Farrington, A. M.

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Cattle Tuberculosis Testing and Desire to Build New Cattle Stable, 1908
October 16 - December 5, 1908

Acting Chief of Bureau A. M. Farrington relays Dr. B. T. Woodward's findings from his investigation, which the Secretary of the Interior ordered, of the Carlisle Indian School's cattle herd. Farrington states that in October 1908, 23/71 cows had tuberculosis compared to 20 cows in June 1907....

Format: Letters/Correspondence
Repository: National Archives and Records Administration
Plan to Test Cattle for Tuberculosis, 1910
September 3-23, 1910

Acting Chief of Bureau of Animal Industry A. M. Farrington informs the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that he will send a veterinarian to test the Carlisle Indian School cows for tuberculosis if he so desires.

Acting Commissioner F. H. Abbott informs Farrington that he would like the...

Format: Letters/Correspondence
Repository: National Archives and Records Administration
Request to Test Cattle Herd for Tuberculosis, 1913
January 8-16, 1913

Acting Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry A. M. Farrington asks if the Bureau of Indian Affairs would like the Carlisle Indian School's cattle herd tested for tuberculosis.

Second Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Hauke informs Chief of the Bureau A. D. Melvin that he...

Format: Letters/Correspondence
Repository: National Archives and Records Administration
Plan to Test Cattle for Tuberculosis, 1913
January 18-25, 1913

Superintendent Moses Friedman asks the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry to send a veterinarian to inspect Carlisle's dairy herd, noting that they built a new dairy barn based on his suggestions. Acting Chief A. M. Farrington orders an inspector to test the herd.

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Results from Cattle Tuberculosis Test, 1913
March 18-31, 1913

Acting Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry A. M. Farrington informs the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that they tested the cattle herd at the Carlisle Indian School for tuberculosis in January, 1913. Of 46 total cows, 34 were healthy. The remaining 12 were slaughtered in Harrisburg and...

Format: Letters/Correspondence
Repository: National Archives and Records Administration
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