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Animal Transportation Military Manual Photocopy List

  • FM 25-5 Animal Transport (1939)(+Changes 1-2); 223+ pages, many illus. Price 25.00 {Item No.1058}
  • FM 25-6 Dog Transportation (August 1944); 139 pages, 35 illus. Price 15.00 {Item No.1059}[Sled Dogs]
  • FM 25-6 Dog Team Transportation (1941); 78 pages, 13 illus. Price 8.00 {Item No.1060}[Sled Dogs]
  • TM 2100-30 The Packer (10 June 1931); 45 pages, 46 illus. Price 5.00 {Item No.1061}
  • TR 360-5 Animals—Care of Animals (5 November 1925); 110 pages, 12 illus. Price 11.00 {Item No.1062}
  • TR 360-20 Animals—Training Pack Animals (11 January 1926); 4 pages Price 1.00 {Item No.1063}
  • TR 380-10 Transportation—Animal-Drawn (5 November 1925); 6 pages Price 1.00 {Item No.1064}
  • TR 380-15 Transportation—Pack Transportation (20 January 1926); 6 pages Price 1.00 {Item No.1065}
  • TR 400-50 Quartermaster Corps—The Wagon Company (4 January 1926); 13 pages Price 1.00 {Item No.1066}
  • TR 400-60 Quartermaster Corps—The Pack Train (20 January 1926); 11 pages Price 1.00 {Item No.1067}
  • TR 1075-75 Specialists. The Wagoner (7 January 1926); 10 pages Price 1.00 {Item No.3595}
  • TR 1380-20 Transportation. Dog Transportation (15 June 1926); 8 pages, 4 illus. Price 1.00 {Item No.2735}
  • NGR-71  Militia Bureau. Transportation of Troops and Shipment of Property Incident Thereto (1 June 1927); 47 pages  Price 5.00 {Item No.453} [Including shipping animals] [National Guard Regulations]
  • NGR 79  Animals and Materiel and the Care Thereof (30 June 1926)(+Change 1); 17 pages  Price 2.00 {Item No.470} [National Guard Regulations]
  • ST 9-151 The Army Blacksmith (October 1956); 69 pages, 51 illus. Price 10.00 {Item No.1068}
  • War Dept.Doc.No.12A The Packer (1927); 22 pages, 30 illus. Price 3.00 {Item No.4362} [Training Manual. United States Army]
  • War Dept.Doc.No.486 Manual for Farriers, Horseshoers, Saddlers, and Wagoners or Teamsters (1914); 127 pages, 33 illus. Price 13.00 {Item No.4360}
  • War Dept.Doc.No.565 Manual of Pack Transportation (1917); 244 pages, 149 illus. Price 25.00 {Item No.1069}[Details]
  • War Dept.Doc.No.1003 Care of Public Animals and Leather Equipment Issued to The National Guard. Prepared by the Militia Bureau (February 1920); 36 pages, 2 illus. Price 4.00 {Item No.4316}
  • Daly, H.W. Pack Transportation (1908); 206 pages, 95 illus. Price 20.00 {Item No.1070}

Animal Transportation Article Photocopy List

  • Extract from the report of the operations of the 602d Engineers."Use of pack mules for carrying rock," Professional Memoirs. Corps of Engineers. Vol.XI (1919); 1 page Price .50 {Item No.6290}
  • War Department, Ordnance Office. "Army Wagon Transportation," Ordnance Notes.---No.189 (Washington, 15 April 1882) by Brig.Gen.S.B.Holabird, Assistant Quartermaster General, U.S.A., From the Journal of the Military Service Institution of the United States; 30 pages Price 3.00 {Item No.5189} [Includes: Introduction, Organization and operations of large trains, Transportation of the army of the Potomac, Transportation of the armies of the west, The march to the sea, Of the material of army trains, The army wagon, Harness, Management and care of wagon trains on the march, in camp and depot, etc.. Camping, Packing and pack mules, The pack saddle, Appendix of authorities, orders, etc. (during the American Civil War).]
  • Pillsbury, Capt.G.B., Corps of Engineers. "The Grade of Wagon Roads," Professional Memoirs. Corps of Engineers. Vol.II, No.6 (April-June 1910); 29 pages, charts Price 3.00 {Item No.6164} [How to rate the trafficability of wagon roads. A valuable article for anyone studying early modern logistics]
  • Woodall, Captain James R., Inf."Bring Back the Mule," Infantry, Vol.51, No.4 (July-August 1961); 1 page, 1 illus. Price .50 {Item No.11247} [ The case for using real mules, not mechanical ones]
  • Royal Engineers, Corps of."Buffalo,"Aide Memorie to the Military Sciences (1853), Vol.1; 1 page Price .50 {Item No.20299} [Just a comment on their lack of suitablity]
  • Royal Engineers, Corps of."Bullock,"Aide Memorie to the Military Sciences (1853), Vol.1; 1 page Price .50 {Item No.20300} [As Draft animals]
  • Royal Engineers, Corps of."Camel,"Aide Memorie to the Military Sciences (1853), Vol.1; 1 page, 1 illus. Price .50 {Item No.20303}
  • Royal Engineers, Corps of."Elephant,"Aide Memorie to the Military Sciences (1853), Vol.1; 3 pages Price .50 {Item No.20332} [Military uses]
  • Royal Engineers, Corps of."Forage, Bulk and Weight of,"Aide Memorie to the Military Sciences (1853), Vol.1; 1 page Price .50 {Item No.20350}
  • Royal Engineers, Corps of."Mule for Burden,"Aide Memorie to the Military Sciences (1860), Vol.2; 2 pages Price .50 {Item No.20412}
  • U.S.Army Infantry School. "Combat S-4," Infantry School Mailing List, Vol. XXIX, Chapter 15. (October 1946); 8 pages, 2 illus. Price 1.00 {Item No.10261} [Mules in WWII]
  • War Department, Ordnance Office. "Tire Upsetting Machine," Ordnance Notes.---No.206 (Washington, 2 August 1882) Designed by A.T.Brewer, Master Carpenter, Watertown arsenal. Description by Captain John G.Butler, Ordnance Department; 3 pages, 1 plate of illus. Price .50 {Item No.5205} [Necessary for resetting the wheels on artillery limbers and caissons]
  • War Department, Ordnance Office. Ordnance Notes.—No.302 (Washington, June 16, 1883). Notes on the Embarkation and Debarkation of Horses, and Their Care on Board Ship. by Lt.R.Heywood Clark, RA., from the Proceedings of the Royal Artillery Institution; 5 pages, 1 plate of illus. Price 1.00 {Item No.5302}
  • War Department, Quartermaster Corps. "General History," War Dept.Doc.No.565 Manual of Pack Transportation (1917); 4 pages, 1 illus.  Price .50 {Item No.22121} [General history of Pack Transportation] [by Mr.H.W.Daly under the direction of the Quartermaster Corps, U.S.Army]
  • War Department, Quartermaster Corps. "Evolution of  the aparejo," War Dept.Doc.No.565 Manual of Pack Transportation (1917); 7 pages, 1 illus.  Price 1.00 {Item No.22122}[by Mr.H.W.Daly under the direction of the Quartermaster Corps, U.S.Army]
  • War Department, Quartermaster Corps. "Evolution of the diamond hitch," War Dept.Doc.No.565 Manual of Pack Transportation (1917); 1 page  Price .50 {Item No.22123}[by Mr.H.W.Daly under the direction of the Quartermaster Corps, U.S.Army]
  • War Department, Quartermaster Corps. "Pack saddles, description and uses," War Dept.Doc.No.565 Manual of Pack Transportation (1917), Chapter 1; 7 pages, 3 illus.  Price 1.00 {Item No.22124} [Includes: The aparejo, Accessories of the aparejo, Crosstree or sawbuck, Moore pack saddle] [by Mr.H.W.Daly under the direction of the Quartermaster Corps, U.S.Army]
  • War Department, Quartermaster Corps. "Assembling and care of the aparejo," War Dept.Doc.No.565 Manual of Pack Transportation (1917), Chapter 2; 11 pages  Price x.00 {Item No.22125} [Includes: Selection of sticks suitable for ribbing aparejos, Selection of hay suitable as padding for aparejos, Setting up the aparejo, Setting up th Daly aparejo for use, Care of the aparejo, Causes of body and belly "bunches" and sore tails, sore withers and loins or kidneys sores on pack mules and directions for their prevention and cure] [by Mr.H.W.Daly under the direction of the Quartermaster Corps, U.S.Army]
  • War Department, Quartermaster Corps. "Instruction of the individual packer in preparation for his duties in the pack train," War Dept.Doc.No.565 Manual of Pack Transportation (1917), Chapter 3; 86 pages, 64 illus.  Price 9.00 {Item No.22126} [Includes: 1. Securing and coiling ropes: How to prepare lash, sling and lair ropes; How to do up a lash rope; How to do up a sling rope, How to do up a lair rope. 2. Lairing up the packs: How to square ends of packs and tie before lairing up; How to lair up side packs; How to lair up side pack ropes without the aid of pack cover or manta; How to lair up an aparejo and riding saddle for storage or shipment. 3. Putting the aparejo on the mule: How to fold an aparejo blanket; How to place blanket on aparejo preparatory to putting on the aparejo; How to blind a pack mule; How to place corona, blanket and aparejo on the mule; How to turn the crupper; How to cinch an aparejo; Forming the load preparatory to loading the mule. 4. Slinging the load: How to place the sling rope on the aparejo; How to lift side packs and place them on the aparejo; How to sling the load and tie the square knot; How to brake a side pack; How to double sling the side packs when length of packs require it; How to cross sling side packs when top packs are necesssary; How to double cross sling side packs when length of packs require it. 5. Lashing the load: How to form the diamond hitch; How to form the double diamond; How to form the double hitch; How to form the diamond hitch when the cinch hook is lost of broken; How one packer can sling the load and form the diamond hitch; How to form the pole hitch; How to form the Oregon diamond hitch. 6. How to sling the load and form the crosstree hitch on crosstree or sawbuck: How to sling the load on crosstree; How to form the crosstree hitch; How to form the stirrup hitch. 7. Taking off the load and aparejo: How to take off the lash rope and the load; How to uncinch an aparejo and turn the crupper; How to take off an aparejo. 8. Miscellaneous: How to form two half hitches, the pole (clove) hitch; How to form a bowline knot; How to form a bowline and bight; How to form a short splice on rope; How to construct a travois; How to improvise a stretcher] [by Mr.H.W.Daly under the direction of the Quartermaster Corps, U.S.Army]
  • War Department, Quartermaster Corps. "Instruction in the service of a pack train," War Dept.Doc.No.565 Manual of Pack Transportation (1917), Chapter 4; 15 pages, 2 illus.  Price 2.00 {Item No.22127} [Includes: 1. Summary of duties in loading and unloading the mules. 2. Loading a pack train: How to form cargo preparatory to loading the mules; How to place the rigging; How to teach animals to come properly to riggging; How to tie animals at rigging; How to do up halter shank before tying animals to his load; How to tie an animal to his load; How to load a pack train for the day's march in the most expeditious manner; Putting on the aparejos; Putting on the cargo; Leaving the park or camp ground. 3. Duties of packers on the march: In open country; On bad and narrow trails; Up and down a mountain; In crossing stream, either fording or swimming; How to catch a pack animal when his load needs attention; How to tighten a load and indicate it has been tightened; How to teach saddle mules to stand; Signal code. 4. How to park (unload) a pack trains: Outline of duties; How to pack animals should be led to cargador for convenience in taking off the rigging; How to cover cargo and tie down; How to stretch a picket line; How to clean coronas; How to fold pack covers; How to fold rigging covers; How to fold cargo covers; How to fold feed covers] [by Mr.H.W.Daly under the direction of the Quartermaster Corps, U.S.Army]
  • War Department, Quartermaster Corps. "Marches and Loads," War Dept.Doc.No.565 Manual of Pack Transportation (1917), Chapter 5; 4 pages, 1 illus.  Price .50 {Item No.22128} [Includes: 1.What may be required of the pack mule under ordinary conditions. 2. Gaits. 3. Table showing loads and rates of travel considered practicable for a well organized and seasoned pack train. 4. Endurance of the pack mule under proper conditions] [by Mr.H.W.Daly under the direction of the Quartermaster Corps, U.S.Army]
  • War Department, Quartermaster Corps. "Organization," War Dept.Doc.No.565 Manual of Pack Transportation (1917), Chapter 6; 19 pages  Price 3.00 {Item No.22129} [Includes: 1. Usual organization and equipment of a pack train. 2.Table showing size and quantity of rope and canvas required for one pack train. 3. Articles of equipment in use in pack trains: Mess or kitchnen boxes; Packer's field stove, with kit; Cooking outfit, without stove; Pack-train mess kit; Clothes or war bags; Packer's wardrobe; Packer's wall tent; Tool sacks; Grass or hay pads; Pack covers; Rigging covers; Cargo covers; Feed covers; Cargador's box; Cargador's kit; Blacksmith's boxes; Blacksmith's kit. 4. How to organize a pack train. 5.The essential conditions in the selection of the packer: The skilled packer; The novice or unskilled packer; The novice or unskilled packer; Instructors to pack masters. 6. Duties of individuals; The chief packer; The assistant chief packer; The pack master; The cargador or assistant pack master; The blacksmith; The packer; The cook; What packers are not permitted to do; Feeding; Watering; Grooming; Traveling; Camping; Use of blinds; Kindness to animals; Precautions. Glossary. 7. Specifcation for pack and riding mules, What to avoid in the selection of pack mules] [by Mr.H.W.Daly under the direction of the Quartermaster Corps, U.S.Army]
  • War Department, Quartermaster Corps. "The Daily aparejo, specifications for construction," War Dept.Doc.No.565 Manual of Pack Transportation (1917), Chapter 7; 19 pages, 3 illus.  Price 3.00 {Item No.22130} [Includes: The Daly aparejo specifications for construction: 1. The body of the aparejo; 2. The crupper; 3. The aparejo cover or sobre jalma; 4. The aparejo cincha; 5. The corona; 6. The pack blanket; 7. Halters; 8. Packer's blinds; 9. Pack covers; 10. Rigging covers; 11. Cargo covers; 12. Feed covers; 13. Lash rope with cincha and hook; 14. Sling ropes; 15. Lair ropes; 16. Stamping. Ribbing for Daly aparejo: 17. Saddle bars; 18. Boot bars; 19. Hickory ribs; 20. Hay; 21. Aluminum castings for boots and saddle bars; 22. Hickory ribs for aluminum castings: 1.Ridgin saddles (packers) Quartermaster Corps; 2.Riding saddles (teamsters) Quartermaster Corps; 3.Briddles. Table showing weights of pack sabbles and equipments] [by Mr.H.W.Daly under the direction of the Quartermaster Corps, U.S.Army]
  • War Department, Quartermaster Corps. "Special Devices," War Dept.Doc.No.565 Manual of Pack Transportation (1917), Chapter 8; 59 pages, 36 illus.  Price 7.00 {Item No.22131} [Includes: Packing device (Quartermaster Corps), Specifications for packing device, Table showing weights of packing device, Tool pouches (Engineer Corps), Pack chests (Engineer Corps), Pack reel (Signal Corps), Pack chests (Signal Corps), Litter carrier (Hospital Corps), Specifications for the Daly litter carrier, Ammunition boxes (Ordnance department), Pack outfit: American model for Maxim automatic gun, .30 caliber; Pack outfit: American model for 2.95-inch Vickers-Maxim mountain gun] [by Mr.H.W.Daly under the direction of the Quartermaster Corps, U.S.Army]

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