The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 43, July 1939 - April, 1940 Page: 355
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Gdmara on the Coronado Expedition 355
have no other wealth nor estate. From them they get food, drink,
clothing, and shoes, and make many things: of the hides, houses,
shoes, clothing, and rope; of the bones, awls; of the sinews and
fleece, thread; of the horns, stomachs, and bladders, vessels; of
the dung, fuel; and of the calves, skins in which they carry and
keep water; they make, in fine, everything from them that they
require or which is needed for their livelihood.
There are also other animals, as large as horses, which because
they have horns and fine wool they call sheep,21 and it is said
that each horn weighs fifty pounds. There are also large dogs
that will fight with a bull, and which carry fifty pounds of load
on packsaddles when they go hunting or when they move about
with the herds of cattle. ....
Stanford University, California.
2lCastaffeda relates that on the march to Cfbola, probably in the White
Mountains of Arizona, the army saw some big-horn sheep.
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