, which was based in Reno.<ref>"[https://archive.org/details/historyofnevada02davirich/page/1235/mode/1up?q=Moffat The history of Nevada]," Davis, Sam Post, page 1235, volume 2, 1911.</ref>
 
Harry Cambron, who was killed at [[Little High Rock Canyon]] was an overseer for Humphrey and Moffatt who operated out of [[Home Camp]] Outfit.<ref name=Mack/><ref>Frank Vernon Perry, "[http://nsla.nevadaculture.org/statepubs/epubs/210777-1972-4Winter.pdf The Last Indian Uprising In The United States]," Winter, 1972, Nevada Historical Society Quarterly.</ref>


=See Also=
=See Also=
* [[Gerlach Land and Livestock Company]]
* [[Gerlach Land and Livestock Company]]
* [[Miller and Lux]]
* [[Miller and Lux]]
=References=
<references/>

Latest revision as of 19:04, 9 May 2022

Humphrey & Moffat Cattle Company operated in eastern California and western Nevada.[1]

Herberty Humphrey was involved with the company.[2]

Henry Moffat (d. 1913) and his son William were involved with the company, which was based in Reno.[3]

Harry Cambron, who was killed at Little High Rock Canyon was an overseer for Humphrey and Moffatt who operated out of Home Camp Outfit.[1][4]

See Also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "The Indian Massacre of 1911", Mack, Effie Mona, p. 15, 1968.
  2. "The Humphrey Family of Northern California and Northern Nevada," Virginia Lutes, Volume XXXIV, Number 2, Summer 2006
  3. "The history of Nevada," Davis, Sam Post, page 1235, volume 2, 1911.
  4. Frank Vernon Perry, "The Last Indian Uprising In The United States," Winter, 1972, Nevada Historical Society Quarterly.